Becky Cooper hasn’t got time for romance. She’s a thirty-two year old widow, struggling to raise her daughter and come to terms with the past, so a man is the last thing she needs.
Her friends disagree, and when Max Bedford arrives in the village, they decide he’s perfect for her; he’s gorgeous, rich and divorced. But Becky’s already met him and feels he’s far from perfect; he’s rude, arrogant and annoying – and anyway, he wouldn’t be interested in her.
To his surprise, Max is very interested in the feisty woman he’s just rescued and whilst he’s not looking for a serious relationship, dating her could be a lot of fun.
When Becky is employed to organise Lizzie Marshall’s Wedding, introducing her to Max’s ex-wife and a group of people whose lives seem even more complicated than her own, she begins to discover she’s not the only one with ‘baggage’
Can love set her free, or will Max Bedford break her heart?
This novel catches up with some of the characters from Emily’s first novel, Highland Fling. You do not need to have read Highland Fling to read this novel but it may add to your enjoyment if you have.
More warm and witty romances by Emily Harvale, available now on Amazon
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Coming winter 2013
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About the Author
Emily Harvale worked in the City of London for several years before deciding to return to her home town on the East Sussex coast, to pursue her love of writing. She now spends her days planning the lives of her characters, drinking far too much coffee and chatting with friends and fans on Twitter and Facebook.
Emily says 'I write, ‘romance to make your heart smile’ and my books are about love, fun, friendship, doubts, drama, sex and romance - life really, without the boring bits. I'm on Facebook and Twitter if you'd like to pop over and have a chat. I’d love to hear from you.'
Her warm and witty, light-hearted romance novels are available in paperback and eBook formats.
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Emily Harvale lives in Hastings, on the East Sussex coast, where she writes warm-hearted, witty and wonderfully romantic, novels, novellas and short stories, much to the delight of her growing legion of fans. Her books are about love, fun, friendship, doubts, drama, sex and romance - life really, without the boring bits and are available in paperback and ebook formats.
Emily worked in the City for several years and says that real life can often be far more unbelievable than fiction. Join her for a glass of wine sometime and she may just tell you a few stories that she hasn't made up!
To catch up with Emily, go to her website at www.emilyharvale.com where you can sign up for her Readers' Club newsletter, or friend her and/or follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/emilyharvalewriter and www.facebook.com/emilyharvale, or Twitter at www.twitter.com/emilyharvale and on Pinterest at www.pinterest.com/emilyharvale.
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Hot on the heels of Emily Harvale's first book 'Highland Fling' - I flung myself into sequel 'Lizzie Marshall's Wedding' wanting more of that feel-good factor. And I certainly got it - this is another charming read in a beautiful setting with lovable characters and some truly touching moments. Chapter after chapter flows beautifully as you lose yourself in the lives of Max Bedford, Becky Cooper and co. I read it in bed, whilst brushing my teeth and during cooking as it was so hard to put down. I, for one, will definitely be on the look out for more from this author in future.
I thought Highland Fling was good but this book was even better loved the way the characters new and old mixed together. This book had made me laugh out loud and had me at the edge of my seat. Brilliant!
Not as good as Highland Fling found it a bit "twee". Notting Hill/Four Weddings set type of people and if the characters eat as much cake and drank as much wine in real life as the did in this book then God knows what they would be like health wise etc. Still enjoyed it though but a tad unrealistic, but it's a novel.