'I enjoyed this book. It is at times both raw and touching, dealing as it does with the irrevocable breakdown of a marriage and eventual resurfacing into a life if independence. Sarah Tucker guides the narrative from the initial breakdown to a conclusion which is as positive as it is sunny.'
The Daily Mail 'This is a very quick read-it took me four hours-but an enjoyable one. Hazel Chamberlayne is a divorced divorce lawyer who's about to hit 40. She's got a great group of friends and and an incredible bikini waxer who is the best listener in London. Much like Samantha in Sex and The City, Hazel doesn't believe she needs a man to make her life complete. Indeed, her job reinforces her belief that the path of true love runs straight into the divorce courts. Enter John Ryan, a new partner with the firm and ten years her junior. Will this lead to the happy-ever-after that Hazel isn't sure exists? Great Fun! Click here to buy from Amazon
Meet Caroline Gray: divorcee and newly-single mother. Firmly closing the door on her acrimonious divorce, Caroline and son Ben have moved to the trendy town of Frencham where they join Caroline’s long-time best friends, Heather and Eva. Settling into their new life is easy, but nothing has prepared Caroline for the demands of motherhood at The Sycamore, the school the trio's beloved offspring attend. Forget classroom bullies, forget trips to the head's office, this is full-scale adult playground politics. This is battle with the mothers who won't take no for an answer -- the Playground Mafia.
Click on this link to a Guardian Newspaper podcast of a recent discussion Sarah took part in, talking about the real playground mafia with comedian John Hegley. As featured on Channel Five's 'The Wright Stuff.'