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    • ISBN:9781848943476
    • Publication date:29 Oct 2009

Kiss Chase

By Fiona Walker

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A re-issue of Fiona Walker's hilarious tale of love, lust and revenge with a stunning new jacket look.

Felix Sylvian is a charming, silken-tongued dilettante, he has the sex-appeal of a school-girl's day-dream and the soul of a poet. But he has one nasty habit he can't seem to break: a sadistic tendency to ride rough-shod over any girl foolish enough to fall for him.

Saskia Seaton is Felix's latest victim. Once a beautiful, precocious aspiring actress, she is now a suicidal wreck after a whirlwind affair with Felix and a force ten finale. Retreating to lick her wounded pride, she decides she wants poetic justice.

And her friend Phoebe's the one to get it. With Saskia's help, Phoebe will become Felix's dream woman. She will pursue him across his London playground and seduce him until he falls in love with her and then she'll drop him just as he has so many women in the past.

But Phoebe doesn't realise that when she tries to break Felix's nasty habit, she'll find herself breaking her own heart ...

Biographical Notes

Fiona Walker, whose novels have been Sunday Times bestsellers, leads the field as the voice of young, media-aware women. She lives in Somerset with her partner and two children plus an assortment of horses and dogs.

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  • ISBN: 9780340635155
  • Publication date: 06 Jul 1996
  • Page count: 816
  • Imprint: Coronet
Walker's style is up-beat and wisecracking, whatever the emotional weather — The Express on Sunday
Hate to love via a one-night stand, misunderstandings and a barrel load of one-liners. You'll love every minute of this book — Company
Fiona Walker does it again with her latest serving of whimsical banter and feisty characters. ... Fast, furious and fruity — 19
A good choice for a light and frothy summer beach read — Miss London
Veritable romps through the light hearted side of life. — GQ Magazine
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