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Breaking up is hard to do. Especially when he's left his wife for you . . . What to do if Matthew, your secret lover of the past four years, finally decides to leave his wife Sophie and their two daughters and move into your flat, just when you're thinking that you might not want him anymore . . . PLAN A: Stop shaving your armpits. And your bikini line. Tell him you have a moustache that you wax every six weeks. Stop having sex with him. Pick holes in the way he dresses. Don't brush your teeth. Or your hair. Or pluck out the stray hag-whisker that grows out of your chin. Buy incontinence pads and leave them lying around. PLAN B: Accidentally on purpose bump into his wife Sophie. Give yourself a fake name and identity. Befriend Sophie. Actually begin to really like Sophie. Snog Matthew's son (who's the same age as you by the way. You're not a paedophile). Buy a cat and give it a fake name and identity. Befriend Matthew's children. Unsuccessfully. Watch your whole plan go absolutely horribly wrong. Getting Rid of Matthew is the sharp and hilariously funny novel from bestselling author Jane Fallon. It was also a Richard and Judy pick. Praise for Jane Fallon: 'Intelligent, edgy and witty' Glamour 'A brilliant and original tale' Sun 'Chick lit with an edge' Guardian
A fabulous debut about a long-suffering nearly 40-something woman, Helen, and her affair with a family man named Matthew, who is not so surprisingly her boss. Just at the moment she decides it's time to dump him and get on with her life, she opens the front door to find Matthew on her doorstep. "I've done it!" he announces triumphantly. "I've left her. I'm yours!" he tells her, and proceeds to move in. She is not brave enough to throw him out. She then discovers how much she can't bear him, wherein ensues a zany plot that involves figuring out that the best way to get rid of Matthew is to befriend his wife and convince her to take him back. The only problem is that Helen discovers she really likes Sophie, Matthew's wife--a lot more than she likes Matthew. And on top of that, she has a rather dishy stepson. . . . Light as a feather but about real issues, Getting Rid of Matthew is a deliciously funny novel that proves the peril of getting what you ask for.
Matthew, Helen's lover of the past four years, finally decides to leave his wife (and their two daughters) and move into Helen's flat. She should be over the moon. The only trouble is, she doesn't want him anymore. Now she has to figure out how to get rid of him.
The brilliantly witty novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Getting Rid of Matthew and Faking Friends. A husband. A wife. A mistress. And the ultimate plan for revenge . . . The husband James never intended to lead a double life - with a wife in London and a mistress in the country, it's exhausting. But that's all about to change . . . The wife Stephanie isn't really snooping when she finds a text message from a strange woman on her husband's mobile. But now she's found it, how can she ignore it? It's time to track the woman down and find out what's going on . . . The mistress Katie has no reason to believe her boyfriend, James, is cheating until someone claiming to be his wife gets in touch. Now she's been cast in the role of mistress. Not one she's happy with . . . Once Stephanie and Katie know about each other, they must decide what to do. They could both just throw him out or they could join forces to make his life hell first . . . But revenge isn't always sweet. And what happens when one woman thinks enough is enough but the other doesn't know when to stop? Praise for Jane Fallon: 'Intelligent, edgy and witty' Glamour 'A brilliant and original tale' Sun 'Chick lit with an edge' Guardian
The bestselling author of Getting Rid of Matthew and My Sweet Revenge tells a story of discovered secrets and the price of keeping them in her stunning novel Skeletons Jen has discovered a secret. It's not hers to share, but is it hers to keep? If she tells her husband Jason, he might get over the shock but will he forgive her for telling the truth? She might drive a wedge through their marriage. If she tells someone else in Jason's family - the family she's come to love more than her own - she'd not only tear them apart but could also find herself on the outside: she's never really been one of them, after all. But if she keeps this dirty little secret to herself, how long can she pretend nothing is wrong? How long can she live a lie? Jen knows the truth - but is she ready for the consequences? Praise for Jane Fallon: 'Intelligent, edgy and witty' Glamour 'Darkly comic and addictive' Daily Express 'Fun and feisty women's fiction at its very best' Heat
The brilliantly witty novel from the bestselling author of Getting Rid of Matthew and Strictly Between Us. Rebecca, Daniel, Alex and Isabel have been best friends since university. Rebecca married Daniel, Alex married Isabel and, for twenty years, they have been inseparable. But all that is about to change... When Alex walks out on Isabel, Rebecca thinks things can't get any worse. But then she finds out the reason why and she's left harbouring a secret she'd rather forget... And there's more upheaval to come in Rebecca's life as her emaciated, neurotic, self-obsessed colleague, Lorna - her arch nemesis at work - suddenly becomes a regular feature in her social life. Rebecca's once-happy foursome is now a distant memory and with hearts broken and friendships fractured, it seems that change is never a good thing. Or is it? Praise for Jane Fallon: 'Intelligent, edgy and witty' Glamour 'A brilliant and original tale' Sun 'Chick lit with an edge' Guardian
Rumours, secrets and lies. It's all in a day's work. Tamsin and her best friend Michelle have been inseparable since they were teenagers. Even now they spend all their time together, along with Patrick, Michelle's handsome husband. So when Tamsin hears a rumour that Patrick is having an affair, she is furious. Unwilling to ignore it, Tamsin plots a scheme to catch Patrick in the act, using her assistant Bea as live-bait. It should be fool proof. After all, Tamsin can trust Bea with anything. From her daily coffee order to fetching her dry-cleaning, writing reports and doing all the filing - Bea does everything with a smile on her face. Except Tamsin never considered Bea might have her own agenda. And if she does, then Tamsin really needs to watch her back . . . Praise for Strictly Between Us 'I raced through this beautifully written, thoughtful and exciting story, alternately cringing and cheering as things veer further off-piste after nail-biting moments I defy anyone to predict. I didn't like it, I loved it' Daily Mail 'A smart, edgy and cautionary tale of friendship and fidelity' Sunday Mirror 'A deliciously edgy read full of double-dealings and divided loyalties' Good Housekeeping 'A fast-moving, clever and genuinely funny story filled with twists and turns' Closer 'Sassy, sharply observed' Woman & Home 'Fallon's characterisation is always spot-on and this book is no different, with well-drawn out characters and a tight plot that barrels along towards a brilliant climax' Press Association 'Sparkling and unpredictable' Elle 'Chick lit with an edge' Guardian 'A hilarious read' Bella 'Absorbing, entertaining and spiky tale full of twists, turns and ruthless double crossing' Daily Express 'A clever book that makes you laugh, makes you angry - and makes you wonder whose side you would take if it happened to you . . .' Woman 'I love Fallon, she's in a category all of her own - her books are great fun and her characters are fabulous, believable women who take no nonsense. The plot is so juicy: it's about trapping a cheating man and it's told from the points of view of two women who were friends, but one of them has developed an agenda all of her own. It's fun, clever, warm and utterly un-putdownable' Marian Keyes, Daily Mail 'A fast-moving, clever and genuinely funny story filled with twists and turns' Closer 'Queen of chick lit Jane Fallon brings us another gripping novel of friendship, deceit and drama. She is at her edgy and entertaining best - definitely one to be passed around your girl squad!' OK Magazine
DON'T MISS THE RAZOR-SHARP NEW SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER FROM THE MILLION-COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF RICHARD & JUDY PICK QUEEN BEE AND FAKING FRIENDS 'Funny, insightful, sharp, wicked, brilliant - Jane Fallon at her very best' MILLY JOHNSON 'I literally could not put this book down' 5***** READER REVIEW 'Friendship, jealousy, deceit and so much more - I didn't want it to end' 5***** READER REVIEW 'The queen of the revenge novel' HEAT ________ Best friends tell each other everything. Or do they? Georgia and Lydia are so close, they're practically sisters. So when Lydia starts an online business that struggles, Georgia wants to help her - but Lydia's not the kind to accept a handout. Setting up a fake Twitter account, Georgia hopes to give her friend some anonymous moral support by posing as a potential customer. But then Lydia starts confiding in her new internet buddy and Georgia discovers she doesn't know her quite as well as she thought. Georgia knows she should reveal the truth - especially when Lydia starts talking about her - but she just can't help herself. Until Lydia reveals a secret that could not only end their friendship, but also blow-up Georgia's marriage . . . Georgia's in too deep. But what can she save? Her marriage, her friendship - or just herself? ________ 'I loved Worst Idea Ever. Another Fallonesque treat, possibly my favourite so far. Full of heart, humour and humanity. Great characters and a riveting story from the start. She's so good at tapping into the best and the worst in us. Fabulous' RUTH JONES 'This witty page-turner could be her best yet' CLOSER 'Takes us on a deep dive into the emotionally murky waters which exist between protagonists Lydia and Georgia . . . I adored it' DAILY MAIL 'Incredibly funny and original . . . fabulous' ADELE PARKS, Platinum Magazine 'An addictive page turner about friendship and revenge . . . I loved it' ALICE FEENEY 'We love everything Jane Fallon writes' BELLA Readers rate WORST IDEA EVER 5****: 'Absolutely wonderful! An excellent tale of toxic female friendship' 5***** 'A fabulous story of friendship, jealousy, deceit and good intentions' 5***** 'A remarkable read - I want to scream about this book from the roof tops!' 5***** 'Page after page of twists, the storyline will keep you gripped until the end' 5***** 'The writing was flawless and made you really feel for the characters . . . A brilliant book from a brilliant author' 5***** 'I read it in one sitting' 5***** ________ Praise for Jane Fallon: 'Compelling, edgy, beautifully written' Daily Mail 'Hugely compelling and unpredictable' Ruth Jones 'Barbed, twisty and full of deliciously dry wit' Sunday Mirror 'She always delivers a fabaliss read' MARIAN KEYES
THE TANTALISING AND UNPUTDOWNABLE NO. 1 BESTSELLER FROM THE AUTHOR OF TELL ME A SECRET I want to make my husband fall back in love with me - so I can shatter his heart. I want it to hurt. Paula has had Robert's back since they got together as drama students. She gave up her dreams so he could make it, now he's one of the nation's most popular actors. But Paula's just discovered he's having an affair. Now, she's going to break his heart like he broke hers. It will be her greatest acting role ever. Revenge is sweet . . . Isn't it? 'Compulsively readable. Sent icy shivers down my spine. I loved it' Daily Mail 'A delightfully acerbic and entertaining revenge fantasy. Will keep your riveted' Sunday Mirror 'A deliciously devious plot. A darkly comic and addictive read' Daily Express 'The twists and turn will totally hook you' Closer 'A romp-along tale of infidelity, manipulation and getting even. Very pleasing' Good Housekeeping 'You can always rely on Jane Fallon for a well-crafted, dryly funny, just-one-more-chapter-before-I-turn-out-the-light read. My Sweet Revenge ticks all those boxes' Red
'A deftly plotted, witty tale of revenge. It's a romcom with attitude' Mail on Sunday THE TOP 5 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER, SHORTLISTED FOR A NATIONAL BOOK AWARD ---------------- Best friend, soulmate, confidante . . . backstabber. Amy thought she knew everything there was to know about her best friend Melissa. Then again, Amy also thought she was on the verge of the wedding of her dreams to her long-distance fiancé. Until she pays a surprise trip home to London. Jack is out, but it's clear another woman has been making herself at home in their flat. There's something about her stuff that feels oddly familiar . . . and then it hits Amy. The Other Woman is Melissa. Amy has lost her home, her fiancé and her best friend in one disastrous weekend - but instead of falling apart, she's determined to get her own back. Piecing her life back together won't be half as fun as dismantling theirs, after all. 'It's FABALISS. I was SO GRIPPED' Marian Keyes 'Barbed, twisty and full of deliciously dry wit, this is smart stuff to race through' Sunday Mirror 'Brilliant, original, edgy and compulsively readable' Daily Mail If you were gripped by Faking Friends and you want other readers like you to discover this unputdownable read, then leave a review below . . .
'Brilliant, with completely unexpected twists' Gill Sims, bestselling author of Why Mummy Drinks Is she your best friend, or your worst enemy? __________ Best friends Holly and Roz tell each other everything. So when Holly gets a shot at her dream job she assumes Roz will be waiting to pop the champagne. But is she just imagining things or is Roz not quite as happy as she should be? And now she thinks about it, a few things don't quite add up... Perhaps it was a mistake to tell Roz all her secrets. Because it takes two to tango. But only one to start a war... ___________ FROM THE MILLION COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF FAKING FRIENDS AND MY SWEET REVENGE 'She's the queen of the revenge novel and Jane Fallon's done it again' Heat 'Another winner from Jane Fallon' Hello! 'Compelling, edgy, beautifully written . . . always a joy.' Daily Mail 'It's FABALISS. I was SO GRIPPED' Marian Keyes on Faking Friends
The brand-new novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Faking Friends and Tell Me a Secret. Perfect summer reading for fans of Marian Keyes, Sophie Kinsella, Gill Sims
"Welcome to The Close - a beautiful street of mansions where gorgeous Stella is the indisputable Queen Bee... It is here that Laura, seeking peace and privacy after her marriage falls apart, rents a tiny studio. Unfortunately, her arrival upsets suspicious Stella - who fears Laura has designs on her fiancé, Al. When Laura stumbles on the big secret Al is hiding, suddenly Stella's perfectly controlled world, not to mention Laura's future, are threatened. Taking a chance on beating Al at his own twisted game, these two former strangers are fast becoming best friends. But has Laura forgotten that revenge always comes with a sting in the tail?"--Provided by publisher.
The heart-rending novel is about a high profile, wealthy, and overly protected family. Mr. James Anthony Jones Senior is head deacon at the large Baptist church, but ruled by his lovely spouse. From that union James and Joy were born. Now, both attorneys have successful partners. Indeed their mother (Mrs. Jones) handpicked the spouses for her progeny. Mrs. Jones orchestrates the well-behaved family, but Joy somewhat rebellious. Joy meets a friend (Morgan) and the two become so inseparable, until Joy carelessly hand delivers the good husband to the friend, without having knowledge of what she had done, until it's too late.
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Marseilles Pond was a peaceful Maine lake, until the night someone used Steven Shea's crossbow to slaughter his wife Sandy and his best friends Hale and Vivian. For the Boston couples known as the "foursome", the good times ended in a bloodbath. When detective John Cuddy investigates, he uncovers some startling surprises. Kirkus calls Foursome Healy's "best to date".
Best friend. Soulmate. Confidante. Backstabber. Amy thought she knew who Melissa was - then again, Amy also thought she was on the verge of the wedding of her dreams to her long-distance fiancU. When her career suddenly begins to unravel, Amy pays a surprise trip home to London. Her boyfriend Jack is out, but it looks like another woman has been making herself at home . . . And that Other Woman is Melissa. Amy has lost her job, her fiancU, her best friend and her home in one disastrous weekend - but instead of falling apart she's determined to get her own back. Piecing her life back together won't be half as fun as dismantling theirs, after all.
Beauty can be a blessing. Or a curse. As Abi would be the first to know. She has spent her life in the shadow of her stunningly beautiful, glamorous older sister Cleo. Headhunted as model when she was sixteen, Cleo has been all but lost to Abi for the last twenty years, with only a fleeting visit or brief email to connect them. So when Abi is invited to spend the summer in Cleo's large London home with her sister's perfect family, she can't bring herself to say no. Maybe Cleo is finally as keen as Abi to regain the closeness they shared in their youth? But Abi is in for a shock. Soon she is left caring for her two young, bored and very spoilt nieces and handsome, unhappy brother-in-law Jon . . . while Cleo plainly has other things on her mind. As Abi moves into her sister's life, a cuckoo in the nest, she wrestles with uncomfortable feelings. Could having beauty, wealth and fame lead to more unhappiness than not having them? Who in the family really is the ugly sister? 'A thoughtful exploration of the dark side of fame, which throws up all sorts of engaging ideas about beauty and ageing . . . An irresistible read.' Daily Mail'A triumph of snappy writing, pointed observation and acerbic wit.' Easy Living'Enjoyably edgy.' Red'Sassy and brilliantly written.' Closerwww.janefallon.co.uk

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