Home is where the heart is – but what happens to your heart when the people you love are scattered around the world?
Hannah and Matt are very happy together, living in London's cool East End with their two young children. Hannah has a job she loves as a beauty editor and Matt is always just about to break through as a songwriter.
But then events start to pull them apart, with Hannah certain they'd be much better off down in the English countryside with her family – and Matt's mum needing them with her, back in Sydney, 17 000 kilometres away.
Hannah's mother, Marguerite, mends broken china, but can she can repair her damaged marriage? And Matt's vivacious young cousin, Ali, feels lost, looking for love in a strange city.
All of them have unsettling secrets and while some are better shared, others might be best left unspoken – the problem is knowing which are which.
In this story of three women's search for a place to call home, Maggie Alderson crosses continents and generations to explore how we find happiness – and whether love can survive betrayal.
About the Author
Maggie Alderson was born in London, brought up in Staffordshire and educated at the University of St Andrews. She has worked on nine magazines - editing four of them, including British Elle - and two newspapers. For many years she covered the international fashion shows.
She has published six bestselling novels and four collections of her columns from Good Weekend magazine. She co-edited two books of short stories in aid of the charity War Child and also, In Bed With, a collection of erotic short stories by well-known women writers.
She is married, and has one daughter and twelve pairs of Prada shoes.
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Comments about Everything Changes But You:
Fans will likely enjoy this latest release and as summer approaches it will surely be a popular beach accessory. Everything Changes But You is a light, engaging, contemporary read about relationships, family and love that proves home is where the heart is.
Number Of Pages: 378
Published: 24th October 2012
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 15.4 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 23.1
Edition Number: 1