Alphabet Weekends

by Elizabeth Noble

eBooks of the Month Family Drama Relationship Stories

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As “heartbroken therapy” Natalie’s old friend Tom suggests weekend activities to distract, and of course, unbeknownst to her, woo her.  They start with abseiling.  Into this charming scenario the reader is introduced to more heartbroken characters suffering for different reasons and we spend the book rooting for them all.  This is quite lovely, right back up to the standard of her first, The Reading Group, and well worth wallowing in.

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Alphabet Weekends Synopsis

 Love lessons from A – Z A is for Affection – between childhood best friends ; between their parents; between brothers and sisters. B is for Brokenhearted - Natalie when the boyfriend who was meant to propose dumps her just before Christmas. Her mother when she realises what her life has come to. Lucy, as she thinks of ending one relationship, and maybe beginning another. C is for Chemistry - Could Natalie and Tom have it (and what does it actually mean, anyway)? Number One bestselling author Elizabeth Noble's new novel is a tender, funny tale about love in all its guises.

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ISBN: 9780340838075
Publication date: 16/01/2006
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback (b Format)

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ISBN: 9780340838075
Publication date: 16th January 2006
Author: Elizabeth Noble
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback (b Format)
Genres: eBook Favourites, Family Drama, Relationship Stories,
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About Elizabeth Noble

Elizabeth Noble lives in New York and Surrey with her husband and two daughters. Her six previous novels, The Reading Group, The Friendship Test (formerly published as The Tenko Club), Alphabet Weekends, Things I Want My Daughters to Know, The Girl Next Door and The Way We Were, were all Sunday Times bestsellers, with The Reading Group reaching Number One.

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