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Crazy in Love By Chrissie Manby

Crazy in Love
by Chrissie Manby

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Spoiled Californian heiress Birdie Sederburg plans to have herself kidnapped in the fun new novel by the queen of escapism.
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Crazy in Love by Chrissie Manby

Golf resort heiress Birdie Sederburg's life revolves around how visible she is on the latest celebrity watch blog. Until she (quite literally, in her Mercedes) bumps into hot new actor Dean Stevenson - after weeks of stalking. Dean's agent manages to persuade him that being seen with Birdie is a good thing for his profile, and it's just a short distance from that to engagement. At least in Birdie's head. The course of true love, however, does not run smooth, and Birdie is forced to have herself kidnapped in order to convince Dean he really does love her. A recipe for disaster...

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Crazy in Love Reviews


'Be prepared to get completely lost in this deliciously funny read' ***** -- Heat on CRAZY IN LOVE 'A hilarious read' **** -- Company 'Destined to keep you up until the small hours' **** -- Daily Mirror on CRAZY IN LOVE 'A light funny tale of self-discovery' -- Sainsbury's magazine on CRAZY IN LOVE Praise for Chris Manby: 'If it's not a man keeping you up until 3am, it'll be this book...it's a diamond-encrusted, guiltily pleasurable romp' -- Cosmopolitan 'Dry wit that sits just beneath the surface... A delicious read' -- Daily Mail 'Nothing short of brilliant' -- Marie Claire

About Chrissie Manby


Chris Manby is editor / contributor to the Girls' Night In anthologies, which have so far raised more than #1,000,000 for humanitarian organisations War Child and No Strings, and topped book charts all over the world. Raised in Gloucester, Chris now lives in London.

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GOR001159787
Crazy in Love by Chrissie Manby
Chrissie Manby
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
2009-02-19
304
0340937033
9780340937037
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