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Last of the Great Romantics

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Last of the Great Romantics

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The Last of the Great Romantics by Claudia Carroll
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IT'S THE CELEBRITY WEDDING OF THE YEAR AND EVERYONE'S INVITED! Portia Davenport is officially the lucklest woman in the world. She and her drop-dead gorgeous husband, Andrew, have just finished ploughing a fortune into renovating her ancestral home, Davenport Hall, and are now planning to unveil it as one of the most fabulous, luxurious, five-star country house hotels in Kildare...But life never turns out like you think, and no sooner has the red ribbon been cut at the grand opening party, than Andrew is jetting off to New York, back to his old job, old apartment, old friends and Portia very much fears, his bachelor ways...And so the smooth running of Davenport Hall is entrusted to her beautiful younger sister, Daisy, which is a bit like leaving Country Barbie in charge of the United Nations. Especially as Eleanor Armstrong, daughter of the Irish President has chosen the Hall as the perfect backdrop for her society wedding to footballing legend, Oldcastle United's star striker and general all-round sex god, Mark Lloyd...Meanwhile, in New York Portia meets Lynn Fairweather, a single woman who's looking for Mr Right in much the same way that Scott was looking for the Antarctic. And if he just happens to be married to Portia, then that's her problem...And what is that smell coming from the cowsheds?

Author Biography

CLAUDIA CARROLL is a young Irish actress in her early thirties with many credits to her name. She currently stars in Ireland's top soap, FAIR CITY, as Nicola Prendergast, one of the most popular characters. HE LOVES ME NOT... HE LOVES ME was her debut novel. She lives in Dublin.
Release date NZ
September 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Bantam Press
Pages
329
Dimensions
154x233x28
ISBN-13
9780593053089
Product ID
1641181

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