Today is the day Caro and Cammy are due to walk up the aisle. But Caro's too caught up in the trauma of her past to contemplate their happy ever after.
Stacey's decision to return from L.A. is fuelled by one thing – telling Cammy how she feels, before it's too late.
Wedding planner, Josie, needs to sort the whole mess out, but she's just been dealt some devastating news. Can she get through the day without spilling her secret?
On a chilly winter's day, they have twenty-four hours to prove that love can lead the way to a brighter future...
Perfect for fans of Isabelle Broom, Sarah Morgan and Amanda Prowse.
Shari lives in Glasgow and writes a weekly opinion column and Book Club page for a well known newspaper. She is married to a very laid-back guy and has two athletic teenage sons, who think she's fairly embarrassing, except when they need a lift.
Married to Ray, her first and only love, Denise has never for one moment regretted putting the husband she idolised on a pedestal above everyone and everything else. But, after forty years of marriage, he is gone, leaving Denise to discover that their perfect marriage was fatally flawed. Now she faces a future alone, but first she must face the betrayals of the past.
This is... Claire.
The estranged daughter of Denise, the woman who put her husband before her children, Claire took the opposite path and devoted her life to raising her her family, sacrificing her marriage along the way. With her teenage sons about to flee the nest, she realises she may have left it too late to find her own happy ever after.
This is the story of two women, both alone, both cautionary tales of one of motherhood's biggest decisions.
Who is more important, your partner or your children? And what happens if you make the wrong choice?
When Liv and Nate walked up the aisle, Liv knew she was marrying the one, her soul mate and her best friend.
Six years later, it feels like routine and friendship is all they have left in common. What happened to the fun, the excitement, the lust, the love?
In the closing moments of 1999, Liv and Nate decide to go their separate ways, but at the last minute, Liv wavers. Should she stay or should she go?
Over the next twenty years we follow the parallel stories to discover if Liv's life, heart and future have been better with Nate... Or without him?
Perfect for the fans of Jojo Moyes, Lucy Diamond and Marian Keyes.
Praise for With or Without You:
'Cold Feet meets Sliding Doors. This is one of the best books I've EVER read' Mandy Baggot, author of One Last Greek Summer.
'This is the first Shari Low book I have read, but definitely won't be the last. A keeper - to reread again!' Zara Stonely, bestselling author of The Wedding Date.
'This was a very entertaining book throughout and one I really enjoyed reading, even the parts that had me in floods of tears' That Thing She Reads.
'I will certainly be recommending this book to everyone who will listen to me! Stunning!' Stardust Book Reviews.
'This book made me cry and laugh in equal measure' Leanne Wilkins, NetGalley.
'A light, easy read romance' Moirelyn Jewula, NetGalley.
On a chilly morning in December forever friends Shauna and Lulu touch down at Glasgow Airport on a quest to find answers from the past.
George knows his time is nearing the end, but is it too late to come to terms with his two greatest regrets?
His grandson Tom uncovers a betrayal that rocks his world as he finally tracks down the one that got away.
And single mum Chrissie is ready to force her love-life out of hibernation, but can anyone compare to the man who broke her heart? After the success of the No1 best seller One Day in December, comes the second unmissable read in Shari Low's Winter Day trilogy.
Perfect for the fans of Jojo Moyes, Debbie Johnson, Amanda Prowse and Marian Keyes.
Praise for Another Day in Winter:
'Shari Low writes with humour and skill about the complicated subtleties of adult relationships' Dorothy Koomson.
'Read as many of Shari's books as you can, and devour this one too' Gill Feldman.
'A definite go-to author' Revva Tenag.
'Wonderful and cosy and I was even reading through tears at some parts of the book' Emma Lewis.
'I loved this book' Terrie Knibb.
'A delicately woven story with some memorable characters' Jennifer Hambleton.
'A hilarious at times story of lost love and reconciliation' Erika Sissons.