Love And Liability

Dating Mr Darcy

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Sometimes your sensibilities make absolutely no sense!

Holly James is looking for her big break. A young journalist for BritTEEN magazine, she is dying to write about something more meaningful than pop stars and nail varnish. So when she spots a homeless teenager outside the office, she feels compelled to tell her story. But her evil boss Sasha has other ideas...

Holly is sent to interview a city solicitor she has never heard of. But Alex Barrington turns out to be the very opposite of fusty and boring and Holly’s interest struggles to stay strictly professional!

With Sasha sabotaging her every move, and her story about teens on the street leading her into London’s dark underworld, Holly is chasing both love and success at the same time. But happy endings like that only happen in books don’t they...?

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HarperCollins UK
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Published on
Feb 7, 2014
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Pages
400
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ISBN
9781472083968
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / General
Fiction / Legal
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Urban
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When she meets the gallant, charming and handsome Mr Willoughby, Marianne begins to think that country life might not be so bad after all...especially when he suggests that marriage might be on the cards. But the countryside still has a few tricks up its sleeve for Marianne...after all, love rarely turns blossoms in the most convenient places!

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When your name is Lizzy Bennet and Mr Darcy lives next door, romance is anything but simple...

Especially since a film crew has just arrived to shoot Pride and Prejudice at the Darcy estate! And when Hugh Darcy, the one who got away, arrives home after 8 years absence, Lizzy can’t help but think it’s fate. Until, that is, he introduces her to Holly – his fiancée...

What can Lizzy do but try not to feel too prejudiced against Hugh’s new woman – a city girl who knows nothing about country life, and seems more concerned with her film star ex than her current fiancé?

There’s no denying that there’s something suspicious about Holly’s interest in Hugh...and when he begins to have doubts about his high-maintenance fiancée, it seems a break up is on the cards. But is it too late for Lizzy to swallow her pride and get her Austen ending after all?

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