Lucy’s life was fun and uncomplicated. Nights were spent partying with best friend Em, doing what twenty-somethings do.
All Joe Morris wanted was for Lucy to be his devoted wife. Now two years have passed since Joe’s death and Lucy wakes at sunrise reliving the events of that fateful night harbouring a guilty secret she knows will destroy her life.
When Em suggests a holiday to the clubbing island of Ibiza, Lucy jumps at the chance to escape her woes. Ibiza doesn’t disappoint and Lucy wants more, but is it all just a smokescreen? Lucy’s past won’t stay buried for long and she knows what she should do. Can she figure it out before it’s too late, or will Lucy always be the sunrise girl?
Forgiveness, honesty, raw sensuality and courage. Lucy’s path to self-discovery in The Sunrise Girl will captivate readers with its emotional punch, irony and well-timed humour. It’s a refreshing, passionate tale of what a woman ‘can do’ as opposed to what she ‘should’.
A page turner whose central character is raw, flawed, complex and utterly relatable.
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Lisa Wolstenholme is a published author of contemporary women’s fiction. She writes about life and loss, with a dash of love thrown in. She is the director of Dragonfly Publishing, and when not loitering around the Perth Hills, can be found writing stories where a main character usually dies.