About The Book

From the Sunday Times bestselling author of The One That Got Away

Amy has a charmed life. One of shopping and lunching while the nanny looks after her children, and her husband Ben takes care of the finances. But when Ben’s business collapses overnight, her world is thrown into disarray. As her husband slowly crumbles, Amy realises that, for the first time, her family are relying on her, and she needs to learn to be strong.

Kate has always lived a very different life to her sister – constantly juggling her job with two children and a husband – but she wouldn’t have it any other way. Until she meets the enigmatic Jack. Suddenly her life is thrown into a new light and, feeling increasingly estranged from her husband Miles, Kate begins to wonder whether Jack may be what she’s been looking for all along.

Jennifer worries that her two daughters may never have lives as happy as the one she lived with her late husband, Michael. But even her marriage was overshadowed by a secret and, when Jennifer makes contact with someone from her past, truths begin to emerge that she has spent a lifetime trying to forget.

The perfect book to curl up with this autumn, Stay Close To Me is a thought-provoking novel about family, relationships and learning how to recognise what in life matters the most.

Praise for Helen Warner:
'As bubbly as a glass of wedding Champagne' Cosmopolitan
'Great good fun' Woman & Home
'The kind of book beach holidays were made for' Red
'Heartbreaking, funny, warm and witty' Cosmopolitan

About The Author

Helen Warner

Helen Warner was born in Northern Ireland and moved to East Anglia at the age of four. She studied English at London University (Goldsmiths College) before embarking upon a career in TV. She has worked on many award-winning shows, including This Morning, Loose Women, Come Dine with Me, Deal or No Deal and The Paul O'Grady Show. Helen is married to her childhood sweetheart and they live in East Anglia with their two children.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (November 1, 2020)
  • Length: 416 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781471192616

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