Something from Tiffany's
By Melissa Hill
New novel from the international bestselling chick-lit writer who keeps you guessing to the very end.
Doesn't every girl dream of getting . . . something from Tiffany's?
'The kind of book that you can't put down' - Sunday Independent
It's Christmas Eve. And on 5th Avenue in New York City, two very different men are shopping for gifts for the women they love.
Gary is buying his girlfriend Rachel a charm bracelet. Partly to thank her for paying for their holiday-of-a-lifetime to New York. But mainly because he's left his Christmas shopping far too late.
Whereas Ethan's looking for something a little more special - an engagement ring for the first woman to have made him happy since he lost the love of his life.
But when the two men's shopping bags get confused, and Rachel somehow ends up with Ethan's ring, the couples' lives become intertwined. And, as Ethan tries to reunite the ring with the woman it was actually intended for, he finds it trickier than expected.
Does fate have other ideas for the couples? Or is there simply a bit of Tiffany's magic in the air . . .
Melissa Hill lives with her husband Kevin, their daughter Carrie, and their dog Homer in Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Previous titles, including The Charm Bracelet, Something from Tiffany's, The Truth About You and Please Forgive Me have all been bestsellers, and her books have been translated into twenty-three different languages. She is a Number One bestseller in Ireland and Italy.
You can find out more at www.melissahill.info and at www.facebook.com/melissahillbooks or follow Melissa on Twitter @melissahillbks.
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27 Oct 2011
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'You'll love this enchanting, warm and fun read' **** — Closer
'Another blissfully escapist read that also keeps readers guessing from page to page... a bit of modern fairy-tale magic... an absorbing tale' — Irish Independent
Praise for Melissa Hill:
'Hill's ninth paperback is a blissfully escapist romp, with a hint of mystery.'
— Marie Claire
A gulp-in-one-go page-turner — Evening Herald
'A thriller of a novel that will keep you turning the pages until the very end' — Woman
'The kind of book that you can't put down' — Sunday Independent
'Be warned, you won't want to put it down' — Sunday World
'Laugh-out-loud humour and a thrill to read' — B
More twists and turns than a rollercoaster - a cracker of a read — Mail on Sunday on THE LAST TO KNOW