Bram and Fiona have two terrific kids, and the most gorgeous of London homes.  So pretty from the outside that people stop to take the occasional photo.  So warm and welcoming on the inside that the couple dream of their children bringing up their own families within the same walls.  Comfortingly, the house is also a huge asset for the family’s financial future.

The marriage is however not going so well.  When Fi comes home to Trinity Avenue one day to see another family moving in, she assumes it is just one big silly mistake.  Bram and Fi separated and are sharing the Trinity Avenue house plus a nearby flat – only they are not occupying the same space at the same time.   What could Bram possibly be thinking, renting a house without Fi’s consent? The new family in Bram and Fiona’s home however are the new owners and have paid millions for their new property.  The nightmare begins for Fi to try and find her errant ex husband Bram, and to get back what is rightfully hers.


Louise Candlish

Louise Candlish studied English at University College London and worked as an editor and copywriter before writing fiction. OUR HOUSE, published in the US by Berkley and by Simon & Schuster in the UK, has been picked as a Book of the Year by the Guardian, the Daily Mail, the Washington Post, Publishers Weekly, Real Simple, Red and Heat.

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