Rachel Marks

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Until Next Weekend

book | Fiction | Apr 2021
UK & Comm excluding Canada → Penguin (Ed. Clio Cornish)

Noah and Kate were meant to be together forever.

Married with two gorgeous sons, it looked like they’d got their happy ever after.

But marriage isn’t easy. And one day, Kate left, taking their two boys with her.

These days, Noah is a weekend dad – and it breaks his heart. He misses the chaotic meal-times, the bedtime stories, the early mornings and the late homework.

Suddenly, he decides enough is enough – he has to win his family back. Starting with Kate.

The only problem?

In six weeks’ time, Kate is getting married to someone else…






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Reviews

Within a few pages I was totally invested in Noah and his relationships. I laughed with him, cried for him and cheered him every step of the way. Rachel Marks packs a novel with all the emotions - hope, fear, love, despair and - ultimately - joy.

Clare Pooley, author of The Authenticity Project

A delightful, heart-warming read - a reminder that we all get a second act in life. These are characters that feel so real, I'm sure I must know them somehow!

Sophie Cousens, author of This Time Next Year

Heartbreaking, heartwarming, perfect!

Sunday Times bestseller Rosie Goodwin

A total delight. Beautifully observed, painfully funny and profoundly moving, it's a wise and wonderful story of hope and love. I adored it!

Sunday Times bestseller Miranda Dickinson

Unpredictable and satisfying.

Sunday Times bestseller Heidi Swain

 As with Marks’ last novel, this emotional story has such sad moments, but her lightness of touch – and authentic dialogue – propel you forward, as will the characters. Already eagerly awaiting her next book, we’re pretty sure Rachel Marks is a name to watch

Zoe West
Heat

It is the most beautiful, uplifting book. It is as tender and emotional as it is laugh out loud funny, and I loved Noah, with all his imperfections and his struggles, from page one. He has such a brilliant voice.

Cressida McLaughlin, bestselling author

Beautifully uplifting and at times unexpected...

OK! Magazine

Uplifting and at times unexpected

Sunday Express

This emotional story has sad moments, but Marks' lightness of touch and authentic dialogue propel you forward.

Simply Woman & Home

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