Six degrees of separation just got a whole lot smaller in this humorous collection of eighteen, amusing short stories. As we return to Tanglewood town and reconnect with the ladies whose daily lives... More > we glimpsed into last time. Where funny, intertwining tales follow on from our previous visit, but take place a couple of months down the line.
We start with Jane, who's got herself a new boyfriend. But will Leo turn out to be one dog too many to handle? And we end it with the 'Cougar' who opens up her own dating club. But will she find a cub to keep her warm at night?
Love, laughter and life are what it's all about.< Less
Amber hates herself, she hates everything about herself from her curly red hair and lanky height to her bad habits of smoking, drinking and shoplifting. But most of all, she hates the fact that her... More > mother abandoned her when she was a toddler. So when Amber realizes that she's been dumped, made homeless and up to her eyes in debt and in constant fear of losing her job as a beauty therapist. Can her life get any worse? Yes it can, when she finds herself pregnant. And helping her deal with this is a colourful cast of characters that'll stand by her no matter what. And when Amber impersonates a singing sensation, her world is about to be turned upside down once again. Is there more to them looking like sisters than meets the eye? Follow Amber's story that's filled with funny moments throughout to make you laugh out loud in this engaging British comedy. Will Amber discover the truth about her mother? Will Amber ever learn to love herself, even if she gets closure on this? Only she can decide that for herself.< Less
Wendy Williams has one dream left and that's to become an author. Every other aspect of her life is in tatters and out of her control. So Wendy thinks that if she can get this right, then everything... More > else will simply fall into place.
Only, It doesn't help when she's forced to move back in with her father (who hates her) and convincing her husband (who seems to hate her too) that writing is a 'proper job', whilst trying to do her best for her son (who also hates her).
But there are secrets and lies that lurk in the past and present, which can tear her world apart if she can't get a grip on reality long enough to sort it all out. And she can do this, can't she?
This is a comedy of manners and not all of them, good!< Less