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A story filled with very complicated relationships, emotions and wonderful descriptions of the countryside and horses. Sexual, intense and well worth a read, it deals with extra-marital affairs and children who have the same father but different families. Lots of characters, lots going on and lots of incident make for an involved, fun read.
Similar this month: None but try Alan Titchmarsh.
Comparison: Catherine Alliott, Jilly Cooper, Veronica Henry.
One is no fun
Broken-hearted beauty Dilly Gently is an impossible romantic. She just knows her soul mate is out there â€“ somewhere â€¦
Two is double trouble
Her best friend Nell doesnât believe in soul mates. But she does believe in fun. And her dashing twin brother Flipper is just the man to show Dilly a good time.
Three is definitely a crowd
Dilly would rather be sharing soulful glances with gorgeous blond Magnus. But Nell has plans for him herself.
Itâs all building up to some delicious Four play â€¦
Despite her broken heart, when Dilly Gently joins Magnus Olensenâs new band, the chemistry between them is explosive. Both impossibly romantic dizzy blondes with the souls of poets, they could be made for each other. But before they have chance to declare themselves, Dillyâs friend Nell confides that she has a huge crush on Magnus, and Dilly nobly steps down in order to play reluctant matchmaker. Nell returns the favour by setting her friend up with her dashing twin brother Flipper. But Flipper the bounder is not a good rebound for a true romantic. He hides a secret that could break Dillyâs heart all over again . . .
Publication date: 17/05/2007
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
|Publication date:||17th May 2007|
|Publisher:||Hodder & Stoughton General Division|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
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. Author photo © Richard DunkleyMore About Fiona Walker