The Lost Guide to Life and Love - Sharon Griffiths Reviews
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Newest Review: ... she investigates the area - and finds more than a few surprises.Intrigued to learn that, as an only child, she has family in ... more
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by - written on 24/01/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
The Lost Guide To Love is a chick-lit novel by Welsh author Sharon Grifiths. The book was released in the United Kingdom in 2009 and so is fairly recent. The book is currently available to buy from Amazon for a price of £1.99. I got my copy from The Works as part of a 3 books for £5 offer. ~ * The Plot * ~ Follow food writer Tilly Flint as she discovers her roots, her sense of adventure and the secret to happiness in this timeless, inventive tale for fans of Eva Rice and Elizabeth Noble.Do the answers to Tilly Flint's future lie in her past?In a nightclub full of the rich and famous, a glamorous model leaps from a window and escapes into the night. Food ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
When food writer Tilly Flint blags her way into a flash, celebrity filled nightclub and witnesses a top model disappear into the night, she has no idea how her life will change, and what events will spiral from that very night... Along with her boyfriend Jake, she decides to head to a remote village in the Pennines shortly afterwards, but this is no romantic getaway, as her relationship is rapidly floundering and both Tilly and Jake are taking the trip with work in mind. After a massive argument Tilly decides enough is enough and vows to stay in their rented cottage alone, and herself and Jake part terms. He expects her to come running back to him, but she is ... Read the complete review
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