Lin Butler was born in Chiswick and moved to Harlow when she was three. One of five children, she is now back in London. She is a doting mum and grandmother who owned and successfully ran a dress agency for twenty-three years before retiring.
She gets her love of reading from her mum, who always had a book open. This book was written in 2003 and after running out of books to read during the first lockdown of 2020 was re-read and shared with friends who urged her to do something with it.
It was the last straw. Sally couldn’t take this anymore, live with the consequences of her husband’s addiction, so she turned on her heels and walked away. Jenny smelt the betrayal on him as she greeted him at the door. This time she drew back, looked him straight in the eye and left. She was no...