Reviews

‘Neill had a huge hit with The Secret Life of a Slummy Mummy, her hilarious take on modern motherhood. This is every bit as funny, and packed with observations of wince-making accuracy... Superb entertainment’
The Times
‘Spiky wit and intelligence [in a] tale of six disaffected late thirty-something friends…Neill’s reflections on parenthood with induce wry winces of recognition, although even the footloose and fancy-free will savour this hilarious romp through the complications of relationships and friendships’
Easy Living
‘This is a high-end chick lit at its best: so well-written, with such believable and engaging characters, it was an absolute joy to read.’
Daily Mail
‘Fiona Neill won’t disappoint her readers with her latest novel: a delicious cocktail of scandals, deceit and friendship…The twists in the characters’ lives make for a gripping read….If you choose to read this book on a bus or train, be careful you don’t miss your stop! Intelligent, funny and easy to relate to, Neill’s new book captures the essence of friendships and contemporary family life to perfection’
Eastern Daily Press
‘Funny, farcical and a damn good read, Neill proves, once again, that she’s a witty literary force to be reckoned with’
Your Choice Magazine
‘[A] thoughtful meditation on how friendships change through time as a group of former university chums with a tangled sexual history deal with parenthood, success, fidelity, secrets and failure.’
Ham & High
‘If, like us, you fancy a change from the tried-and-tested tales of sweeping love affairs and tanned torsos, this novel from the author of The Secret Life of a Slummy Mummy is most certainly worth a read…You’ll be desperate to know who’s after who, who’s had who and who’s actually telling the truth. Without any frills or need for tall tales, Fiona’s cracking new novel gives the feeling that it’s all real enough to be happening right under your own nose in your own circle of friends’
Heat
‘I love it when a new title comes out from an author I’ve bonded with. The enjoyment I derived from Fiona Neill’s The Secret Life of a Slummy Mummy inspired me to pick up her latest, Friends, Lovers and Other Indiscretions…in the second half the tale crescendos to a heart-racing finale. Her turn of phrase is clever and perceptive…this book was my devoted pal. Can’t wait for the next one!’
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