The Great Escape - Fiona Gibson Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847562604 / Genre: Humour / Author: Fiona Gibson / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2012-02-16 by Avon
Newest Review: ... was a little more hard reading than her previous novels, and certainly the subject matters are a bit more serious as well. ... more
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Pages: 400, Paperback, Avon
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by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Hannah's getting married... and has serious pre-wedding jitters. She adores Ryan but can't figure out how to fit into his grown-up, family-sized life. There's that fridge, for starters. That, too, is family-sized, with a gadget on the front that spits ice in her face. More alarming still are Ryan's children, Daisy, 10 and Josh, 13, who clearly don't relish the prospect of Hannah, a free-spirited greetings card illustrator, becoming their step-mum. So she fires off invitations to a hen weekend - just the ticket to get her into the marrying mood. Trouble is... New mum Sadie is leaving her twin babies for the very first time with their terrified dad... Lou is unaware that .. Read the complete review
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