Josie Lloyd's first novel, It Could Be You, was published in 1997 and since then she has written 15 bestselling novels (under various pen names), including the number one hit Come Together, which she co-authored with her husband, Emlyn Rees, which was number one for 10 weeks, published in 27 languages and made into a Working Title film. Josie has also written several best-selling parodies with Emlyn, including We're Going On A Bar Hunt, The Very Hungover Caterpillar and The Teenager Who Came To Tea.
'An amazing, heart-breaking, inspiring treat - read this book' Jenny Colgan, author of Five Hundred Miles from You 'A beautiful story of deep friendship, brave, funny and uplifting to its core. I absolutely loved it' Celia Anderson, author of 59 Memory Lane 'A story of friendship and love. I think it will be so encouraging to anyone affected by cancer' Celia Reynolds, author of Finding Henry Applebee 'An incredibly special book. I cried and laughed and fell in love with the characters, I learnt about love, humility, honesty, kindness and compassion, and to cherish every day' Alex Brown, author of A Postcard from Italy 'This inspirational, hard-hitting, warm, and funny book pulsated with truth and experience' Louise Beech, author of How to be Brave 'This life-affirming book will make you weep - and jump for joy. A heart-warming story about bravery and compassion, friendship and family' Freya North, author of The Turning Point 'A warm, witty delight of a read' Suzy K Quinn, author of the Bad Mothers series 'Heart-wrenching - you will need tissues - yet full of warmth, wit and joy. I was cheering on The Cancer Ladies' Running Club right to the finish line.' Eve Chase, author of The Glass House