Summer in the City by Robyn Sisman

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Suze Wilding and Lloyd Rockwell are complete strangers. She lives in London; he lives in New York. But when their advertising firm sponsors a job swap, having them trade apartments and jobs for the summer, they find themselves living each other’s lives.

From the beginning, these two seem polar opposites—Suze is impetuous, brash, and commitment phobic, whereas Lloyd, cautious and thoughtful, is looking to settle down with his suitable girlfriend. But when Suze discovers a plot at work to get Lloyd fired, the two begin communicating long-distance, and can’t help wondering if they might just be perfect for one another.


About Robyn Sisman

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Robyn Sisman is the internationally bestselling author of four novels, including Weekend in Paris.
Published February 22, 2005 by Plume. 324 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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At first, everything goes swimmingly and each is delighted with the change of scenery (though homemaker-challenged Suze definitely gets the better of the apartment swap, thanks to Betsy’s manic decorating and cleaning), Suze getting a hot boyfriend in gadfly party promoter Nick Bianco and Lloyd j...

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Everything's going swimmingly until golden boy Lloyd gets accused of leaking confidential company information and is fired, and Suze's love life implodes.

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