Pamela Fudge works as a part-time administrator at Bournemouth University and has written poetry since she was a child. She started writing fiction in 1983 and has had short stories published in most of the national women’s magazines. Her previous books, also published by Robert Hale, include Second Best, High Infidelity, A Blessing in Disguise, A Change for the Better, Never be Lonely and Turn Back Time. You can find out more about her at http://www.pamfudge.co.uk
Not What it Seems by Pamela Fudge
Evie was divorced with three young children and Owen was widowed with two of his own when they were introduced by friends. There was no attraction between them, but they came to realize that as working single parents they could help each other with the very real day-to-day problems of childcare. As a practical arrangement, setting up house together worked beautifully, and now that the last child has flown the nest it is time to ditch their unconventional setup and lead their own lives – just as they had always planned. But cutting such strong ties is never going to be easy, and it’s going to be a long and difficult road if they are to separate their lives and home for good.
Praise for the author
‘Full of twists and turns’ – The Daily Echo
‘The pages turn of their own accord’ – The Bookbag