Georgia knows exactly who she is - or so she thinks. She's the sensible one, the one who has everything under control, the one everyone turns to for wisdom and advice, especially, the members of her shambolic family. She can handle anything - anything except the arrival of a stranger who gatecrashes his way into her life, her family and her heart.
Georgia knows exactly who she is - or so she thinks. She's the sensible one, the one who has everything under control, the one everyone turns to for wisdom and advice. Especially the members of her shambolic family - her father, who files his papers in three towering stacks marked 'Urgent', 'Boring' and 'ABP' (Aggravating, But Pays); her brother, who makes his own two children seem positively mature; her stepmother, never without her cures for stress and bowls of chickpeas soaking on the window ledge; and most of all Ellen, Georgia's 'little' sister - twenty-seven, going on fourteen, who leaves a trail of cigarette butts, crumpled clothing and baffled boyfriends in her wake. Thank heavens for Stephen - 'Stephen with a p-h' as he likes to remind people - always calm, always reliable, the perfect antidote to the clutter and chaos of Georgia's family. As long as Stephen's around, she can handle anything - anything except the arrival of a stranger who gatecrashes his way into her life, her family and her heart...and shows her that maybe, just maybe, she's not the person she thought she was.
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Claire Calman lives in London and Kent. She has worked as an editor of illustrated books and had been a poet since the age of ten, performing her poetry on Woman's Hour and also being commissioned to write poems for Breast Cancer awareness and International Women's Day. She has also written for a number of newspapers and magazines. She is the author of love is a Four Letter Word and Lessons for a Sunday Father, both published by Black Swan.
I Like it Like That by Claire Calman
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