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The Family Gift

The Family Gift

Honest, funny, clever, it sparkles with witty, wry observations on modern life. I loved it’ Marian Keyes

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An uplifting story about one mother trying to hold it all together – told with Cathy Kelly’s trademark sparkling warmth, humour and honesty.

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Freya Abalone has a big, messy, wonderful family. She has an exciting career as a celebrity chef. She has a new home that makes her feel safe.

But behind the happy front, Freya feels pulled in a hundred directions. Life has thrown Freya some lemons – and she’s learned how to juggle! But she’s keeping a secret from her family, and soon something is going to crashing down…

All families have their struggles and strengths. So can Freya pull everyone – and herself – together when they need it most?

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You’ll love Cathy Kelly’s feel-good, relatable stories of family life!

‘Honest, funny, clever, it sparkles with witty, wry observations’ Marian Keyes

‘This book is full of joy’ Milly Johnson

‘A lovely story of life and change’ Prima

‘The perfect comfort read for a cold autumn afternoon’ Jo Finney, Good Housekeeping

‘Cathy Kelly shines an insightful light on female insecurity and, through Freya’s journey, shows the healing power of self-belief and family support’ Woman & Home
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Genre: Health & Personal Development

On Sale: 15th October 2020

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781409179245

Reviews

Honest, funny, clever, it sparkles with witty, wry observations on modern life. I loved it.
Marian Keyes
Cathy Kelly shines an insightful light on female insecurity and, through Freya's journey, shows the healing power of self-belief and family support.
WOMAN & HOME
This bittersweet story about motherhood and modern families is the perfect comfort read for a cold autumn afternoon.
Jo Finney, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Cathy Kelly shines her insight on female insecurity and the power of self-belief and family support.
Zoe West, WOMAN'S WEEKLY
Easy to read escapism with a very likeable heroine
Sunday Mirror
Heartwarming
Kirsten Jones, S MAGAZINE, SUNDAY EXPRESS