The Good Girl
When Ailsa Field uproots her family to Norfolk, she's determined a change of scene will fix all their problems. Then the Fairports move in next door. Lively, free-spirited and open, Ailsa is terrified their influence will damage her own fragile family's new start.
But for teenagers Romy and Jay, none of that matters. There's no mistaking the intense attraction that draws them together, yet all too soon their relationship is tested by Jay's dark secret.
Ever the diligent student, Romy decides to help Jay, but in doing so sets into motion a chain of events beyond her control. And what started as an innocent plan quickly becomes the catalyst that threatens to destroy the Field family forever . . .
From the number one bestselling author Fiona Neill, The Good Girl is a provocative and unflinching novel of a family falling apart.
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Neill writes with verve, honesty and breathtaking insight. Utterly Unputdownable.
Tapping into the issues of the day, Neill looks at the fallout of a sex tape going viral round a school. Switching narrators, between the headmistress and her starring daughter, this novel is made for heated book club debates.The Stylist
The Good Girl is vivid and insightful, and Neill has a trained eye for the pressures and poignancies of modern family life.The Guardian