By Sophie Kinsella
Lottie simply is aware that her boyfriend goes to suggest in the course of lunch at one in every of London’s fanciest eating places. but if his gigantic query comprises a visit in another country, no longer a visit down the aisle, she’s thoroughly overwhelmed. So whilst Ben, an past love, calls her immediately and reminds Lottie in their pact to get married in the event that they have been either nonetheless unmarried at thirty, she jumps on the probability. No formal dates—just a short march to the altar and a honeymoon on Ikonos, the sun-drenched Greek island the place they first met years ago.
Their friends and family are horrified. Fliss, Lottie’s older sister, understands that Lottie should be impulsive—but without doubt this can be her worst choice but. And Ben’s colleague Lorcan fears that this hasty marriage will spoil his friend’s profession. to maintain Lottie and Ben from creating a negative mistake, Fliss concocts an tricky scheme to sabotage their marriage ceremony evening. As she and Lorcan jet off to Ikonos in pursuit, Lottie and Ben are in for a honeymoon to recollect, for greater . . . or worse.
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“Author of the preferred Shopaholic sequence, [Sophie] Kinsella has back created a fast paced, hilarious comedy jam-packed with bubbly banter and a captivating forged of characters. The fanatics (more self-deluded than star-crossed) are delightfully incorrect, and the competitors are sweetly susceptible. brilliant, bouncy, enticing and excellent for filming.”—Kirkus Reviews
“There’s lots of foolish enjoyable on hand during this fascinating comedy of errors.”—Booklist
“Kinsella lovers could be charmed.”—Publishers Weekly
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Which are gone. You use them and they’re gone. So what is the government’s policy on this issue? Obviously the government’s policy on this issue is to favour in terms of allocating research resources and funding, the renewable forms of energy, Bryan, the ones that don’t damage the air and the earth and the sea. You’re reading that upside down. I beg your pardon. The government favours the fossil fuel forms of energy, Bryan, the ones that damage the air and the earth and the sea. Why would that be, Mr Howard?
You had a lot on. I did. I think I was supposed to announce it but my notes were in my other trousers. And of course that money did go on roads. It just didn’t go on roads until later. Yes. Why is it this money’s not spent on the roads the rest of the time? A lot of it is. There are some repairs to roads all the time. Yes, but 200 million. It’s a lot. That’s right. It’s a good point, Bryan. I’ll ask about that. Who will you ask? I’ll ask the prime minister. Is he the Minister for Roads? No, but he’s in charge of the election.
What policies have you been pushing? I’ve been concentrating on not issuing any kind of challenge to John Howard’s leadership. The prime minister has said the election is about trust. That’s right. Doesn’t the children overboard story militate against… It’s about trust on the big important issues. Trust in economic management. Hasn’t the huge deficit announced this week thrown that management into question? It’s about trust in those areas of economic management that don’t bear particularly on the vagaries of monthly trade figures.