Diana Osbourne has everything a 1950s housewife could want - a beautiful house in Chelsea, a seemingly happy marriage to an MP and two teenage daughters. Her life is thrown into turmoil when Charles, her husband, is arrested after being caught with rent boys. Diana’s perfect world suddenly is blown apart when she finds herself shunned by her social circle and driven out of her home by the press. Exiled to the home of one of her only remaining friends, she becomes close to George McNamara, a builder who is working on the house. Diana has to face up to a world that is changing around her and finds herself longing to have some fun for the first time in her life. Her happiness is short lived however when she is given an ultimatum - return to Charles and her stifling former existence or risk losing Daphne, her beloved oldest daughter.
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About the Author
Karen Mason was born in London in the 1970s and has been writing since childhood. When she was eight she was runner up in the Write a Limerick Competition on Blue Peter and at aged twenty two was a runner up in the now defunct Me! Magazine 'Write a Blockbuster' competition. In 2008 Karen decided to go down the self-publishing route and has since published several historical fiction novels including the Never Forget and Line of Passion series. In 2014 Karen was a runner up in the Good Housekeeping Novel Writing Competition and she was named a Writer to Watch. 2017 sees the release of Out of Darkness, the first book in an exciting new saga