'Cathy's warmth and gentle humour shine through - a really enjoyable read.' Judy Leigh, author of A Grand Old Time'Funny and feelgood' Good HousekeepingOn a trip of a lifetime to India, Bea is given an unexpected fiftieth birthday present - an hour with a celebrated clairvoyant. Unlucky in love, Bea learns that her true soulmate is still out there ? and that he's someone she knew in a past life.Returning home, Bea revisits the men in her life and can't resist looking up a few old lovers - the Good, the Bad and the. well, the others. As Bea connects with the ones that got away, she suspects that her little black book has remained shut for a reason. But one man out there has her in his sights.They say love is blind and maybe Bea just needs an eye test.Funny and wise, this is the perfect read for anyone who believes in finding love, no matter what their age.