Chick Lit (13)
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    “THE TRUTH ABOUT ELLEN is one of my favorite chick-lit novels… It’s part Bridget Jones, part Sophie Kinsella, and all fun!”

    “I love the way you are drawn into Ellen’s world, I was so drawn in the book only took me two days to finish, I literally couldn’t put it down.”

    When Ellen starts dating Tom, she neglects to mention that she’s a huge fan of the band he used to be in, because that just wouldn’t be cool, would it?

    Ellen also keeps quiet about how she once spent an evening with Tom’s ex-best friend Jasper, her long-term celebrity crush. Tom doesn’t need to know about that, it’s all in the past.

    That is until Tom and Jasper get back in touch… and the truth threatens to ruin everything.


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    UNREQUITED ALICE.
    The long anticipated next novel from four-times bestselling British author, Sarah Louise Smith.

    “I stared at my suitcase, contemplating the following three facts:
    1.After months of planning, it was finally time for Hannah’s hen weekend.
    2.In just one more month, she’d be getting married to Ed.
    3.I really had to fall out of love with Ed before the wedding.”

    A bridesmaid really shouldn’t be in love with the groom…but Alice just can’t help herself. Ed is her perfect man, and she can’t get him out of her head.

    Until she meets Toby – who offers to help her move on. But what if he’s just setting her up for an even bigger fall?


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    Lady Aurelia Osbourne-Lloyd has long wished her bank balance was as big as her name. But her home, Leydale Park, is more of a pile in a state than stately pile, and with her father off ‘finding himself’ in Thailand, it’s up to her to turn the family fortunes around by entertaining demanding tourists.

    When – thanks to her father’s interference – a Hollywood production company chooses the estate as a location for a Regency movie, a whole new level of chaos enters Aurelia’s life. Her quiet days shattered and privacy non-existent, she has no choice but to go with the flow and let them take over.

    Never mind the added distraction of dishy leading man, Xander Lord, who may have an ulterior motive for wanting to get close to her…

    Can Aurelia keep her cool in light of all the upheaval?