An affair. Wife, mistress, the man in the middle. Laugh it off only to lie awake worrying later. Is this really happening? When it implodes, what then? The assistant didn’t mean to fall in love and become “the other woman.” The wife was just venturing her first steps into life beyond the roles of mother and partner when her suspicions about another woman took root. When the well-respected man sinks deeper into mental illness, each person’s next move isn’t a question of blame alone, but of the ethics of love—of unapologetic decisions and confronting the aftermath.
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About the Author
Emma Woolf is a writer, journalist and broadcaster. Born in London, she studied English at Oxford University. She worked in psychology publishing before going freelance and becoming a columnist for The Times and Newsweek, TV presenter on Channel 4 and commentator across the BBC. She is a radio and arts critic in the UK and speaks internationally at literary festivals from Cheltenham to Mumbai. Emma's non-fiction books have been translated around the world, including the bestselling An Apple a Day (2012), The Ministry of Thin (2013), Letting Go (2015), Positively Primal (2016) The A-Z of Eating Disorders (2017) and Wellbeing (2019). Emma is the great-niece of Virginia Woolf.