The Seven Year Itch - Kate Morris Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141034033 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kate Morris / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2009-05-07 by Penguin
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Kate Morris The Seven Year Itch
Ellie has been married to Jack for seven years, has two children ...
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by Julia white - written on 09/06/10
I totally disagree with these past two reviews of The Seven Year Itch. There were no spelling mistakes. Our book club read this book last summer and all agreed it was a really good, funny, compelling read. We loved the ending which was not at all expected, certainly not cliched, sad but very convincing.
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