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Description First-time parents and forbidden love...Two wildly different couples meet in an antenatal class and loathe each other on sight. Flashy Hugo and Amanda plan to five-star birthing experience with privat... more

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Description When Anna is dumped by her rich boyfriend, she vows to give up men and concentrate on her career. However, when she finds herself working for a social climber from hell she can't wait to escape. Jamie... more

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Description Kate, a journalist in a small northern town, is fed up with covering black-pudding championships for the Slackmucklethwaite Mercury and living with Mum, Dad and Gran in a semi called Wits End. When ev... more

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Good

A good storyline, cheap

A good storyline, cheap

...Wendy Holden: Beautiful People I bought this book from Sainsbury's a couple of weeks ago, it was two books for £7, which is good value as I bought this book whose RRP is £6.99, and Jane Green's The Beach House, which has the same RRP. Beautiful People is 695 pages long, with 58 chapters, so it's quite a long book and if your not used to reading books and if you don't have much...

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Satisfactory

Not a lot

I paid for the book!

...Author Wendy Holden was born in Yorkshire and then after discovering her love for Literature moved on to read English at Cambridge. She met her husband at Cambridge and her first job was working on an arts magazine called Apollo. Her second job saw her move through the ranks from editorial assistant of a foreign diplomat?s magazine to Editor. She then moved from there to a number...

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Super

“Nice Work, Wendy”

published 01/11/2014

Funny, believable characters with the right amount of send-up

It's still "chick lit" *shudder at the phrase*

...I had read one Wendy Holden book before this and I recalled enjoying her style of writing. One thing that stuck in my memory was her characters, whilst being quite over the top, were tongue in cheek, her protagonists likeable and also they were all prone to sharp one-liners born out of sarcasm, which suits my sense of humour down to a T (in the case of this book, Mark?s asides are a good case in...

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