Evangeline the toy elephant lies under the bed all day, waiting and waiting for something to happen.
In this story of three women's search for a place to call home, Maggie Alderson crosses continents and generations to explore how we find happiness – and whether love can survive betrayal.
Evangeline the toy elephant lies under the bed all day, waiting and waiting for something to happen. If only she could be useful somewhere . . . Will her wish be granted?
Maggie Alderson, novelist, philosopher of fashion and arbiter of style, brings us a new collection of her much-loved Style Notes column.
Loulou Landers, London's undisputed Queen of Vintage Fashion, meets a man on the eve of her dreaded forty-ninth birthday. Unfortunately, he's barely half her age, and Loulou's just not ready to 'go cougar'.
A fun romantic comedy with serious undertones from this well-loved author.
A successful journalist is torn between love and her career. Will she have to choose?
Fashion stylist Emily Pointer seems to have everything, but it's all about to come tumbling down when her secret life starts to clash with reality.
A young journalist moves to Sydney from London to nurse a broken heart, and is swept up into a whirlwind of romance and intrigue.
Of all the nightmare options that passed through Antonia Heaveringham's head when her husband Hugo uttered the words, 'I've got something to tell you . . .', a coming out speech never figured.