Reviews

  • <b>Brilliant, with completely unexpected twists and the ending made me cry. I really enjoyed it!</b>

    bestselling author of Why Mummy Drinks
  • <b>She's the queen of the revenge novel and Jane Fallon's done it again. Dramatic and engaging from the start, this is the perfect winter read. You won't want to put it down</b>

    Heat
  • <b>Fallon's best yet. Full of laugh-out-loud wit and mischief and some truly magical moments. I'm a big fan</b>

    bestselling author of The Perfectly Imperfect Woman
  • <b>Fallon's compelling, edgy, beautifully written narratives paint vivid portraits of likeable, flawed protagonists placed in tricky emotional situations. Watching them as they navigate their way out of these is always a joy. This latest is no different. Here, she examines fake female friendship and what happens when it goes badly wrong</b>

    Daily Mail
  • <b>Fallon is a dab hand at capturing the toxicity of friendships gone bad, and this witty and waspish tale of workplace rivalries is a deliciously devious one . . . it will keep you turning the pages </b>

    Sunday Mirror
  • <b>Jane Fallon explores the darker side of female friendship while keeping a wry smile on her face. And her clever combination of comedy and unsettling suspense is likely to have you eyeing your workmates suspiciously over the office kettle </b>

    Sunday Express
  • <b>Another winner from Jane Fallon</b>

    Hello!
  • <b><u>Praise for Jane Fallon</u></b>

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  • Intelligent, edgy and witty

    Glamour
  • Chick lit with an edge

    Guardian
  • A romcom with attitude

    Mail on Sunday
  • Original, edgy, compulsively readable

    Daily Mail
  • Sparkling and unpredictable

    Elle
  • Smart stuff to race through

    Sunday Mirror
  • Deliciously devious

    Daily Express
  • Fun and feisty

    Heat
  • Deliciously edgy

    Good Housekeeping
  • Brilliant and original

    Sun
  • Hilarious

    Closer
  • Well-crafted, dryly funny

    Red