Through with Men, by Marcie Steele, is about three women who get through their loneliness with the help of good friends. The synopsis says: "If it wasn't for the men in their lives, Sam, Leah and Charley would be happy. Married for 14 years, Sam's husband, Russ, works away during the week. It's not ideal but it suits them fine. Or does it? Because with Dan Wilshaw around, maybe Sam starts to realise what she's missing... Leah, a divorcee with a teenage daughter who's just starting to find out for herself how painful love can be, wants someone to settle down with, a man who treats her right, loves her for what she is - not a flipping shag-buddy like Rob Masters every Saturday night... Fifteen-year-old Charley, head in the clouds at the best of times, wants to be respected by the boys at school. But they see this as a challenge and with a challenge come rumours. She knows they aren't true... If it wasn't for the men in their lives, Sam, Leah and Charley would be okay, right? Or maybe not. Because one of the women has a secret that could tear all three of them apart..." Steele is also the author of Stirred with Love.