Unashamedly romantic stuff. Becca is setting up men with the brides of their dreams, all in the most discreet and subtle manner of course, then suddenly finds herself with a female client, Sam, who wants Becca to find a groom for her. Fed up with the dating scene herself, Becca agrees but soon finds maybe she is not so fed up with men as she thought. Romantic and funny, treat yourself.
Comparison: Chris Manby, Kate Harrison, Sophie Kinsella.
Becca Orchard is the Bride Hunter... the woman filthy rich executives turn to when they decide it's time to supplement the perfect house, the perfect car and the perfect job with the perfect wife.
Sacked by her ex-lover (and boss) from her corporate head-hunting job, Becca has turned her hand to playing the world's most ruthless cupid. She knows marriages aren't made in heaven - and her success rate speaks for itself. Though she never advertises, and most clients choose to keep her involvement secret, her reputation is growing. So much so that a phone call brings her first ever female client, Sam, who is uncompromising in her husband wish-list.
Sam's ever-growing demands threaten to take Becca away from her other match-making assignments, involving a groom-to-be who doesn't even know his employers are setting him up. With three love lives in her control, it's a good job Becca's single. But when a man who meets all of Sam's demands appears on the scene, it's time for Becca to examine her own feelings. And work out whether finding true love really is as simple as matching up CVs…
Closing date: 03/07/2018
Publication date: 20/03/2008
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
|Publication date:||20th March 2008|
|Publisher:||Orion Publishing Co|
|Genres:||Debuts of the Month, eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,|
Amy Appleton was born in Lancashire but was lured to London ten years ago and fell in love with Regent's Park, Routemaster buses and the river. When she's not writing, she 'researches' bars and restaurants for scenes in her novels, speed-shops on eBay and watches far too many slushy romantic comedies.More About Amy Appleton