Do You Come Here Often? - Alexandra Potter Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340919647 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Alexandra Potter / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2010-01-21 by Hodder Paperbacks
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Do You Come Here Often was first published in march 2004 by Back Swan, it was then re-published in January 2010 by Hodder, with a new cover more in keeping with the floral chick lit design of her more recent novels also published by Hodder. Alexandra Potter is a British born author who now lives and works in L.A. She has worked as a features editor and sub-editor for women's magazines in the U.K and now writes full time. ~Plot~ Grace has been with fiancÚ Spencer for a long time; with no mention of marriage they have dropped into a routine that, while being comfortable, seems to be going nowhere. Jimi's well on his way to being ... Read the complete review
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