The ultimate romantic comedy from the Number One bestsellerNatalie and her sisters have known Tom and his family forever. They climbed trees together, scraped knees on the same pavements and, in taking shared steps towards adulthood, shaped bonds that would last a lifetime.So when Natalie's long-term love walks out on her, Tom's is the much-needed shoulder she cries on. And Tom dreams up an ingenious way to dry her tears: a series of Alphabet Weekends - starting with A for Abseiling - to make her forget the heartache and, he hopes, to make her see what's been staring her in the face all these years. His genuine love for her.But as they tumble from A to Z, their families and friends face broken hearts and tragedies of their own. Can the Alphabet Weekends unlock love in all its many and wonderful guises? And not just for Natalie and Tom, but for everyone they care about?
- Paperback | 480 pages
- 128 x 194 x 32mm | 322.05g
- 25 Feb 2010
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Elizabeth Noble
Elizabeth Noble lives in Surrey with her husband and two daughters. Letters to Iris is her latest novel. Her seven previous books - The Reading Group, The Friendship Test (formerly published as The Tenko Club), Alphabet Weekends, Things I Want My Daughters to Know, The Girl Next Door, The Way We Were and Between a Mother and her Child - have all been Sunday Times bestsellers, with The Reading Group reaching Number One.
Praise for Elizabeth Noble * - * Noble is the mistress of the tearjerking message of love * Express * Incredibly thought-provoking and poignant * Sun * A wonderfully well-written book, full of emotion * Daily Mail * Witty, affectionate and unashamedly tear-jerking * Red * Enchantingly clever -- Penny Vincenzi Honest and beautifully written * Woman & Home * Witty, pacy and immediately engaging * Glamour * Extremely moving . . . you'll be gripped * Daily Mail * Irresistible comfort read * Glamour * So fluid, the pages turn themselves * Daily Mirror * Tissues are essential. You'll ricochet between delicately watering eyes at the romance of it all and howling sobs at the unbearable tenderness * Heat * It would be a hard heart indeed that remained unmoved . . . the tender feelings that Noble engenders in her readers are to be cherished * Daily Express *