Knowing Me Knowing You - Mandy Baggot Reviews
Description:ISBN 1908147601 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Mandy Baggot / Paperback / 394 Pages / Book is published 2011-02-11 by YouWriteOn.com
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by - written on 29/09/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Knowing Me Knowing you is the second book I have read by Mandy Baggot. The previous book Breaking the Ice was an enjoyable read but in my opinion after reading Knowing Me Knowing you this book is on a totally different level. Plot KNOWING ME KNOWING YOU - BRING ON THE LOVE! Recently single mother Kate is struggling. Clinging on to a career and bringing up her 2 year old daughter leads to nights alone drowning her sorrows in the cheapest white wine she can find. Forced to employ Joel, a male escort, to accompany her to a professionals' dinner, Kate somehow ends up in the middle of a relationship contest, competing for a £100,000 prize alongside someone she ... Read the complete review
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