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Country Pursuits (e-bok)

Country Pursuits (e-bok)

: (Churchminster: book 1): a raunchy, rip-roaring and unashamedly romantic romp that you ll absolutely love

E-bok (EPUB - DRM), Engelska, 2008-10-14
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Fans of Jilly Cooper will devour this racy, pacy and laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from much loved author, Jo Carnegie.'Sexy, scandalous and all firmly tongue in cheek' - Heat'Carnegie gives Jilly Cooper a run for her money' - Glamour'A right corker!' - Closer'If you want pure escapism, this book is for you' -- ***** Reader review'Funny and sexy and romantic and had everything a good chick lit should have!' -- ***** Reader review'I was bereft when I finished it. Jilly Cooper watch out, Jo Carnegie is on your heels.' -- ***** Reader review'This book made me laugh out loud, cry and everything in between, definitely recommend it!! BUY IT NOW!!!' -- ***** Reader review***********************************************************THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE...The gorgeous women of Churchminster know exactly what they want - a constant flow of champagne and the love of a good man.But faced with the likes of beer-guzzling farmer Angus, foul-tempered Lord Fraser and suave banker Sebastian (devoted only to himself), their attentions are increasingly drawn to more attractive possibilities . . .Meanwhile, when a part of their beloved village comes under threat from a villainous property developer and his bulldozer, the community is united by a different kind of passion and important questions occupy their minds:Can they raise enough money to save Churchminster? And can a person actually die from too much extra-marital sex?The Churchminster adventures continue in Naked Truths...
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