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Dashing, dishy and utterly uninterested. No one else can compete.

Lara Fenton is obsessed with finding a man, especially since her best friend Julie got engaged. Salvation soon arrives in the divine form of Hugh Armstrong-Hamilton.

Yes, Hugh has his faults, but who doesn’t? So what if he never picks up the bill? Big deal if he cancels dates at the last moment. And who cares about a few insults from his snooty friends? Hugh is a god – her god, and any other man would seem like second prize in comparison. Or would they . . .?

Praise for Chrissie Manby

‘A laugh-every page, romping read. Excellent!’ – B Magazine

‘Clear-sighted emotional honesty’ – Good Book Guide

Reviews

Praise for Chris Manby: 'Hilarious city-girl comedy with a message about facing up to who you are'
<i>Cosmopolitan</i>
With a marriage of comic invention and some clear-sighted emotional honesty, this novel can move as well as amuse
<i>Good Book Guide</i>
Feelgood romantic comedy for those experiencing, anticipating or vaguely remembering thirtysomething angst
<i>Scotsman</i>
A laugh-every page, romping read. Excellent!
<I>B Magazine</I> on RUNNING AWAY FROM RICHARD
Very funny, hugely feel-good . . . tremendous
Fiona Walker on LIZZIE JORDAN'S SECRET LIFE
Light-hearted romp of sun, sea, sand and sex
<I>Hello</I> on SEVEN SUNNY DAYS