Flirty, razor sharp wit blended with lots of passion and inter-flatmate rivalry make a delicious cocktail of a read. Ugly duckling Alex decides to not let herself be the bottom of the heap and beat her three flatmates in the games they play with men.
At twenty-seven, Alex Wilde feels like her life is going nowhere. She's stuck in a dead-end job and her relationship history is a tale of woe. What's more, she's put on a few pounds lately...Sharing a house with three gorgeous girls doesn't help. Her sister Gail got more than her fair share of the good genes, Keisha is an ice-cool man-magnet and Bronwen is so hip it hurts. With competition like this, is it any wonder Alex feels so inadequate? Alex has two choices: she can retreat to the safety of her duvet and stuff herself with chocolate or she can smarten up her act and face the world head on. Never one to choose the easy option, Alex realises she needs to up her game if she wants to stay in it...
Closing date: 03/07/2018
'Bagshawe has the classic blockbuster formula at her fingertips and she's not afraid to use it' Daily Mail
Publication date: 21/02/2008
Publisher: Headline Review an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
|Publication date:||21st February 2008|
|Publisher:||Headline Review an imprint of Headline Publishing Group|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Top Ten bestseller Louise Bagshawe attended local Catholic schools near her family home in London, before going to Oxford University in 1989. After graduating with a degree in Anglo Saxon and Norse, Louise worked as press officer with EMI records and then as a marketing official with Sony Music. On her 22nd birthday, Louise's passion for writing was realised with a major publishing deal. She is the author of fifteen novels, published in more than eight languages, most recently the massive Sunday Times bestsellers Passion and Glitz. She lives in Northamptonshire with her family and has been the Parliamentary Candidate for ...More About Louise Bagshawe