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The Birds and the Bees by Milly Johnson
  

The Birds and the Bees

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A warm, tender tale of love and betrayal from an author with a lovely touch and the ability to produce the unexpected, always with a twist of humour. I love her.

Comparison: Jill Mansell, Carole Matthews, Carmen Reid.

If you like Milly Johnson you might also like to read books by Trisha Ashley, Adriana Trigiani and Lou Wakefield.

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Synopsis

The Birds and the Bees by Milly Johnson

Romance writer Stevie was devastated when, pregnant with her first child, her husband ran off with another woman. Four years on, she has pulled her life back together. She has a lively son, Danny, and, in a few weeks' time, she will marry new love Matthew. The betrayals of the past seem behind her.

But one night, Stevie receives a visit from Adam McLean - the husband of her friend , Jo. Adam claims Jo and Matthew are having an affair. At first Stevie rejects Adam's offer to team-up, but when, a week later, she finds herself dumped and left to find a place to live and cancel a wedding, Stevie decides that desperate times call for desperate measures.

Adam's plan is to make their former partners jealous by pretending to be a couple. While Stevie sees the logic in this, the situation is complicated by the fact that, thanks to Jo's malicious lies, she and Adam each hold a deep-seated prejudice against the other.

Will they manage to overcome their misconceptions? And, if they do, will they want their cheating partners back?

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`Another gem from Milly Johnson' * The Sun on Sunshine Over Wildflower Cottage * `An irresistibly warm and romantic read
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About the Author

Milly Johnson

Milly Johnson is a joke-writer, greetings card creator, newspaper columnist, after-dinner speaker, poet, actress, winner of Come Dine with Me, Sunday Times Top Ten author and recipient of Yorkshire Society Award For Arts and Culture 2015. You can find more about the Yorkshire Society at www.yorkshiresociety.org.uk

She is half-Yorkshire, half-Glaswegian so don’t expect her to buy the first round.

She likes cruising on big ships, sparkling afternoon teas, sunshine and birds of prey. She does not like marzipan or lamb chops.

She is proud patron of two fabulous charities: Yorkshire Cat Rescue

(www.yorkshirecatrescue.org) and The Well (www.thewellatthecore.co.uk) which is a complementary therapy centre for cancer patients.

She lives happily in Barnsley with her two teenage sons, Teddy the dog and two very spoilt cats. Her mam and dad live in t’next street.

Afternoon Tea at the Sunflower Café is her eleventh book.

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Publication date

4th February 2008

Author

Milly Johnson

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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Ltd

Format

Paperback
448 pages

Categories

Relationship Stories
Romantic Fiction
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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9781849834094

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