When a British MP is exposed as homosexual, his wife Diana finds herself a social outcast. Her perfect 1950s, upper-class world is blown apart and she learns a lot about herself, motherhood, love and what is really important to her.
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About the Author
Karen Mason was born in London in 1971 and still resides there. She has been writing since childhood and won her first accolade aged seven when she came second in the Blue Peter ‘Write a Limerick for Goldie the Dog’ competition. Fifteen years later she came second in the now defunct Me! Magazine, ‘Write a Blockbuster’ competition with an early novel called Violet’s Children. She first published her novel Summerset in 2008 and has gone on to release Mad About the Boy and Two Become One and Winner Takes it All – the sequel to Summerset, Mrs Osbourne Regrets, The True Tale of Jezebel Cole, Only You, The Line of Passion Trilogy and Never Forget. In Summer 2012 Karen will be releasing 'Scorpio Rising' - a Phillipa Hardcastle mystery, followed by Paradise Lost in Autumn 2012.