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The latest installment of Alexander McCall Smith's perennially popular and irresistibly charming 44 Scotland Street series. When Pat accepts her narcissistic ex-boyfriend Bruce's invitation for coffee, she has no idea of the complications in her romantic and professional life that will follow. Meanwhile, Matthew, her boss at the art gallery, attracts the attention of the police after a misunderstanding at the local bookstore. Whether caused by small things such as a cup of coffee and a book, or major events such as Stuart's application for promotion and his wife Irene's decision to pursue a PhD in Aberdeen, change is coming to Scotland Street. But for three seven-year-old boys--Bertie Pollock, Ranald, and Big Lou's foster son, Finlay--it also means getting a glimpse of perfect happiness. Alexander McCall Smith's delightfully witty, wise and sometimes surreal comedy spirals out in surprising ways in this new installment, but its heart remains where it has always been, at the center of life in Edinburgh's New Town.
The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance is a warm, feel-good novel full of laugh-out-loud humour and irrepressible charm by Kirsty Greenwood, author of Yours Truly and Big Sexy Love. Jessica Beam is a girl who knows how to party. Only lately she's been forgetting to turn up for work on time. Or in clean clothes. Down on her luck, out of a job and homeless, Jess seeks the help of her long-lost grandmother. Things aren't going well for Matilda Beam, either. Her 1950s Good Woman guide books are out of print, her mortgage repayments are staggering and her granddaughter wears neon Wonderbras. When a lifeline from a London publisher arrives, the pair have an opportunity to secure the roof over their heads –by invigorating the Good Woman guides and transforming modern, rebellious Jess into a demure vintage lady. The true test of their make-over will be to capture the heart of notorious London playboy Leo Frost and prove that Matilda's guides still work. It's going to take commitment, nerves of steel and one seriously pointy bra to pull this off . . . * Contains some strong language *
Scottish business whiz Elias Brodie has inherited a genuine medieval castle, the title of earl, and a huge pile of debt. If he wants to preserve his family's legacy, the only asset he can immediately sell is a parcel of Maryland countryside he's never laid eyes on. In all her years working the land in Damson Valley, Violet Hughes has never seen a genuine Scottish earl, though her first glimpse of one is mighty impressive. Elias is charming, a hard worker, and excellent, um, company, but then Violet learns that he's determined to sell the largest farm in the valley to a no-good, polecat of a developer. What's a kilted laddie to do, when he must choose between his true love and his legacy?
From the age of 20 she felt her life had progressed as it all looked positive when she met Gino. He took this shy girl and shattered her life for a short time. Fortunately she met people who led her into their lifestyle which, while controlling, gave her the necessary lead in life she required. She joins an airline and becomes a Cabin Crew member and as the saying goes, it was ‘feet in the air but knees together’. For flying duties she had to be based in Sydney but retained close links to her new found family in Perth. Her overseas fl ights enabled her to keep up to date with fashion trends but it also led her to meet new people who were very infl uential in business and on her. Mr Trott man made her the face of Cali Jeans in the USA along with Linda her new found friend. Through Mr Trott man she meets a Royal Prince who leads her into a totally diff erent world in the Middle East. Singapore throws up a lifestyle of completely new dimensions which she gets involved in for probably all for the wrong reasons. Her fashion design work and modelling create a whole new world for her but Jutt ee continues to sing the words of the U2 song, “I still haven’t found what I am looking for.”

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