Rachel Marks

Until Next Weekend
  • Until Next Weekend

  • THE UNFORGETTABLE AND FEEL-GOOD NEW NOVEL THAT WILL MAKE YOU LAUGH AND CRY, FROM THE AUTHOR OF SATURDAYS AT NOON

    'Wise and wonderful. I adored it!' MIRANDA DICKINSON
    'Heartbreaking, heartwarming, perfect!' ROSIE GOODWIN
    'You find yourself laughing and crying in equal measure' 5***** Reader Review
    'The characters feel so real' SOPHIE COUSENS
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    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 mealtimes, 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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    'Poignant, compelling' WOMAN & HOME 'BOOK OF THE MONTH'

    'A delight . . . We all need this book' 5***** Reader Review

    'Marks' lightness of touch - and authentic dialogue - propel you forward, as will the characters . . . Rachel Marks is a name to watch' Woman & Home, 'BEST BOOKS 2021'

    'I raced through it with my heart in my mouth' 5***** Reader Review

    'Within a few pages I was totally invested. Rachel Marks packs a novel with all the emotions' CLARE POOLEY

    'Unpredictable and satisfying' HEIDI SWAIN

    Readers are falling in love with Until Next Weekend

    'All of the heart of the old Tony Parsons novels and up amongst Mike Gayle's best' 5***** READER REVIEW

    'A book of hope. Unforgettable' 5***** READER REVIEW

    'I was in tears. I wholeheartedly recommend this to all' 5***** READER REVIEW

    'It made me cry, it gave me hope' 5***** READER REVIEW

Rachel Marks studied English at Exeter University before becoming a primary school teacher. Despite always loving to write, it wasn't until she gained a place on the 2016 Curtis Brown Creative online novel writing course that she started to believe it could be anything more than a much-loved hobby. Her inspiration for her first book, Saturdays at Noon, came from the challenges she faced with her eldest son, testing and fascinating in equal measure, and the research she did to try to understand him better. Until Next Weekend is her second novel.

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