IOU - Helen Warner Reviews
Description:ISBN 0857201247 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Helen Warner / Hardcover / 416 Pages / Book is published 2012-03-01 by Simon & Schuster Ltd
Newest Review: ... characters in this book are family - a mother and her two daughters, and when I found that out, I thought the book would be ... more
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Helen Warner IOU
Pages: 416, Hardcover, Simon & Schuster Ltd
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
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by - written on 15/03/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Amy has enjoyed a charmed life, shopping and lunching while the nanny looks after her children. Until her world is thrown into disarray when husband Ben's business collapses overnight, taking their house and savings with it. Suddenly Amy finds herself the breadwinner. Can she rise to the challenge? Will her marriage survive such an upheaval? Or is it a case of 'Till Debt Do Us Part'? Kate has always had to struggle by, juggling her job with two children and a husband, though she wouldn't have it any other way. But her safe little world is rocked when she meets enigmatic Jack in a chance encounter. Feeling increasingly estranged from husband Miles, Kate wonders if Jack ... Read the complete review
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