Party Girl by Sarah Mason
A Novel

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When life hands her lemons, she makes a French martini.

Life is one big party for event planner Isabel Serranti. Armed with cell and laptop, she’s game to field any fete–including her next nearly impossible gig: an impromptu themed party. Five hundred guests? (No problem.) On a country estate? (Lovely!) Near her girlhood home and hosted by her infamous childhood tormentor Simon Monkwell? (Uh-oh. . . .)

Luckily, Simon is away for most of the planning, which leaves Izzy to cope with his kindly, eccentric family and their curious secrets. But when Simon–looking good enough to eat–makes a surprise visit, he’s not quite the wretched oaf she remembers. And he needs her help to pull off something daring that requires clever planning, devious imagination, and a lot of panache. Naturally, they’ll be working together very, very closely. . . .

“Hilarious and touching.”
–Romantic Times, about Playing James

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About Sarah Mason

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Karen McIvor and Sarah Mason are the coauthors of "Encyclopedia of Scrapbooking Techniques," They run Scrapaholic Ltd. and contribute regularly to "The Scrapbook Magazine" and "The Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine,"
Published December 18, 2007 by Ballantine Books. 338 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Single London party planner has mixed feelings when tapped to arrange a charity ball at the country estate she once called home.

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