I Take This Man - Valerie Frankel Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755336755 / Genre: Romance / Author: Valerie Frankel / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2007-04-05 by Little Black Dress
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by - written on 22/08/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
On my recent holiday I ended up doing a lot of reading and had finished the three books I had taken away with me. So when we were visiting a nearby little town that had a charity shop I popped in to see if there were any books that looked worth reading. Most of them weren't really my thing but I found "I take this man" which looked ok and was only 50p so I thought it would be fine for some extra holiday reading. The book is by Valerie Frankel who is an American author and appears to have written 6 other books although I have never heard of her before. The book is a "little black dress book" which seems to be a collection of romantic ... Read the complete review
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