Lucy Fry’s story is a remarkable and candid account of the complexities and joys of polyamory and (queer) family-making. In her desire to transform a difficult and uncomfortable love triangle into an honest polyamorous relationship, she takes us on a compelling journey from addiction to sobriety, from infidelity to ethical non-monogamy, and – perhaps most intensely of all – from her fear of parenthood to her exquisite joy at having a son.


I absolutely loved this book! An important voice and beautifully written.

Evie WyldAuthor of All The Birds Are Singing, winner Miles Franklin Award

A beautiful, searing and whip-smart account of love of all kinds. Reminiscent of Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts, this book will change the way you think – and feel – about love.

Meg-John BarkerAuthor of Rewriting The Rules

Hot, warm, raw and intense —a fully achieved work of memoir, and funny in the way that only the truthful can be.

Zoe WilliamsGuardian columnist, journalist and author.

A stunning piece of writing – full of courage, heart, pain and beauty.

Morgan Lloyd MalcolmPlaywright and screenwriter