Ready or Not? - Chris Manby Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340838663 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Chris Manby / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2005-07-04 by Hodder ... more
Newest Review: ... this highlights a rift between the pair - Ed cant wait to have children and is great with them but Heidi on the other hand ... more
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Chrissie Manby Ready or Not?
Every bride is entitled to some pre - wedding jitters. But what i ...
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by - written on 20/09/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I hadn't heard of Chris Manby before so when I spotted this offering in The Works as part of a 3 for £5 deal I did initially see if they had anything else. However they did not have anything else which appealed to me so therefore I thought I would pick this one up anyway, after all at this price what did I have to lose?! *Plot* Heidi is engaged to Ed. She is quite happy in her life and is looking forward to their upcoming nuptials. Her best friend Kara has recently had a baby and this has made Heidi realise she will be ready for no baby in her life anytime soon. Therefore, when Kara keeps dumping baby Forrester on Heidi and Ed, this highlights a rift ... Read the complete review
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