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Together again after years apart, can they find a new beginning? The brilliant novel full of laughter, love, tears and hope from the Sunday Times bestselling author Milly Johnson.

'This masterpiece honestly describes the strength and acceptance required to be a family. 5 STARS' ADELE PARKS, Book of the Month, Platinum magazine

'Darkness and light, complexity and humour, Milly has nailed the perfect cocktail for a compelling, page-turning read. Absolutely magnificent.' VERONICA HENRY

‘Emotional, empowering and heart-wrenching – sisterhood at its finest’ CATHY BRAMLEY

‘Powerful, heartbreaking and ultimately uplifting’ JO THOMAS

Sisters Jolene, Marsha and Annis have convened at their beautiful family home, Fox House, following the death of their mother, the tricky Eleanor Vamplew. Born seven years apart, the women are more strangers than sisters.

Jolene, the eldest, is a successful romantic novelist who writes about beautiful relationships even though her own marriage to the handsome and charming Warren is complicated.

Marsha, the neglected middle child, has put all of her energy into her work, hoping money will plug the gap in her life left by the man who broke her young heart.

Annis is the renegade, who left home aged sixteen and never returned, not even for the death of their beloved father Julian. Until now.

So when the sisters discover that their mother has left everything to Annis in her will, it undermines everything they thought they knew. Can saying their final goodbyes to Eleanor bring them together again?

Together, Again is the story of truths uncovered and lies exposed, of secrets told – and kept. It is a novel about sister helping sister to heal from childhood scars and finding in each other support, forgiveness, courage and love.

Your favourite authors love Milly Johnson:

‘Reading a Milly Johnson book is like spending time with a best friend – you always end up feeling better about the world. Written with genuine warmth and heart, they’re an absolute treat’ Lucy Diamond

‘Milly Johnson always delivers an absolutely cracking read’ Katie Fforde

‘One of those novels that draws you in to its world and makes you wish you could be friends with Shay. A tantalising juicy tale full of twists and turns that kept me gripped. Warm, funny and moving. One to curl up with and devour’ Ruth Jones

‘The feeling you get when you read a Milly Johnson book should be bottled and made available on the NHS’ Debbie Johnson

‘Milly’s writing is like getting a big hug with just the right amount of bite underneath’ Jane Fallon

About The Author


Milly Johnson was born, raised and still lives in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. A Sunday Times bestseller, she is one of the Top 10 Female Fiction authors in the UK, and has sold millions of copies of her books sold across the world. The Happiest Ever After is her twenty-first novel.   

Milly’s writing highlights the importance of community spirit and the magic of kindness. Her books inspire and uplift but she packs a punch and never shies away from the hard realities of life and the complexities of relationships in her stories. Her books champion women, their strength and resilience, and celebrate love, friendship and the possibility and joy of second chances and renaissances. She writes stories about ordinary women and the extraordinary things that happen in their ordinary lives.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (September 29, 2022)
  • Length: 384 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781471199035

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Raves and Reviews

‘Emotional, empowering and heart-wrenching – sisterhood at its finest’

– Cathy Bramley

‘Milly’s 20th novel is a heart-warming read about the bonds between siblings and finding a new direction in life'

– My Weekly

“A moving and uplifting book about the reality of family life and the power of kindness from the magnificent Milly Johnson.” Woman’s Weekly

“Tackling dark topics with real warmth and wit, this is an emotional read.” Heat

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