Valerie-Anne Baglietto was born in Gibraltar in 1971. Both her grandfather and great-grandfather were writers and she has always wanted to be a novelist. She has worked as a graphic designer, but now writes full time. Valerie-Anne Baglietto lives in Flintshire. She is married, with three children. Her first novel, The Wrong Sort of Girl (Hodder) was the winner of the RNA’s New Writers’ Award for 2000.
Titles: The Wrong Sort of Girl, The Wrong Mr. Wright, Fresh As A Daisy, The Moon On A Stick (Hodder)
The Moon On A Stick
If a broken heart could be classified as a sickness, she’d been at death’s door…
In her early thirties, Amy Croft thinks she’s settled for life. She has Nick Burnley’s engagement ring, and their three adorable little boys. If Nick seems slow to set a date for the wedding, Amy’s grudgingly willing to wait. But then she finds out he’s taken the plunge – with someone else.
Suddenly Amy needs three things she thought she already had. A home, financial security and a soulmate. And with the help of her widowed mother Elspeth and her irrepressible teenage sister Tilly, she finds everything she’s always longed for, all over again, in some unexpected places…