My Husband’s Wife by Amanda Prowse. Published by Trafalgar Square

Rosie Tipcott loves her life in Woolacombe, North Devon, she thinks she’s the luckiest woman alive, with a wonderful husband, Phil and two beautiful daughters Naomi and Leona. So what does she have left when Phil leaves her for another woman, taking their two girls with him? Rosie has to decide what to do, and what can she do when she’s spent her whole adult life being a mother and a wife? This story left me in tears. Any woman whose husband has strayed knows the pain of betrayal and how hard it is to find a reason to keep going. I loved Rosie’s resilience and also the beauty of North Devon that comes to life under Prowse’s pen


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