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Born in London, Jane Sigaloff has always been a city girl at heart. After studying history at Oxford University she entered the allegedly glamorous world of television, beginning her career as tea and coffee co-ordinator for Nickolodeon UK.
Progressing to researcher and then to assistanct producer, her contracts took her to MTV and finally to the BBC, where she worked for several years.
Since 2000 Jane has enjoyed a double life as a part-time PA which has given her more time to write and feel guilty about not going to the gym. Jane's novels include Lost and Found, Technical Hitch, Like Mother, Like Daughter and Confessions of an Agony Aunt.
A funny heart-warming read . Some very good observations in this, I found myself thinking â€œthank goodness Iâ€™m not the only one who does thatâ€ on several occasions. Instead of struggling to find Mr Perfect and then get him to commit, Maggie Hunter has exactly the opposite problem. The perfect man wants her to live with him and all she can think is she doesnâ€™t want to relinquish her freedom, her flat or her nights in bleaching arm hair. Great characters and good fun.
Her diary had never let her down, never told her it was too busy, never not been there for her. Unlike men!Now the unthinkable had happened....For high-flying London lawyer (and self-confessed control freak) Sam Washington, accidentally leaving her diary in a New York hotel room is a fate worse than death! Tormented by the idea of a stranger reading her innermost thoughts, she knows there's also a secret in her little black book that, in the wrong hands, would devastate her best friend and cause a tabloid sensation....Alarm bells start ringing when TV producer Ben Fisher turns up on her doorstep-fresh off the plane from New York...and desperately seeking Sam. They're complete strangers, yet he seems to know more than a little about her: Has he found her diary? Has he read it? Sam resolves to find out by getting closer to Ben-who seems happy to oblige! Only, is his mind on kissing...or just telling?