Crossed Wires - Rosy Thornton Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755345541 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Rosy Thornton / Hardcover / 320 Pages / Book is published 2008-12-11 by Headline Review
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by - written on 14/02/09 (Very useful, 191 readings)
I'm always on the lookout for new authors because I very much enjoy discovering books I otherwise would have ignored. I've uncovered some real gems this way, particularly now that I work at the library and this was one such find. My colleague told me she'd just read a book by an author she didn't know before and when I asked who it was, she told me it was Rosy Thornton. I had a quick browse on the shelves and found a book entitled "Crossed Wires". It's pink shaded cover screamed out chick lit to me so I was instantly happy and looked forward to devouring it. Mina and Peter don't know each other, but they're about to strike up an unusual friendship. ... Read the complete review
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