Persuade Me

by Juliet Archer

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A contemporary re-telling of Jane Austen's last completed novel, Persuasion, is the second in Juliet Archer's Darcy & Friends series. When do you let your heart rule your head? As far as men are concerned, Anna Elliot is stuck in the past. No one can compare to Rick Wentworth, the man she was persuaded to give up eight years ago...

Persuade Me Synopsis

Anna cannot forget about Rick. Meanwhile, Rick's moved on - and up. He's got a successful career and a carefully controlled love life where his heart doesn't get a look in. The words 'forgive and forget' aren't in Rick's vocabulary. The word 'regret' is definitely in Anna's. When they meet again, can she persuade him that their lost love is worth a second chance?

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ISBN: 9781906931216
Publication date: 15/09/2011
Publisher: Choc Lit
Format: Paperback

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ISBN: 9781906931216
Publication date: 15th September 2011
Author: Juliet Archer
Publisher: Choc Lit
Format: Paperback
Genres: eBook Favourites, Reading Groups, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,
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About Juliet Archer

Juliet Archer is a 19th-century mind living in a 21st-century body. Actually, some days it’s the other way round. By day, she masquerades as wife, mother and businesswoman. By night, with a glass of wine and a box of chocolates to hand, she becomes An Author.Juliet’s Darcy & Friends series are modern day versions of Jane Austen. Her debut novel, The Importance of Being Emma was short-listed for the Melissa Nathan Award for Comedy Romance 2009 and was praised by Joanna Trollope.   Juliet Archer is the Winner of the Big Red Reads Fiction Award 2011 for ...

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