'A dark page-turning debut of friendship, deceit and lies' Woman & Home
'A compelling page-turner which kept me reading well into the night' Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife
YOU TRUSTED YOUR BEST FRIEND . . . YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE.
Vicky Seagrave is blessed: three beautiful children, a successful, doting husband, great friends and a job she loves. She should be perfectly happy.
When she makes a split-second decision that risks everything she holds dear, there's only person she trusts enough to turn to.
But Vicky is about to learn that one mistake is all it takes; that if you're careless with those you love, you don't deserve to keep them . . .
Readers are obsessed with One Little Mistake
***** 'Fast paced story with a shocking to the core ending!'
***** 'Kept me hooked right up until the very last word.'
***** 'Full of twists and turns, keeps you guessing to the end.'
A compelling page-turner which kept me reading well into the night. This book will make any woman look at her best friend with more than a touch of suspicion . . .
One Little Mistake is a great page-turner: entertaining and thrilling, right up to the dramatic ending. I love how the book deals with the theme of motherhood – what can happen without a mother’s love and support, and the fine line between being a responsible parent and one that makes a silly mistake with far-reaching and devastating consequences . . .
A tense and utterly engrossing story
A brilliant, gripping read. I couldn't put it down!
A page-turner that explores how friendship, mothering, marriage, and events in the past can collide in unexpected and tumultuous ways
A novel that might make you look at your closest friend with suspicion, One Little Mistake is a dark, gripping page-turner that had me reading far too late into the night...
A book you pick up and can't put down again until you've read right to the end
A dark and compulsive read - deftly plotted and chillingly believable
A dark page-turning debut of friendship, deceit and lies.
Will one mistake shatter their lives? A cleverly written story about how the past, and one moment of regret, can catch up with you in the most unexpected of ways