A heartwarming and hilarious tale about family, love and everything in between - this is the perfect summer read.
Jo has always dreamed of starting her own business, but the arrival of two gorgeous toddlers has put her ambition on the backburner. Then she hits on a brilliant idea - a kids' clothing shop with a twist - and is thrilled when it takes off. When husband Lee offers to quit his job to look after the family while her business grows, it seems like a godsend - but will their marriage stand the test of reversing their roles?
Designer Holly's high-flying career has come crashing down and she's moved back home - but is she ready to manage a major family crisis?
Mel worries her teenage daughter Serena is going off the rails. Is finding out more worth risking the loss of her daughter's trust?
When Jo recruits Holly and Mel to help her in the shop, all three women stand at a crossroads in their lives. Will friendship be the thing that keeps these women going?
What readers are saying about The Little Shop of Friendship:
'Love it! So heartwarming and real. Couldn't put it down' Amazon reviewer
'I really loved this book, it was such a joy to read! I became so involved in the story instantly and enjoyed every single page' Goodreads reviewer
'One of the best books I have read in a while. I loved it! I just loved it!' Amazon reviewer
Rosie Fiore was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, and has worked as a writer for theatre, television, magazines, advertising, comedy and the corporate market. Her first novel, This Year's Black, was longlisted for the South African Sunday Times Literary Award. She lives in North London with her husband and two children.