Second Prize - Chris Manby Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340837233 / Author: Chris Manby / Genre: Fiction
Newest Review: ... get married, it leaves Lara in a bit of a sticky situation with her flat share and she needs to find someone to pay half the ... more
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Chrissie Manby Second Prize
Dashing, dishy and utterly uninterested. No one else can compete. ...
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by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
This is a review of the 1997 book 'Second Prize' by Chris Manby. The title of the book refers to people who settle for second best when it comes to settling down and being in a relationship. ***A bit about the book (but not too much!) *** The story centres on Lara Fenton who just can't seem to meet a nice man. Her best friend Julie has got it all, the man, the engagement, the wedding and the christening. She tries to help Lara in her quest for a decent man but sometimes her guidance is not helpful. Lara meets Hugh Armstrong-Hamilton, a posh but strange (and tight) financial whizz. When it's time for Julie to get married, it leaves Lara in a ... Read the complete review
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