A HEATWAVE BRINGS EMOTIONS TO BOILING POINT… It is high summer in London and trouble is brewing. Chef Dan should be blissfully happy. He has the woman of his dreams and a job in a trendy Hampstead bistro. But his over-anxious partner, engrossed in their baby, has no time for him. Stressed doctor Geoff finds solace in the arms of a mercurial actress. Journalist Harriet’s long-term relationship with Sanjay hits the buffers, leaving each of them with serious questions to answer. Meanwhile single mother of four Karen lacks the appetite for a suitable relationship. Passion and panic rise in the heatwave. Who can spot the danger signs? “Combines the observational wit of Nick Hornby, the emotional depths of Anna Maxted, and the complex cast of Armistead Maupin”– JJ Marsh, author. “Cooper has an impressive way of evolving her characters and their perspectives until you feel you're reading about your own friends"– Sue Moorcroft, author "Fun and frolics, racy and pacy. The good doctor has done it again!"– Matt Bendoris, The Sun. “A steamy wit-sprinkled story, and a fabulous read from start to finish” – Glynis Smy, author. "The true-to-life characters, the intricacies and the underlying emotions make this one fever everyone needs a dose of!" Pixie McKenna, media doctor.
About the author
Carol Cooper is a doctor, journalist, and novelist. She graduated in medicine from Cambridge University. To support her studies, she worked at supermarket checkouts, walked dogs, typed manuscripts in Russian, and made men’s trousers to measure. She writes for The Sun newspaper, where she gets to have her say on important health news, from radiation spills to celebs getting hurt as they stumble out of night-clubs. After a string of parenting books and an award-winning medical textbook, she turned to fiction with her debut One Night at the Jacaranda. Her novels are all about Londoners looking for love, and they’re laced with inside medical knowledge. Like her fictional characters, Carol lives in leafy Hampstead, North London. Unlike them, she got married again in 2013. She loves a happy ending. You can keep up with Carol’s writing on her blog pillsandpillowtalk.com.
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