Some readers will have already met GP Sue, her daughters Frankie and Lola, her husband Matthew, and their unexpected surprise addition to the family, Tom. In this delightful sequel, we are a year on...Sue is a GP, her busy life filled with demanding but lovable patients, demanding but lovable children, a husband, and a new dog. But she has just enough time to notice the rather gorgeous neighbour who walks his black lab in the park. Frankie is about to do her GCSEs, and is absolutely certain that no-one is as stressed as she is, nor as in love, nor as confused. Lola is eleven, and endearingly aware of those around her, including all her friends (and whether they are, or not), her Granny, her pain-in-the-neck but scrumptious new baby brother, and the fact that her Dad is spending a lot of time texting. And when she sneaks a peek at his calls, there are far too many to someone called Laura. Suddenly, Lola feels overburdened with guilt and responsibility, so just what is she to do? WHAT ABOUT ME, TOO? is a searingly honest account of life in a normal London household, of how perceptive children can be, and how the dismantling of a marriage can be both devasting and liberating at once.'
An uproarious read that will have women everywhere nodding in wry recognition' You Magazine 'Funny, touching and all too familiar' Woman & Home
Kate Figes is the author of Because of her Sex, Life After Birth and The Terrible Teens. She is books editor at You magazine at the Mail on Sunday, and writes regularly on family life for the Guardian and the Times newspapers. She is happily married with two children and lives in London.