Article by Ceri Wheeldon
When two women making significant changes midlife, meet on holiday in India , they form a friendship which takes them into situations neither could have imagined.
Lou leaves a long term marriage to pursue an independent life and career, while Ali looks to walk away from life as a serial mistress and commit to a long term relationship.
Women of a Dangerous Age is a refreshing read with realistic portrayals of both main characters – midlife women are interested in romance, career, style and new beginnings, and it was good to read a book that recognised that.
I caught up with author Fanny Blake to ask her how the book, and characters came about:
Changes as big birthdays approach
“I wanted to write a book which captured women’s thoughts...