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A new novel about love, friendship and personal ads by fastclimber bestselling author Manby, backed by TV advertising.
Why is it that your best friend always seems to end up with men who treat her badly? Why is that your best male friend seems intent on dating the kind of girl who thinks that Nietzche is an STD? Why is it that your own little black book looks more and more like the non-celeb client list of the Priory? Why can't any of you find someone quite right?
Ruby, Martin and Lou are three old friends who have spent too much time talking about the ones that got away. Facing another summer without love, they decide to approach the dating dilemma in the way they approached finding flatmates. They're going to place personal ads. For one another.
About the Author
Chrissie Manby is the author of fourteen romantic comedy novels including The Matchbreaker and Crazy in Love. Raised in Gloucester, Chrissie now lives in London. Her life is a tragic merry-go-round of parties, spa breaks and buying shoes.
Martin, Lou and Ruby are flatmates in their early 30s and single. Ruby has just been dumped by an office fling who 'accidentally' sent his final email to the whole company; Lou has lost her heart to a man seen once on the train; and Martin's romance with a girl whom he met when she was dressed as a squirrel has ended humiliatingly. As another hot and lovely summer approaches without love, they realize that the only way they will see any action is by developing a flawless plan. Attending a particularly alcoholic wedding reception, they discover that the happy couple met through personal ads. So, Lou suggests, why shouldn't they try the same plan? Moreover, they will write each others' ads - and choose each others' blind dates. Martin and Ruby aren't convinced, but it seems like their only hope. Then the prospective partners start turning up, and, what with the penny-pinching anorak wearer and the bondage fetishist, the friends begin to wonder whether it was such a good idea after all.... A frothy mix of comic situations and home truths, this is a funny, fast-moving and eminently readable novel. (Kirkus UK)
Published: 1st February 2003
Dimensions (cm): 17.501 x 11.100 x 2.794
Weight (kg): 0.227