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Little White Lies (by Bernadette Strachan)

Hodder Paperbacks (07 Feb, 2008)

Jilted bride Billie Baskerville is summoned by her Aunt Barbara to remotest Sussex Aunt Babs is going to Australia on a OAP-GAP year, and needs Billie to take over running her shop... her wedding dress shop. Putting a cynical, groom-hating, wedding-loathing, bride-detesting girl in charge of a bridal boutique might seem a little rash, but before long Billie cant help but get swept away by the romance of ...

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Friends, Lovers And Other Indiscretions (by Fiona Neill)

Arrow (04 Feb, 2010)

It's early 2008 and the credit crunch is starting to bite. Sam and Laura Diamond - and their friends - are circling forty and all feeling a lot less certain about life than when they first met in their twenties. Laura wants to work part-time and have a third child - an appalling prospect for her husband Sam, whose secret ambition is to give up his job as a struggling scriptwriter and have a vasectomy. ...

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Sushi for Beginners (by Marian Keyes)

Penguin (02 Aug, 2012)

'Dammit,' she realized. 'I think I'm having a nervous breakdown.' Hot-shot magazine editor Lisa Edwards' career is destined for high-rise New York when suddenly she's diverted to low-rise Dublin. But what can she do about it? Ashling Kennedy, Lisa's super-organized assistant, worries about everything from her lack of waist to the lack of men in her life. She's even anxious about a little bit of raw f ...

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Move Over Darling (by Christine Stovell)

Choc Lit (07 Oct, 2012)

When is it time to stop running? Coralie Casey is haunted by her past. Deciding it's time for a fresh start, she sets up 'Sweet Cleans', a range of natural beauty and cleaning products, and escapes to Penmorfa, a quiet coastal village in west Wales. Gethin Lewis thinks he's about to put his home village Penmorfa behind him for good. Now an internationally-acclaimed artist living in New York, he just ...

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Starting Over (by Sue Moorcroft)

Choc Lit (30 Nov, 2009)

New home, new friends, new love. Can starting over be that simple? Tess Riddell reckons her beloved Freelander is more reliable than any man - especially her ex-fiance, Olly Gray. She's moving on from her old life and into the perfect cottage in the country. Miles Rattenbury's passions - Old cars and new women! Romance - He's into fun rather than commitment. When Tess crashes the Freelander into his breakdo ...

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Letters from My Sister (by Alice Peterson)

Quercus (19 Nov, 2012)

‘I’ve lost my sister. If you’ve seen someone who doesn’t blend into the crowd,’ I sniffle, ‘well that’s her.’ Katie seems to have everything you could wish for - she’s pretty, successful and has a rich, handsome boyfriend, Sam. But now it’s crunch time. In one week her sister, Bells, is coming to stay and Sam doesn’t even know she has a sister. It’s always been too difficult to bring ...

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The Case of the Missing Boyfriend (by Nick Alexander)

Atlantic Books (01 Feb, 2013)

CC is nearly forty, and apart from her real name (which she hates with a passion usually reserved for men with beards), everything in her life seems wonderful. She's got a high-powered job in advertising, a beautiful flat in Primrose Hill and a wild bunch of gay friends to spend the weekends with. And yet she feels like the Titanic - slowly, inexorably, and against all expectation, sinking. The truth is, CC ...

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Ralph's Party (by Lisa Jewell)

Penguin (06 May, 1999)

Meet the residents of 31 Almanac Road Ralph and Smith are flatmates and best mates until, that is, the gorgeous Jemima moves in. And suddenly they're bickering about a lot more than who drank the last beer. Of course, Jem knows that one of them is the man for her but is it Ralph or Smith? Upstairs, Karl and Siobhan have been happily unmarried for fifteen years until, that is, Cheri moves into the flat above ...

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Nice Girls Do (by Sarah Duncan)

Headline Review (23 Oct, 2006)

Anna can cope with gardens, especially the historic ones it's her job to research, but when it comes to love and relationships she has lost her way, following the collapse of her short-lived marriage. Then she meets Oliver, destined to inherit a magical eighteenth-century house and garden from his ageing grandmother, and a man who, unlike her, is more interested in the future than the past. But is Oliver's ...

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A Winter Flame (by Milly Johnson)

Simon & Schuster UK (25 Oct, 2012)

'Tis the season to be jolly...But can Eve find happiness through the frost...? Eve has never liked Christmas, not since her beloved fiance was killed in action in Afghanistan on Christmas Day. So when her adored elderly aunt dies, the last thing she is expecting is to be left a theme park in her will. A theme park with a Christmas theme...And that's not the only catch. Her aunt's will stipulates that Eve mu ...

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The Wedding Diaries (by Sam Binnie)

Avon (16 Aug, 2012)

Kiki Carlow is shocked but delighted when boyfriend Thom proposes. Planning a wedding is easy, right? That’s as long as you ignore: 1. The utterly bankrupting price of the only dress you’ll ever truly love. 2. Your suddenly pregnant sister – surprise! 3. The celebrity wedding you’re covering for work which is devouring your every waking thought. 4. The Mother of the Bride. Entirely. Kiki so ...

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Persuading Annie (by Melissa Nathan)

Arrow (02 Aug, 2007)

Meet Annie Markham. Gentle, sweet and kind. Except for her dark side. A dark side called Jake Mead. Seven years ago he'd been her entire world, even though her godmother had tried to persuade her to dump him. But when the going got tough, Annie's 'tough' got going. Jake's hasty departure from her life proved that a) godmothers are cleverer than they look and b) the only thing reliable about men is that the ...

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