This actually is a love story, just not the one Sunny was looking for . . .
Sunny is the queen of living a double life. To her friends, she's thirty, flirty and thriving - the joker of the group, always on hand to entertain her friends with anecdotes from all the terrible dates she's been on, while they settle down with long-term partners and mortgages. But on the other hand, she's just moved back in with her parents who don't know anything about her sneaking out to dates, leaving them with a trail of little white lies...
How long can she keep it up for? And is it really worth it?
When her two lives collide in her parents' hallway, as she's coming back late from dinner with a guy (actually just a friend), she has to tell the truth. But to Sunny's horror, her mum isn't as appalled as expected, and instead offers a strange deal. Sunny can keep going on dates, as long as her mum gets a say in who she dates. What could be worse?! After some mortifying mum-dating-app moments, Sunny finally has the opportunity to start being honest to her mum about everything. If only she can start being honest with herself too . . .
SUNNY by Sukh Ojla is a relatable, moving, and life-affirming novel. It is warm and full of honesty, exploring family, love and mental health. Perfect for fans of Grown Ups by Marian Keyes and Olive by Emma Gannon.