A Funny Thing About Love - Rebecca Farnworth Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099527189 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Rebecca Farnworth / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-05 by Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 29/07/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have mentioned in previous reviews that I recently went to my local library to stock up on some novels, all chick lit I might add, as an attempt to pass the time, as I await the birth of baby number 1. One of the novels that I picked up that was a little bit of a risk, given that I didn't remember ever having heard of the author before, was this book 'A Funny Thing About Love' by Rebecca Farnworth. This novel follows the highs and lows of Carmen Miller, who at the beginning of the book is in an unfufilling job as a comedy agent, working for a terrible corporate female boss. The only bonuses are some of the other people that she works alongside such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Carmen Miller thought she was set up in her life - she has a good job at a comedy agency, she has a great flirty banter with Will from her office who she's pretty sure likes her too, and she has a great group of friends. However, when her ex-husband gives her a call to say his new girlfriend is pregnant, Carmen starts to feel like she's losing control of her life a little bit. When she's offered the chance to move to Brighton, Carmen grabs it with both hands hoping a fresh start is just what she needs. When there, she bumps into single dad Daniel and is immediately smitten... however, Carmen's hiding a big secret that she is sure will jeopardise the future of her ... Read the complete review
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