A Perfect Divorce - Francesca Clementis Reviews
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Francesca Clementis A Perfect Divorce
Pages: 320, Paperback, Piatkus Books
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
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by - written on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I thought I would do a review on something that wasn't Christmas themed or received as a present, so of course I have fallen back on my trusted book club and the latest addition. The book I will now review is - "A perfect divorce, by Francesca Clements". The basic premise for the story is this - Jenny and Mark have been a couple since they were 15 years old. It has taken them a further fifteen years to finally take the plunge and get married. After 10 months of bliss, and crappy video's, which is a passion of theirs Jenny finds that her biological clock has started ticking. The problem is Jenny is now 38, and has never really ... Read the complete review
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