The Importance of Being Married - Gemma Townley Reviews
Description:ISBN 1409102157 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Gemma Townley / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2009-01-22 by Orion
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A wild(e)ly funny rom - com about the hunt for a husband
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by - written on 01/04/09, updated on 01/04/09 (Very useful, 211 readings)
I know you really shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but I am terrible and always do. I can't help it, if its pretty or eye-catching then generally it'll be interesting to me and I'll want to read it and thats what happened with this book, its unusual and attractive green cover jumped out at me off the bookshelf and I decided to take a chance on an author I'd never heard of before. I am glad I did because I really enjoyed the book, and will be looking for more by Gemma Townley. Jessica Wilde isn't too interested in relationships, so when her elderly and ill friend Grace keeps pestering her about finding a man, Jessica decides to make one up, to the point ... Read the complete review
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