Ready Or Not?

by Chris Manby

eBooks of the Month Family Drama Relationship Stories

LoveReading View on Ready Or Not?

As the chics who started the chic-lit trend get older, so too does their subject matter.  This lovely writer is now into book number seven and tackles the fear of committing to a baby, the girl’s fear!  Nice one.

Comparison: Fiona Walker, Sheila O’Flanagan, Catherine Alliott.
Similar this month: Jill Mansell, Sarah Jackman.

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Ready Or Not? Synopsis

Every bride is entitled to some pre-wedding jitters. And what girl wouldn’t think twice about marriage when her fiancé gets his eyebrows shaved off just in time to look horrendous for the photographs . . . But what if it’s not the ceremony that freaks you out but the happy ever after? Heidi Savage is wondering whether she can really forsake all others for macho, beer-swilling Ed. And how can a couple who’ve never even been baby-sitters be ready to start a family of their own? Will the answer come in the form of her ex-boyfriend Steven? Grown-up, gorgeous and good-with-children. Is Heidi’s dilemma simply a case of right shoes, right dress, wrong husband?

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ISBN: 9780340838662
Publication date: 04/07/2005
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780340838662
Publication date: 4th July 2005
Author: Chris Manby
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 320 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Family Drama, Relationship Stories,
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

About Chris Manby

Chris Manby is editor/contributor to the Girls’ Night In anthologies, which have so far raised more than £900,000 for humanitarian organisation War Child, and topped book charts all over the world. Raised in Gloucester, Chris now lives between London and Los Angeles. Her hobbies include reading in-flight magazines and she hopes that continually crossing time zones is an effective anti-ageing strategy.Photograph © Michael Pilkington

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