Nine Uses for an Ex-Boyfriend

by Sarra Manning

Books of the Month - <b>July</b> Relationship Stories Sagas and Romance

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February 2012 Book of the Month.

Anyone who has been through a break up with a long term first love will totally relate to the characters in this sexy, funny, witty and well written romantic novel. The dilemma is simple. What do you do if you catch your boyfriend passionately kissing your best friend; try to save the relationship or move on?

Sarah Broadhurst

Nine Uses for an Ex-Boyfriend Synopsis

Hope Delafield hasn't always had an easy life. She has red hair and a temper to match, as her mother is constantly reminding her. She can't wear heels, is terrified of heights and being a primary school teacher isn't exactly the job she dreamed of doing, especially when her class are stuck on the two times table. At least Hope has Jack, and Jack is the God of boyfriends. He's sweet, kind, funny, has a killer smile, a cool job on a fashion magazine and he's pretty (but in a manly way). Hope knew that Jack was The One ever since their first kiss after the Youth Club Disco and thirteen years later, they're still totally in love. Totally. They're even officially pre-engaged. And then Hope catches Jack kissing her best friend Susie...Does true love forgive and forget? Or does it get mad ...and get even?

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ISBN: 9780552163286
Publication date: 02/02/2012
Publisher: Corgi Books an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780552163286
Publication date: 2nd February 2012
Author: Sarra Manning
Publisher: Corgi Books an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 528 pages
Genres: Books of the Month, Relationship Stories, Sagas and Romance,
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

About Sarra Manning

Sarra Manning's writing career started on the music paper, Melody Maker and involved a long stint on the legendary teen mag, Just Seventeen before she went on to edit Elle Girl and What to Wear.Now known for her bestselling teen fiction, which includes the books Guitar Girl and Let's Get Lost, Sarra also writes for ELLE, InStyle, Grazia, Red, You Magazine, Stella and the Guardian.

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