From Notting Hill with Love...Actually

From Notting Hill with Love...Actually

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She was a girl, standing in front of a boy...

Movie fanatic Scarlett O'Brien dreams of a life as glamorous and romantic as all the big screen flicks she worships. When a chance house-sitting job in iconic Notting Hill comes along, she knows living in one of her favorite movie settings is an opportunity too good to pass up.

Leaving behind her skeptical friends, family, and fiance, Scarlett heads to London and finds herself thrust into the lead role of her very own romantic comedy. But can real life ever be just like the movies? Larger-than-life new friends, a handsome but irksome new neighbor, and a mystery from her past may prove to Scarlett that living her life like a RomCom is more complicated than she thought!

Sparkly, fun, and endearing.--Kate Fforde

This romantic comedy is the perfect way to pass a winter afternoon should Johnny Depp be unavailable.--Daily Record
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Product details

  • Paperback | 440 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 32mm | 431g
  • Naperville, United States
  • English
  • 140226948X
  • 9781402269486
  • 900,909

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This book was such a sweet and charming piece of one of my favorite genres out there: chick lit! -- dwellinpossibilitybooks.blogspot.com
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12,636 ratings
3.64 out of 5 stars
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4 31% (3,916)
3 28% (3,487)
2 10% (1,285)
1 5% (599)

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What a wonderful British Chick Lit story! This totally quirky, romantic comedy will leave a smile on your face. Now the first chapter was just a bit cheesy for me but once I got past it then I couldn't put it down. I loved all the movie references! I did think that Scarlett was a bit extreme in how much she loved movies but that really is what made her personality interesting. I really didn't like her fianc�?�© David though. I didn't get the feel that he really loved her and that he just wanted Scarlett to fit his needs. Sean on the other hand was much more interesting and he also seemed to have a bit more depth to him than a few of the other characters. I recommend this wonderful book to anyone who wants something fun and light to read. I know I thoroughly enjoyed it and am looking forward to the next one in this series.show more
by Dani Chapman
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