Jeanne Whitmee originally trained as an actress and later taught speech and drama until taking up writing full time. After writing short stories and serials for magazines she began to write novels and has since written over forty under various pseudonyms. She lives in England, in Cambridgeshire, and her hobbies are watercolour painting, music and, of course the theatre.
Three strangers share the lottery jackpot. Each has her own very different idea of how she will spend the money. Anna wants to buy the business she has worked in since leaving school; Sharon dreams of gaining the courage and independence to leave her disastrous marriage and Monica wants to become a socialite.
But all three learn to heed the old saying: Be careful what you wish for.