Perfect Meringues - Laurie Graham Reviews
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by - written on 30/03/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Forty-something Lizzie Partridge is a cookery "expert" on "Midlands this Morning", a kind of poor man's provincial version of ITV's "This Morning". The job hasn't brought her the fame and success she'd hoped for, but then neither had she expected to be divorced and bringing up the teenager from hell. She endures a series of disastrous dates with a bunch of seriously weird misfits and cries on the shoulder of best friend - and Midlands This Morning's resident astrologer - Louie, who would be the perfect husband, if only he wasn't also her gay best friend. One day when out shopping, Lizzie sets her sights on a new man, who she's seen putting a Read the complete review
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