When the husband moves out, move the best friends in... Amanda Wilkie unexpectedly finds herself alone with her three children in a rambling Victorian house in London. Her husband leaves them, claiming he's just "lost the love", like one might carelessly lose a glove. A few months later, Amanda's heavily pregnant friend, Ali, crashes into her kitchen announcing her husband is also leaving. So, after Ali's baby Grace is born, they both move into Amanda's attic. And when Jacqui, a long-lost friend and fellow single mum, starts dropping by daily, the household is complete. Getting divorced is no walk in the park, but the three friends refuse to be defined by it. And, as they slowly emerge out of the wreckage like a trio of sequin-clad Gloria Gaynors singing "I Will Survive", they realise that anything is possible. Even loving again... Perfect for fans of Marian Keyes, Gill Sims and Tracy Bloom. Praise for The Single Mums' Mansion: 'There was something inherently charming and satisfying about how imperfect everyone is within the story' C.R. Elliott. 'I cannot wait to tell friends about it as I am sure they will enjoy as much as I did' Molly Stulmaker. 'Once I was done, I kept hearing "I will survive" in my head' Cheryl Weaver. 'An intriguing and fun read, purely delightful' Gaele Hince. 'In short I absolutely ADORED reading The Single Mums' Mansion' Amanda Oughton.