Harm's Way by Celia Walden

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I always think that if you walk around thinking you can have anything you want, you usually can.For confident nineteen-year-old Anna, finding men is easy, holding on to them unnecessary. Moving to Paris brings her a new job, a new life and a new friend in the form of a woman twenty years her senior, Beth. As they fall in love with the city, Anna is irresistibly drawn to Beth's warmth and charm. When Beth falls in love with an attractive Frenchman, Christian, Anna struggles to overcome her increasing jealousy. But who is her real rival: Christian or Beth? A sultry tale of betrayal and regret, Harm's Way traces Anna's story as she learns one of life's hardest lessons: that if you believe you can have anything you want, you may end up with nothing but regret.

About Celia Walden

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Celia Walden was born in Paris in 1975. She is a senior feature writer for the Daily Telegraph, a correspondent for British GQ, and an interviewer for British Glamour. She is also a regular on a number of TV programs, and a commentator on the British royals for NBC and Extra. Her first novel, Harm's Way, was published in 2008. With her husband, Piers Morgan, and their young child, she divides her time between New York and Los Angeles.
Published September 3, 2012 by Bloomsbury Paperbacks. 260 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Anna sets off for her gap year in Paris where, it is pretty clear from the opening pages, she will get what's due to a spoilt, sexy girl who says things like: 'I always think that if you walk around thinking you can have anything you want, you usually can.' But whereas Flaubert related his antihe...

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