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Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number one best seller Jane Green - author of “The Other Woman” and “Spellbound” - explores the hectic life of a single girl with a difficult choice to make in her hilarious novel “Mr. Maybe”. No strings attached...At twenty-seven, Libby thinks there's a lot to be said for a rich husband. So when Nick comes along - lovely, funny, handsome Nick, who has no money whatsoever, lives in a seedy North London flat and thinks the perfect night out consists of the pub and a few pints - she decides he's only good for a fling ...or a rock on her finger. On the other hand, there's investment banker Ed. His Regent's Park house just about makes up for his hideous moustache. Sure, he's irritating, but he's crazy about her...Libby's left with one or two big life choices: does she want happiness or security? Commitment or true love? Should she follow her head or her heart? “Green writes with acerbic wit about the law of the dating jungle”. (“Sunday Express”). “There's no maybe about it: a righteously hilarious read”. (“Glamour”).Bestselling author Jane Green has captured the imaginations of readers in the UK and the USA with her frank and funny approach to those day-to-day issues that affect women everywhere. Other titles also published by Penguin include “Jemima J.”, “Babyville”, “The Love Verb” (published as “Promises to Keep in the USA”), “The Patchwork Marriage” (“Another Piece of My Heart”), “Girl Friday” (“Dune Road”), “Life Swap” (“Swapping Lives”), “The Beach House”, “Second Chance”, “Straight Talking” and “Bookends”.
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