Trouble With Lucy

Trouble With Lucy

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Lucy Lockhart had it all. A glamorous job, a successful boyfriend and a fabulous apartment. But when she's sent to recuperate at her parents' country house following a sudden illness, she meets dreamy, blue-eyed Tom McGregor, and suddenly starts to realise what she's been missing. Tom takes one look at city girl Lucy and decides to avoid her at all costs. He's been hurt by girls like her before. But there's something about Lucy and, as their paths continue to cross, he realises there's more to her than meets the eye. Despite their deepening feelings, neither can imagine a future together. Lucy could never live in the country and Tom could never go back to the city. The very idea horrifies them both. Their hearts, however, have other plans. An often hilarious rural romance with lots of laid-back country charm, a rich cast of characters and a sizzling love affair between two opposites who are deeply attracted to each other.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 130 x 199 x 16mm | 194g
  • Penguin Books Australia
  • Hawthorn, Australia
  • 0143569570
  • 9780143569572

About L.J. Young

Leah Young was born and raised in Melbourne with an older brother and sister, which is why she's very loud. She spent most of her early years on a skateboard or at the beach. Leah started writing her first book when she was 12-years-old, with her best friend Leah. It was always going to be confusing so, from then on, she decided to write on her own. Since then, Leah has written many manuscripts, thousands of advertisements and a few articles. She's also lived overseas, studied Film and TV and attempted to wear fake eyelashes with decorum. She now lives in Yarraville with cats, Lollipop and Hermione, her own alpha male, Greg, and their three daughters aged 7, 12 and 14, who think it's, like, ace, that their mum is finally published!
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