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  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Century (21 Jun. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1846059615
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846059612
  • Product Dimensions: 14.3 x 3.3 x 22.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 246,427 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Katie Price is Jordan, one of the UK's top celebrities. She is an ex-glamour model, TV presenter, author, entrepreneur and mother. She currently lives in Surrey with her sons and her daughter.



Photography copyright: Katie Price/Andy Neal

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Glamorous, passionate and romantic, Katie Price's new novel features a feisty young woman who falls for an irresistibly handsome Prince Charming.

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'The perfect sexy summer read' New Woman

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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By realovesbooks TOP 500 REVIEWERTOP 1000 REVIEWER on 21 Jun. 2012
Format: Hardcover
I have only previously read two of Katie Price's books which was Angel and Crystal but I wasn't blown away by them enough to pick up her further releases. When I was sent her new book In The Name of Love I was expecting to feel the same about this one so I have had it sitting on the side for a few weeks avoiding picking it up.

I have had various comments on Goodreads, Twitter and Facebook regarding Katie Price since I have started this book many saying they won't be reading it as they are not a fan of hers. I wouldn't say I am a fan of her in her usual job role but at the end of the day I love to read and regardless of who is writing the book if I enjoy it or not I will always give my honest opinion. Secondly it is also worth mentioning that Katie writes this book in partnership with Rebecca Farnworth.

In The Name of Love follows Charlie who works as a sports presenter she is holidaying with best friend Zoe in Barbados when she falls for the gorgeous Spaniard Felipe but Charlie wants be loved for who she is not for what job she does so she keeps it a secret from Felipe but towards the end of their blossoming holiday romance Felipe finds out about Charlie's secret and thinks she has an ulterior motive to try and sell a story about him now that he is tipped for a medal in the Olympics and so he slams the door in her face declaring her never wants to see her again.

With the help of meddling friends the couple are brought together again but their relationship seems to be a rollercoaster of events with the odds stacked against their relationship it's not looking likely to be a happy ever after scenario. Can Charlie solve the major problem that is troubling their relationship?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By gem on 5 Jun. 2013
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Please don't be put off with Katie Price's name on her books. They are ghost written by Rebecca Farnworth and she is a brilliant author.
I have read all her books so far and can never put them down. I read this one in three days!
Recommend to anyone who loves romance and drama
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By BookAddictShaun TOP 500 REVIEWER on 29 Jan. 2013
Format: Hardcover
No your eyes don't deceive you, I have rated this book five stars. People automatically write these books off because Katie Price's name is on the front cover. Now I don't know how much input she has into the storylines for her books (is she the one that comes up with the awful names that the characters have? However saying that Rebecca Farnworth has admitted to liking to give her characters unusual names so I think she may be to blame for that.) but Rebecca Farnworth writes them and just because Katie's name is on the front I feel like chick lit fans who may give her books a miss are missing out. However Katie's books sell extremely well (book signings...).

I have to say that this is probably one of my favourite Katie books and certainly her best standalone. As with previous books there was a mention to previous characters here, namely Angel and Cal Bailey. I did wonder whether Aidan was a gay replacement for Jez, the fantastic gay character from previous books however he just wasn't as good as Jez and I didn't really warm to him. I did however love the rest of the characters. The book didn't just focus on Charlie, the main character, we got to see the other characters' perspectives and this made for a much more interesting read.

I admit that I was hesitant to read this because the blurb just didn't grab me, however after a few chapters I was hooked and I devoured the book within 24 hours because I could not put it down. It's frustrating at times but then that's what makes the book so good, if the girl met the boy and lived happily ever after without all the drama in between it'd make for a pretty rubbish book.
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By C. Rucroft VINE VOICE on 17 July 2012
Format: Hardcover
I have read all of Katie's books and enjoyed some more than others. I think they are light reads for when you don't want to have to think too much! I feel I also must point out that I am aware Katie doesn't write her own books and it honestly doesn't bother me - fair play to her I say!

Anyway, her latest book 'In the name of love' sounded great. I also love the cover and it really attracted me to the book - very summery!

This story follows Charlie, a sports presenter, who goes on holiday and falls for Felipe. He is a horse rider for the Olympics, which Charlie doesn't know. As always, there are many ups and downs to their relationship. You can tell that Katie knows a lot about horses and this really comes across in the book.

I enjoyed how all the characters developed over the course of the story - even characters who didn't have main parts in the story. Darcy turned into one of my favourite characters and I'm really glad she was friends with Charlie by the end of the story.

My one irritation with this book, as I have found with Katie's books in the past, is the amount of mistakes. There were spelling mistakes, grammar errors and even getting characters names mixed up! The publishers are really letting Katie down here - if you expect me to pay for something then make sure it doesn't read like a proof!

This is a great Summer story, perfect for the beach or an afternoon in the garden. It won't be winning any literary prizes soon but I liked it.
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