You won't be disappointed if you stick this in your beach bag
Full of Warmth and hear, this is a brilliantly written book
A book you'll read into the wee hours, full of warmth, love and bravery.
Sometimes, you just need a good cry and no one tugs at the heartstrings quite like Lucy Dillon. She's back with this tale of two sisters; Caitlin, recently divorced with her self-esteem shattered and a four year old daughter, Nancy, who's stopped talking, and Eva recently widowed and her world splintered. Throw in a couple of adorable pugs in this tale of heartbreak, healing and hope, then stick a fork in me, because I am done.
Such a brilliant book. So satisfying and clever and deeply moving. I'll be passing it on to all my friends.
Lucy Dillon's books make the world a better place
This vibrant and uplifting novel has not only entertained me hugely, but made me change the way I look at life.
Grown up chick lit at its best. I loved it.
ALL I EVER WANTED is my first Lucy Dillon's book - but certainly not the last . . . a beautiful, gentle story
I always find Lucy Dillon's books so overflowing with wit and wisdom.
Praise for A HUNDRED PIECES OF ME
A rather lovely read, despite dealing with a few things you might not expect from a regular chick-lit novel. Definitely give it a read!
It is unbelievable but "All I Ever Wanted" is my first Lucy Dillon's book - but certainly not the last, as this novel has totally convinced me and it made me experience all kind of emotions. It was a beautiful, gentle story about a family that goes through a rough patch in their lives.
Clever and sweet . . . Jenny Colgan and Sophie Kinsella are fans
An uplifting novel which will appeal to fans of David Nicholls.
A beautifully written story about friendship, trust and love. I adored it.
A perfect beach holiday read.
I love Dillon's writing: her characters are so warm that reading one of her books is like opening a log-burning stove