"I just need to know...which one of you slept with my husband?"
You know that "till death do us part" bit in the wedding vows? Well, Zoe Danton believed it. One month after she said "I do", the man she loved is gone, given his marching orders after Zoe discovered a devastating secret.
As teenagers facing a crushing loss, Zoe made a pact with her three sisters to stick together no matter what. Now she's discovered that one of them may have been the reason her husband betrayed her. She's lost her happy-ever-after, but has she lost a sister too?
Praise for Shari Low:
'Great fun from start to finish.' Jenny Colgan
'There are only two words for Shari Low: utterly hilarious. I laughed like a drain.' Carmen Reid
'One of the funniest books I've ever read!' Marisa Mackle
'More fun than a girl's night out!' OK! magazine
'A brilliant, light comical read with some fabulous twists and turns' Bookbag
'A thrilling page turner that grabs your attention from the off. Highly recommended' The Sun
'Feisty Fun' The Mirror
'Totally captivating and it felt like I'd lost a new best friend when it came to the end' Closer Magazine
'Touching stuff' Heat
What readers are saying about My One Month Marriage
'I certainly recommend it for all book lovers looking for a great story and good characters.'
'Personally I think it was a lovely book and is worth all the time of woman's fiction readers.'
' A nice and light entertaining read that brought tears to my eyes'
'I actually enjoyed every character and thought [Shari] did a great job of bringing them to life!'
'this new book doesn't disappoint.'
'A fun filled book which I would recommend.'
'Overall this is a great read, anyone with sisters will absolutely relate.'
'The author made the characters come alive, and I was almost sad when I finished the book, because it meant I would have to say goodbye to these people'
About the Author
After a varied career in leisure management and sales in the UK, Holland, China, and Hong Kong, Shari Low returned to her native Scotland. She lives in her home city of Glasgow with her husband, John, an ever-increasing brood, and writes full time.