Hetty Clarkson is a typical modern woman: attractive, romantic and single. Her situation is the same as that of thousands of twenty— and thirty-somethings arriving in London each year, with one small exception. She is old enough to be their mother. It wasn't meant to be like this, but blame that on her philandering husband. When she caught him cheating with a younger woman, Hetty's traditional views of marriage hit the buffers. One divorce later, and Hetty is discovering that the etiquette books for the mid-life single woman haven't been written yet… In turn sexy and poignant, Chasing Men lifts the lid on how Hetty copes and finds contentment. In an age when mid-life singles are the fastest growing group in society, Edwina Currie has delivered a terrific and timely novel.