Would you give up your husband to save your best friend’s life?
Bonded by their traumatic childhoods, Flora and Sophie are inseparable friends who married brothers.
What they could not have anticipated was their mother-in-law, Cecelia. Disappointed that her children have married beneath them, Cecelia takes every opportunity to belittle and taunt her daughters-in-law.
When Cecelia learns that Flora and her son are moving away, her wrath escalates, and Flora’s world begins to fall apart.
Meanwhile, Sophie’s life is also crumbling around her. Her marriage is not what it seems, and she is desperate to escape the clutches of the poisonous family she has married into.
Is Flora being tormented or is she losing her mind?
Will Sophie and Flora be forced to leave their husbands in order to survive?
With a mother-in-law like Cecelia, anything is possible…
Looking for your next unputdownable psychological thriller? Then try Abigail Osborne’s unmissable The Puppet Master, a stunning thriller full of twists and turns.
Billie is hiding from the world in fear of a man who nearly destroyed her. But a chance meeting with budding journalist, Adam, sparks a relationship that could free her from her life of isolation and fear.
Unbeknownst to Billie, Adam knows exactly who Billie is and is determined to expose her and get justice for the lives he believes she has ruined. But first, he needs to convince her to open up to him. As an unwanted attraction blossoms between them, Adam comes to realise that all is not as it seems.
Who is really pulling the strings? And are Adam and Billie both being played?
One thing is for sure, The Master wants his puppets back – and he’ll do anything to keep them
I am originally a northern girl, heralding from the Lake District. But after moving to Worcestershire to study at University, I met my husband and decided to stay in the West Midlands. I have now set up home with my husband, two cats and my dog Ozzy Osborne.
I never intended to become a writer. I’ve always been intimidated at the thought of creating a world. But after a push from the writer Caroline Mitchell, I gave it a go and my journey started.
I currently run my own company. I deliver Needs Assessments for students with disabilities going to University and people in the workplace who have a disability. This involves making recommendations to help them study using Assistive Technology.
My plan is to try and reduce this down and focus more on my book writing. It has been very hard as no one warns you how hard running your own business is. But three years later, I have worked out the balance and I am closer and closer to becoming a full-time writer.