That Was Then
New single, safe and sorted . . .
Eve's separation from Ian is amicable, her daughter Mel is a high-flier, and her son Ben, the apple of her eye, is the local charmer. She has a congenial job, good friends, and all the time in the world to improve her tennis. But passion is no respecter of plans, and Eve's chaste tranquillity, like Ben's boyhood teddy, is about to go out of the window with a vengeance. Because when sons grow up, mothers must too . . .
In the media
Believable and touching . . . Harrison's writing is lively and crisp [and] full of humour
Harrison is a writer with a gift for mixing candour, compassion and comedy