Every ending starts with a beginning; every beginning, an end. Boyd and Vita have been separated for six years when Boyd asks if he can move back into the house they still own, bringing with him his twenty-seven-year-old girlfriend, Honey. Of course Vita agrees: enough water has travelled under enough bridges since her marriage to Boyd ended and she is totally over him; nothing can touch her now. Boyd and Honey move in and everyone is happy, or so it seems. However, all three are keeping secrets.
Claire Dyer is the author of two novels and a short story collection, published by Quercus. She won the Charles Causley Poetry Competition in 2015 and has two volumes of poetry published by Two Rivers Press. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway, University of London, teaches creative writing and is a regular panellist on BBC Radio Berkshire's Radio Reads.