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From the bestselling author of HRT: Husband Replacement Therapy. He made love, and now it's war!
Lucy is so happily married to Jasper she has to look down to see Cloud Nine. So when Jasper takes a job in Australia for a year, the family leaves London for a Sydney beachside suburb to join the adventure. But then Jasper walks out for another woman, and Lucy finds herself marooned in an unfamiliar country with two traumatised daughters.
As her marriage goes into meltdown, Lucy finds herself fighting a vicious custody battle and working overtime to regain the respect of her rebellious teenage daughter. Will achieving her Bronze Medallion make all the difference? Can she stand on her own two stilettos - and maybe even learn to love again?
Hilarious and moving by turns, Kathy Lette's brilliant novel is a survival guide for anyone who has realised that the perfect marriage is like an orgasm - many of them are faked.
About the Author
Kathy Lette is a celebrated and outspoken comic writer who has an inimitable take on serious current issues.
She is one of the pioneering voices of contemporary feminism, paving the way for Caitlin Moran and Lena Dunham. She first achieved succès de scandale as a teenager with the novel Puberty Blues, which was made into a major film and a TV mini-series.
After several years as a newspaper columnist and TV sitcom writer in America and Australia, she's written 11 international bestsellers in her characteristic witty voice, including Mad Cows, How to Kill Your Husband - and Other Handy Household Hints (staged by the Victorian opera) and The Boy Who Fell to Earth.
She is known for her regular appearances on BBC and Sky news programmes. She is an ambassador for Women and Children First, Plan International, the White Ribbon Alliance and the NAS. Kathy Lette lives in London with her husband, her autistic son (the actor Julius Robertson) and daughter, and can often be found at The Savoy drinking a cocktail named after her.
Kathy is an autodidact (a word she taught herself), but has honorary doctorates from Southampton Solent and Wollongong Universities and a Senior Fellowship from Regent's College.