Practically Perfect by Katie Fforde
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Anna, a newly qualified interior designer, has decided it’s time to put her money and her expertise where her mouth is and risk everything to buy a tiny but adorable cottage in desperate need of renovation.

Outside, the chocolate-box cottage is perfect, but inside, all is chaos. With a ladder for a staircase, no downstairs flooring, candles the only form of lighting, and a sleeping bag and camping mat for a bed, Anna soon wonders if she’s bitten off more than she can chew.

Her neighbor Chloe comes to the rescue, providing tea, wine, and sympathy---and a recently rescued greyhound, Caroline. But just as Anna’s starting to settle in, make new friends, and see the house transforming before her eyes, the good-looking yet impossible Rob Hunter arrives on the scene and puts even more obstacles in her way. Will Anna be able to get over all of life’s hurdles in the end, or will she stumble and fall?


 

About Katie Fforde

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KATIE FFORDE, a London Times bestselling novelist, lives in Gloucestershire, England. Recently her old hobbies of ironing and housework have given way to singing, Flamenco dancing and husky racing. She claims this keeps her fit. Her most recent novels include Love Letters, Wedding Season, and Practically Perfect.
 
Published April 15, 2008 by St. Martin's Press. 389 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Here's what I wrote in my notes: "Though this is a romance and Anna isn't a flighty, hard-drinking, appearance-obsessed junior editor/buyer/ad executive, Fforde's book reads like a Chick Lit novel...if Chick Lit heroines obsessed about building staircases and how to best lay a wooden floor."

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“It is not the sort of book that is going to test your intellect in any way, but if you are looking for a bit of escapism after a hard day at work or looking after the children, I would definitely recommend this book.” When reading this book, it feels like a nice gentle meander to start with alt...

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