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March 17, 2017

White Lies and Wishes Paperback £3.85 Amazon

What happens when what you wish for is only half the story…?

Flirtatious, straight-talking Jo Gold says she’s got no time for love; she’s determined to save her family’s failing footwear business.

New mother Sarah Hudson has cut short her maternity leave to return to work. She says she’ll do whatever it takes to make partner at the accountancy firm.

Bored, over-eating housewife Carrie Radley says she just wants to shift the pounds – she’d love to finally wear a bikini in public.

The unlikely trio meet by chance one winter’s day, and in a moment of ‘Carpe Diem’ madness, embark on a mission to make their wishes come true by September.

Easy. At least it would be, if they hadn’t been just the teensiest bit stingy with the truth…

With hidden issues, hidden talents, and hidden demons to overcome, new friends Jo, Carrie and Sarah must admit to what they really, really want, if they are ever to get their happy endings.


I have read quite a few of Cathy Bramley books. White Lies & Wishes is awesome it’s my favourite book by Cathy so far.
Three women meet at a funeral on one winter’s day.
Abi and Frederic Lafleur were both still young, they had their lives in front of them. After the funeral of Frederic, Abi was going home to an empty house.
At the funeral some women meet. They make a bucket list of wishes.
Jo Gold says she has no time for love as she runs a small family business and runs seven shoe shops. How us girls just love shoes and may well wish that we ran a shoe shop business.
Sarah Hudson and her husband live in Rose Cottage. With the arrival of baby Zac her head was filled full of extension plans. Her wish was to be made partner in the accountancy firm were she works. Carrie Radley was an odd one she had no job or no kids. What did she do all day? Carrie wishes to wear a bikini in public in the summer. The bucket list of wishes is that they all have to make their own wishes come true themselves.
Ladies you will love this book as so much happens it really is a delightful up to date story.



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