She could lose the perfect life... if she tells the truth.
At the school gates in Wimbledon Village, Faiza fits in. It took a few years and a brand new wardrobe, but now the snobbish mothers who mistook her for the nanny treat her as one of their own.
But the perfect life costs money. When her husband Tom loses his job, Faiza realises she'll have to reveal her biggest secret: she's spent her family's entire life savings.
Unless she doesn't...
It only takes a second to lie to Tom. Now Faiza has six weeks to find £75,000 or risk losing the family she has worked so hard to protect.
Readers and reviewers are loving Would I Lie to You?
'Warm, intelligent [...] and keeps up the tension right till the end' Sophie Kinsella
'A properly indulgent page turner' Adele Parks, Platinum
'A fresh take on domestic dynamics and moral dilemma... Great for book clubs' Clare Mackintosh
'Convincing and compelling' Stacey Halls
'I couldn't put it down... Tense and funny' Claire Douglas
'I was immediately hooked' Lizzie Damilola Blackburn
'Wise and warm... A page turner' Woman & Home
'A breathtaking, tense ride' Jesse Sutanto
'I just fell into it and couldn't stop' Sarah Pearse
'A refreshing new voice in commercial fiction' Cosmopolitan
'Intelligent and original' Lesley Kara
'So warm, funny, sad and brilliantly written' Laura Marshall
'Not just entertaining, but intelligent and original too [...] and the resourceful Faiza will steal your heart' Lesley Kara
'A warm, funny, compelling, escapist read' Debbie Howells
'Tense, funny, poignant and very clever' Claire Douglas