When you fall in love do you follow your heart or use your head?
Thea Luckmore believes in love - the magic spark of true, old-fashioned, romantic love. She's determined only ever to fall head over heels, or rather, heart over head.
Alice Heggarty, her best friend, is always falling in lust - with dashing rogues who invariably break her heart. As yet another disastrous relationship ends, Alice makes a decision. It's time to marry and she knows just the man.
For Thea, a chance encounter on Primrose Hill ignites that elusive spark she's preoccupied withâ€¦ Saul Mundy promises to be the perfect fit and Thea finds herself falling in love and loving it.
But though newly wed Alice encourages Thea to settle down and conform, she finds that she's not as keen as she thought on playing by the rules. Alice starts to break them left, right and centreâ€¦ At the same time, Thea's world, in which love reigns supreme, is shaken to core.
When it comes to love, should you listen to your head, your heart, or your best friend?
Praise for Freya North:
â€˜Freya North makes serious observations about the fear of the commitment in this funny debut novel' Womans Journal
'Read of the month...settle down and indulge' Cosmopolitan
'Passion, guilt, envy love and sex, topped with lashings of laughs. Freya North has done it again, only better' Express
'Freya North is on a roll...stamped with foxy, feelgood flair' She Magazine
Publication date: 07/02/2005
Publisher: Harper Collins
Format: Trade Paperback
|Publication date:||7th February 2005|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Family Drama, Relationship Stories,|
Freya North was our Guest Editor in June 2014 - click here - to see the books that inspired her writing. Freya North was born in London but lives in rural Hertfordshire with her family and other animals, where she writes from a stable in her back garden. A passionate reader since childhood, Freya was originally inspired by Mary Wesley, Rose Tremain and Barbara Trapido – fiction with strong female leads and original, sometimes eccentric, characters. In 2012 she set up, and now runs, the Hertford Children’s Book Festival. She is also a judge for the CPRE Rural Living Awards, ...More About Freya North