Here Come The Boys cover

“Another page turner from Milly.”

Here Come The Boys (2014)

Angie Silverton and her husband are taking a much-needed holiday on the cruise ship Mermaidia, so the last person she hopes to bump into is her one-time best friend Selina and the man Selina stole from her and married twenty years ago.

And what she needs even less is to be marooned in Malaga with Selina when both of them manage to miss boarding the ship in port.

It will take three days for them to travel across Europe to catch up with the ship again in Croatia.

And in the company of each other twenty-four/seven, a lot of old baggage is going to be unloaded.

(An ebook exclusive.)

This book was therapy for me after myself and my two boys missed getting back on a cruise ship at Malaga and had to find our way back to Korcula in 2012 to rejoin it.  It would have been easier to wait an extra day and get on in Venice but Korcula is too pretty to miss.  It was an adventure and a half – terrifying and expensive and not to be recommended, but I wouldn’t have missed it for the world.  I always wanted to spend a night on Korcula – so be careful what you wish for.  As it happens, it has become one of my most asked-for after-dinner speaking subjects.  

Here Come The Boys is available from Amazon.

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