‘This was pure joy to read and left me feeling warm inside!!’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘This book pulled at my heart strings and broke me in places and then slowly pieced me back together again’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Oh my!!!!!! Cathy Bramley has done it again, a fantastic read and I could not stop reading it’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘This book – I absolutely adored it!’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Three generations of women, and the summer that saved them.
The holidays are here, and in Salcombe, Liz longs for the arrival of her god-daughters, Skye and Clare and Clare’s daughter baby Ivy. After years on her own, she needs help to save the catering business she built with Clare’s late mother, Jen.
However, half-sisters Skye and Clare couldn’t be more different, struggling with family secrets and hidden jealousies. As the women navigate this unexpected summer together, truths are revealed and their relationships are put to the test.
The Sunrise Sisterhood is a summery slice of joyful escapism as well as an emotional drama about three women healed by the sparkling waves of Salcombe and the power of the sisterhood.
‘A heartwarming story of sisterhood and second chances’ Lucy Diamond
‘Comforting, funny, warm and wise. No-one does complicated family and friendships like Cathy’ Veronica Henry
‘Beautifully written and richly layered with characters that feel like firm friends, it’s full of Cathy’s wonderful warmth, wisdom and wit’ Alex Brown
‘A wonderful story of family, sisterhood and finding yourself’ Emily Stone
‘Absolutely loved this summer swoonsome read from Cathy Bramley’ Holly Hepburn
‘Full of sun, humour and heart, it is Bramley’s best book yet’ Katie Marsh
‘A gloriously pitched mix of single parenting, unexpected love affairs, a possible drinking problem and beachside yoga work together to create a summer read that is all about escapism with a capital E!’ Stylist
‘Joyfully humorous, wise and heartfelt’ Heat BOOK OF THE WEEK
‘A slice of pure escapism’ Pick Me Up!
‘A warm read about friendship’ Fabulous Magazine
‘A wonderfully told story of complicated relationships, Cathy Bramley’s heart-warming and uplifting novel is rich, funny warm and wise’ Sunday Express
‘This joyful novel explores grief, family dynamics and friendship’ The Sun