Author(s): Tony Parsons
Paulo loves Jessica. He thinks that together they are complete - a family of two. But Jessica can't be happy until she has a baby, and the baby stubbornly refuses to come. Can a man and a woman ever really be a family of two?
Megan doesn't love her boyfriend anymore. After a one-night stand with an Australian beach bum, she finds that even a trainee doctor can slip up on the family planning. Should you bring a child into the world if you don't love its father?
Cat loves her life. After bringing up her two younger sisters, all she craves is freedom. Her older boyfriend has done the family thing before and is in no rush to do it all again. But can a modern woman really find true happiness without ever being in the family way?
Three sisters. Three couples. Two pregnancies. Six men and women struggling with sex, love and the meaning of family.
And one more bitter-sweet bestseller from the author of Man and Boy.
Praise for The Family Way: 'His best since the very fine Man and Boy' GQ 'Parsons goes head to head with controversial issue after controversial issue!jam-packed with Parsons' trademark perceptiveness and sensitivity' Daily Mirror 'Heartwarming and highly recommended!his most sensitive book yet' Heat 'His stories show all too well how we muddle along in search of love and fulfilment, and when we fluff it!sometimes that's just because it's easier' Observer 'Unquestionably readable and perfect for whiling away the hours' Daily Mail Praise for Man and Boy: 'One of the finest books published this year!Hilarious and tear-jerking in turns' Express Praise for One For My Baby: 'One For My Baby is stylish, polished, complex and it really gets its teeth into the big issues of sex, love, family and friendship' The Mirror
Tony Parsons is the author of Man and Boy , published in 36 countries and winner of the UK's Book of the Year Award. He is also the author of One For My Baby, Man and Wife, The Family Way, Stories We Could Tell and My Favourite Wife, which were all international bestsellers. He began his career on the NME and is currently a columnist on the Daily Mirror and GQ, and a regular guest on BBC TV's Newsnight Review. He lives in London with his wife and daughter.