Angela Clark: The main character in the story.
“All I wanted to do was get out of the office, bury my face in a pan of chocolate brownies and cry, like the porky talentless excuse for a human being Donna so clearly thought I was.”
“Thank God I'd kept my mascara and pressed powder in my hand luggage, otherwise I'd have to be locked in my room like a shamefaced goblin.”
“There was still a tiny part of me that was fuming over the idea of him sitting at that very table with some other girl, whispering sweet French nothings and feeding her bits of cheese on bread. Well, maybe not the last bit, that wasn't very sexy anyway.”
“Stop waving like that you'll have a stroke!”
“'I had the TV on loud,' I tried to explain, brushing over the part where I was singing like a tuneless goat.”
“According to him, my impromptu one-woman show had brought on a migraine. Nice. I was scared to think what might have happened if I had sung. A stroke?”
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