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– Rachel’s Random Reads (top 500 Amazon reviewer)
Don’t tell the bride!
Rose, Sal and JoJo have been looking forward to their best friend Wendy’s hen party for ages. A relaxing spa break is the perfect way to escape their crazy careers, grumpy husbands and stroppy children – even if the groom’s straight-laced sister, Tamsin, is coming too.
Until they realise that there’s been a mistake in the booking and instead of sipping prosecco in fluffy white dressing gowns they’re off to bridesmaid bootcamp!
Squeezing themselves reluctantly into tiny shorts and sliding through the mud, it’s only a matter of time before secrets emerge that could change everything…
Forget about saving the date, these four bridesmaids need to save the day – otherwise will there even be a white wedding at all?
The hilariously uplifting new story from Fiona Collins, bestselling author of A Year of Being Single.Perfect for fans of Jane Costello, Helen Fielding and Fiona Gibson.
‘Pure unadulterated fun. A joy to read.’ – Rachel’s Random Reads (top 500 Amazon reviewer)
‘A fun and fabulous read!’ – Jessica Bell (NetGalley reviewer)
‘A sizzling, hilarious, saucy and sexy book. Simply the perfect read for this summer.’ – Sparkly Word
‘Funny, light-hearted and fabulous!’ – Karen Whittard (NetGalley reviewer)
‘Brilliant and fabulous… this book reminds me of Sex and the City!’ – Rebecca Stacey (NetGalley reviewer)
Fiona Pask, commercial litigation partner at Harper Macleod LLP acted for the successful respondent with Roddy Dunlop QC and Richard Pugh instructed respectively as senior and junior counsel. Lady Hale, in broad agreement with the argument of Lord
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Anonymous in Their Own Names recounts the lives of three women who, while working as their husbands' uncredited professional partners, had a profound and enduring impact on the media in the first half of the twentieth century. With her husband, Edward L. Bernays, Doris E. Fleischman helped found and form the field of public relations. Ruth Hale helped her husband, Heywood Broun, become one of the most popular and influential newspaper columnists of the 1920s and 1930s. In 1925 Jane Grant and her husband, Harold Ross, started the New Yorker magazine. Yet these women's achievements have been invisible to countless authors who have written about their husbands. This invisibility is especially ironic given that all three were feminists who kept their birth names when they married as a sign of their equality with their husbands, then battled the government and societal norms to retain their names. Hale and Grant so believed in this cause that in 1921 they founded the Lucy Stone League to help other women keep their names, and Grant and Fleischman revived the league in 1950. This was the same year Grant and her second husband, William Harris, founded White Flower Farm, pioneering at that time and today one of the country's most celebrated commercial nurseries. Despite strikingly different personalities, the three women were friends and lived in overlapping, immensely stimulating New York City circles. Susan Henry explores their pivotal roles in their husbands' extraordinary success and much more, including their problematic marriages and their strategies for overcoming barriers that thwarted many of their contemporaries.
Reflecting on whether Rakesh’s wife Priya (Fiona Wade) will discover what he had done, the soap star said: “I think it’s inevitable. Fiona has had a lot to do with the aftermath in terms of wondering what is bothering him – a lot of that does go on.
Emmerdale is about to seriously hot up as Rakesh Kotecha puts the lives of Nicola King and Ronnie Hale in serious danger by starting ... One of the fire props used to simulate the blaze is prepped as Fiona Wade waits to spring in to action… (Picture ...
EMMERDALE star John McArdle has hinted that his character Ronnie Hale will have his own suspicions over the ... With his guilt over Ronnie and Nicola, and trying to keep his secret from wife Priya (Fiona Wade), Pasha admitted he didn't know how his ...
Fiona Hale, Actress: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Fiona Hale was born on February 7, 1926 in New York, USA as Fiona Campbell Shields. She was an actress ...
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Fiona Hale (February 7, 1926 - April 22, 2014) was an American actress. Her career began in 1949 in the movie Harriet Craig. She is known for her roles in Minority ...
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