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‘A powerful and honest account of love, grief and starting again, it’s moving and sad, but also surprisingly funny. You’ll love it.’ Closer

‘Devastatingly honest and deeply moving.’ Daily Mail

‘As inspiring as it is heartbreaking.’ News of the World

‘Gritty, honest and surprising . . . this moving, warts-and-all real-life story of a young woman’s experience of crippling bereavement and her desperate attempts to move on is heartbreaking – but manages to be hopeful and optimistic at the same time.’ Heat

‘Molloy works through the seven stages of grief – with added Sambuca shots – before emerging as a more reflective person . . . While she probably shouldn’t consider a career in the self-help industry, you can’t help but feel glad that the end is also a new beginning.’ London Lite

My story begins where most women hope theirs will end – with a big, white wedding. After all, isn’t that how every good fairy tale finishes?

I thought so. And at 23, in love and engaged, it seemed my ‘happy ever after’ was secure…

That is until the man of my dreams died three weeks into our marriage. Look at me now: a 23 year old widow. You’d never guess. I’ve learnt to hide it well.

Because the way I saw it, there were only two options…

A) Dress in black, become a recluse and watch my wedding video on a loop?

OR

B) Decide falling in love again is out of the question and choose an easy, uncomplicated alternative – sex…

Funny, powerful, and painfully honest, WIFE, INTERRUPTED examines the complicated process of grieving – and proves that sometimes the most unthinkable things can be the most comforting.

Reviews

Devastatingly honest and deeply moving
Daily Mail
A powerful and honest account of love, grief and starting again, it's moving and sad, but also surprisingly funny. You'll love it
Closer
As inspiring as it is heartbreaking
News of The World
Gritty, honest and surprising . . . this moving, warts-and-all real-life story of a young woman's experience of crippling bereavement and her desperate attempts to move on is heartbreaking - but manages to be hopeful and optimistic at the same time
Heat
Molloy works through the seven stages of grief - with added Sambuca shots - before emerging as a more reflective person . . . While she probably shouldn't consider a career in the self-help industry, you can't help but feel glad that the end is also a new beginning
London Lite