After a painful split with her boyfriend, the last thing that Carly Watson needs is a man. She has already found the love of her life - painting. She has her friends; the outrageous Jerry, budPOD-Distribution & Short Runng philosopher come poet, scarily sensible lawyer Siobhan, who dates a 'nice' carPOD-Distribution & Short Rungan called Giles, and glamorous, insecure career girl Angie, who is having a traumatic affair with a married creep. So, when smouldering American actor Aaron Stanford suddenly enters her life, what will she do? Can she stick to her principles and focus on her career? Fame beckons in the unlikely shape of Edgar Shrimpton-Boswick; fabulously loaded gallery owner and potential benefactor of money, fame and dreams. Carly's career is finally right on track, but is Edgar to be trusted? To add to Carly's utter confusion, her ex-boyfriend Jake re-appears claiming to have changed. Are any of her suitors worth risking more heartache, or is Carly truly better off on her own?
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Published June 13, 2009
by New Generation Publishing.
Literature & Fiction.