Friends and Rivals – TILLY BAGSHAWE

 Friends & Rivals is the latest book by Tilly Bagshawe and published by HarperCollins Publishers.

Old friends can become the worst of enemies…

Kat fears she is past her prime. Her philandering husband, Ivan, who she still loves passionately after twenty years of marriage, leaves her for a younger woman. Devastated, there is only one person left who Kat trusts.

Kendall is sure she has it all. But underneath her tough exterior she hides a vulnerability – she is helplessly struggling with an unrequited love. But when Kendall’s need for success consumes her, she won’t let anyone stand in her way.

Ava is an innocent, plucked from obscurity and thrown into the deep-end of the glamorous world of fame. When she is pitted against Kendall, the world watches closely, wondering who will survive.

As these three women try to navigate a backstabbing world of infamy, desire and fortune, will they be tempted to betray the people they hold dearest?

This is the first Tilly Bagshawe book that I have read, when I saw that were offering an advanced copy I really liked the sound of it so I thought I’d give it a go.

This book is very much for the fans of all books where the rich and famous can’t keep their trousers on, money in the bank and stay in the same country for more than ten minutes! Packed full of backstabbing and bitching this is a fabulous read!

Brilliantly written and extremely easy to follow with a great stories that interweaves into each other with a very satisfying ended. I will definitely be reading more of this Author.

Get your copy via Amazon uk.



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3 responses to “Friends and Rivals – TILLY BAGSHAWE

  1. Oh I do love a bit of backstabbing and bitchery – as long as it’s only in the covers of a novel of course! This sounds like a great read – one for the long winter evenings sat by the fire. Thanks for the heads up on this one, Lou.

    Janice xx

  2. Hi there, the October edition of Books You Loved is live. Here is the link Books You Loved October Edition Please do pop by and link in a post about a book you loved. Maybe this one? Cheers

    PS I am a follower of your blog. I know you have linked in before, too – which is great. Would you consider following Carole’s Chatter back – or are you already?

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