You’re in your twenties – bright, articulate and effortlessly attractive – with great career prospects. You see the world through rose-tinted glasses. You’re practically invincible.
Now try this: you’re turning forty, your degree is gathering dust, your husband works long hours, your kids see you as a glorified domestic and you’re not looking as youthful as once upon a time. In fact, what just happened? In the blink of an eye your life has been swept from beneath you.
Your friends, of course, have their own problems . . .
Your only lifeline is the Curry Club – where every week you and your four best friends come together to spice up your lives. From one bowl a curry is served while in another five anonymous questions sit tightly folded until just one is drawn out for discussion. One of you gets help or maybe just gets to say one of those things that are best left unsaid . . . The others are left wondering just whose life is being dissected this time around . . . unless of course it happens to be their own.
The Curry Club . . . Completely Confidential . . .