Catherine Alliott ist in Hertfordshire geboren und aufgewachsen. Nach ihrem Studium an der Warwick University zog sie nach London, wo sie als Werbetexterin arbeitete. Heute lebt sie zusammen mit ihrem Mann und ihren drei Kindern wieder in ihrer Geburtsstadt. Ihre heiteren Frauenromane wurden schon mehrfach ausgezeichnet.
Kattrin Stier lebt mit ihrer Familie in Aying bei München. Sie hat bereits mehrere Bücher aus dem Englischen für den Verlag übersetzt. Dies ist ihr erstes Buch bei OMNIBUS, das von Markus Grolik reichhaltig und stets mit einem Augenzwinkern illustriert wird.
'Til death do us part jut might cause you to wring someone's neck...
Imogen Cameron can't quite figure out how she and her husband, Alex, have plummeted from living in their beloved London townhouse to scraping by in his exgirlfriend's guest cottage. But although the scenic pastures might inspire her flagging artistic career, and getting out of the city might do their son good, Imogen wonders if all the country air in the world could calm the crowds that are invading her marriage.
There's a gaggle of psychotic chickens, an infuriatingly bossy vet, that oh-so-sweet ex-girlfriend-and the feeling that her husband is preoccupied with more than just his job. International bestselling author Catherine Alliott delivers an "intelligent, acutely drawn picture of a difficult marriage" (Daily Telegraph), crafting a witty, sophisticated, and poignant exploration of relationships and family.
When Ella married the handsome, celebrated artist Sebastian Montclair at just nineteen she was madly in love. Now, those blissful years of marriage have turned into the very definition of an unconventional set-up.
With an ex-husband living under her nose and a home crowded by hostile teenaged children, gender-confused chickens - not to mention her hyper critical mother whose own marriage slips spectacularly off the rails -Ella finds comfort in the company of the very charming gardener, Ludo.
Then out of the blue Sebastian decides to move on, catching Ella horribly unawares. How much longer can she hide from what really destroyed her marriage . . . and the secret she continues to keep?
'I raced through it, completely gripped from start to finish' - Daily Mail
'A captivating and heartwarming tale' Closer
Molly has traded London for a dream home in the country - except it was her late husband's dream, not hers.
So when a distant relative leaves her a London townhouse, Molly is ready to quit 'The Good Life' and return to her good life.
But there's a rather tall, handsome problem - a man who's already living in Molly's new house. And when a face from her past reappears, she's no longer quite sure where she belongs.
Do any of the men in Molly's life have honorable intentions?
Is she ready to ditch muddy wellies for high heels?
Or is she saying goodbye to the delights of country life too soon?
Praise for Catherine Alliott
'Possibly my favourite writer'
But when a mysterious visitor arrives after the funeral bearing secrets about her husband, Poppy quickly learns that Phil was not exactly the man she thought he was—and she might not be the woman she thought she was, either.
International bestselling author Catherine Alliott crafts an endearing and quirky "what if" story that will make your heart sing as you follow Poppy on her unforgettable journey.
Praise for Catherine Alliott:
"Compulsively readable and highly entertaining." —Daily Mail
"Possibly my favorite writer." —Marian Keyes
''A rip roaring read." —Sun
"Catherine Alliott has got it, that addictive blend of wit, frivolity, and madcap romance." —Time Out
A divorced, single mum, Annie is about to tie the knot with David. But there's a long summer to get through first. A summer where's she's retreating to a lonely house in Cornwall, to finally finish writing her book, spend time with her teenage daughter Flora and make any last-minute wedding plans.
A retreat? Annie should be so lucky.
For almost as soon as Annie arrives her competitive sister and her wild family arrive. While Annie's ex-husband and his latest squeeze are vacationing nearby and insist on dropping in.
Plus there's the surprise American houseguest who can't help sharing his heartbreak.
Suddenly Annie's big day seems a long, long way off - and if she's not careful it might never happen at all . . .
'Alliott's joie de vivre is irresistible' Daily Mail
'Possibly my favorite writer' Marian Keyes