He's the best thing that ever happened to her. He's also the worst. He's Millie's Fling . From one of the premiere contemporary authors in the UK, here is a fun and romantic tale that proves the road to matchmaking hilarity is paved with good intentions. Bestselling novelist Orla Hart owes... read more
Millie's Fling When Millie Brady saves Orla Hart's life she doesn't realise how drastically it will change her own –not least because the boyfriend who was asking her to move in with him at the time stormed off in a huff. Actually, Millie's relieved. She's happy to enjoy a a man-free summer in... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Millie's Fling When Millie Brady saves Orla Hart's life she doesn't realise how drastically it will change her own –not least because the boyfriend who was asking her to move in with him at the time stormed off in a huff. Actually, Millie's relieved. She's happy to enjoy a a man-free summer in Cornwall. But Orla has other ideas. She's determined that Millie should meet the man of her dreams. Trouble is, Millie's taste in men doesn't tally with Orla's. The one who really interests her is Hugh Emerson, and he's the man with whom Orla's adamant she mustn't get involved.
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