Praise for Life, Slightly
Two strangers, one bench. Two lives, one lie.
When Gavin meets Jackie on a bench in the local park, he thinks she’s a stranger. She knows better. She’s connected to him in ways he can’t yet imagine.
She swore she wouldn’t do this again but it’s real this time. So real, she might do something reckless and tell him everything.
He’ll understand. It wasn’t her fault, not really. Perhaps he’ll forgive her, even if she can never forgive herself.
Compulsively readable like a thriller and beautifully written like a Sally Rooney novel, this is a story I won’t soon forget. Heartwarming and heartbreaking at the same time, this book is certainly going places!
Awais Khan, Author of In The Company of Strangers, No Honour
I was deeply moved by this beautifully told story of love, forgiveness, and finding your way. The characters really shone and I couldn’t stop turning the pages.
Laura Pearson, Author of Missing Pieces, Nobody’s Wife, I Wanted You To Know