The L.A. Commandments: Thou Shalt Not Fall in Love - Gillian Duffy Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Gillian Duffy / Hardcover / Book is published 2011-08-18 by Book Republic
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I have just finished reading The L.A Commandments by Gillian Duffy. The synopsis sounded like something I would really enjoy reading even though the cover of the book didn't give anything away. Plot Joanne Kavanagh and best friend Suzie pack their bags and swap dreary, depressing Dublin for the cool Californian coast. Both are determined to start a new life in the land of opportunity, leaving behind the recession and their complicated families. They make a pact at the airport to stick religiously to the 'LA Commandments', a list of ten 'Thou Shalt Nots' for their new life in LA, including 'Thou Shall Not Fall in Love,' but when Jo befriends sexy, ... Read the complete review
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