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The Place We Met

The Place We Met

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Cover TextLake Como, Italy, New Year's Eve. The perfect place to fall in love? Or the perfect place for everything to fall apart?
'Utterly romantic' Adele Parks
Lucy may have suffered her fair share of bad men, but now she has Pete. Finally, a man worth sharing her favourite place with, Lake Como. That's if she can put mysterious phone calls and glamorous ex-girlfriends out of her mind.
Taggie is rushed off her feet, but distraction is exactly what she needs to forget why she fled England and the sadness she left behind. She certainly doesn't have time for infuriating stranger Marco. A man is the last thing she needs right now.
Lucy and Taggie might not know it, but their lives are about to collide. The New Year might begin with fireworks - but how will it end?
The Place We Met
'A writing powerhouse' Carrie Hope Fletcher
'Heart-warming and wonderfully romantic' Rosanna Ley
'The perfect getaway read' Red
'Fresh, intelligent, sparklingly escapist' Sunday Mirror
'A beautiful and satisfying romantic book . . . I couldn't put it down' Netgalley Reviewer
Product TypeE-book
BindingElectronic Book
Publishing year2017
Publishing date01/07/2017
Pages400 pages
File size3229 Kbytes
Article no.4159235


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Isabelle Broom was born in Cambridge nine days before the 1980s began and studied Media Arts in London before joining the ranks at Heat magazine, where she remains the Book Reviews editor. Always happiest when she is off on an adventure, Isabelle now travels all over the world seeking out settings for her novels, as well as making the annual pilgrimage to her true home - the Greek island of Zakynthos. Currently based in Suffolk, where she shares a cottage with her dog Max and approximately 467 spiders, Isabelle fits her writing around a busy freelance career and tries her best not to be crushed to oblivion under her ever-growing pile of to-be-read books.