Ellie and Dan are living proof that opposites attract. He always follows instructions and she throws the manual away. He loves sports whereas Ellie's allergic to any form of exercise. Ellie doesn't have a mother. And Dan does - a mother who wants to take over ...everything.
The NO. 1 bestselling author of The Beach House and Mr. Maybe is back - exploring a dilemma that women everywhere will recognise in The Other Woman . . .
'A compelling page-turner from start to finish' Daily Express _________ Ellie and Dan are proof that opposites attract.
He always follows instructions - she throws the manual away.
He loves sport - she's allergic to exercise.
She doesn't have a mother - his wants to take over EVERYTHING.
At first Ellie is thrilled to have Linda as her 'adopted' mother and to be a part of the close, loving Cooper family.
But when she and Dan decide to get married, she starts to find her future mother-in-law is just a bit too involved, and suddenly her wedding is turning into something she never even wanted. Is Ellie marrying Dan . . . or his mother?!
One thing's for sure, before the big day Ellie's going to have to work out who comes first in Dan's affections . . .
'Will send a shiver down the spines of brides everywhere' Daily Mirror
'Utterly compulsive' Company
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Jane Green is the Number One bestselling author of fourteen novels: Straight Talking, Jemima J, Mr Maybe,Bookends, Babyville, Spellbound, The Other Woman, Life Swap, Second Chance, The Beach House, Girl Friday, The Love Verb,The Patchwork Marriage and The Accidental Husband. Jane and her husband live in Connecticut with their blended family of six children.
The Other Woman by Jane Green
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