Inseparable since the age of five, Sarah and Laura enjoy a picture perfect friendship, a friendship that is solid as a rock even as the two women marry, have kids and just seem to have it all. Then, life, like it always does, intrudes with uncertainties and confusion.
Sarah’s picture perfect world is suddenly shattered, as her husband leaves her abruptly, out of the blue, for no apparent reason at all. No amount of consolation from Laura seems to settle Sarah, who impulsively leaves for London, her hometown.
Separated by distance, the friendship seems to have ended, until it takes an unexpected turn, when Sarah returns to Dorset with her new found love. This time, it is Laura who is in despair, struggling with her marriage – facing an adversity that will test her inner most strength in ways that she would have never imagined.
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Excellent read! I cried and laughed then cried some more. I was so caught up in this book I felt a part of it. Look forward to reading other work by this author.
Great Read It is a very original book, with well written plot with in-depth characters. Talk me down from the edge is a memorable read and is a reminder to us all that not everything is how it first seems. Loved it!