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The Wedding Day (2004)

by Catherine Alliott

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The story of Annie O'Harran who is still recovering from the breakup of her marriage because her husband cheated on her almost nonstop and is already engaged to the "perfect" man. Annie and daughter Flora decide to vacation on the Cornish coast for the summer while Annie finishes writing her book, and things get interesting. Light and fluffy, perfect for the pool or beach, and just when you think it is going to be like every other chick lit book out there, the author throws in a few surprises. ( )
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This one's for my mate Sarah
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'So you don't think she'll mind?' I asked again, comming back to the breakfast table with two slopping mugs of coffee.
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Annie O'Harran is the wrong side of thirty.
A harrassed single mother, she's escaped her faithless first husband with a few shreds of dignity intact, and against all expectations - met her hero. She has a blissful summer ahead to plan her wedding.
But first Annie must escape the constant interruptions of her tiny Fulham house, and surround herself with clam to meet the horrible deadline set by the only publisher ever to have expressed interest in her writing. Giving mad Aunt-to-be Gertrude a cameo role in her novel is surely a small price to pay for the loan of a fabulous writer's retreat on a Cornish cliff with its own private beach?
But no sooner has she arrived in Cornwall, than the doorbell starts ringing. Everyone, it seems, from her competitive sister and noisy brood, to her louche ex-husband and his nubile young girlfriend, has had the same idea for their summer holidays. And then there's the houseguest who doesn't even bother to knock...Just as ong as none of them affects her big day at the end of the summer...
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Annie O'Harran is the wrong side of 30. A harassed single mother, she's escaped her faithless first husband with a few shreds of dignity intact, and against all expectations - met her hero. David Palmer is a kind and gentle doctor with a private practice, and Annie has a blissful summer ahead to plan their wedding.… (more)

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