Unsuitable Men

Unsuitable Men

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Unsuitable Men is a hilarious romantic comedy from Pippa Wright, author of Lizzy Harrison Loses Control and The Foster Husband.

After eleven years of coupled-up domesticity, Rory Carmichael is single for the first time in her adult life. Even she would admit that her ex-boyfriend Martin wasn't the most exciting man in the world - let's face it, his idea of a rocking night was one spent updating his Excel spreadsheets - but Rory could rely on him and, having watched her mother rack up four turbulent marriages, that's what matters. But when she discovers that her supposedly reliable Mr Right is a distinctly unreliable cheater, she's forced to consider the possibility that everything she knows about relationships is wrong.

In an effort to reinvigorate both her love life and her lacklustre career at posh magazine Country House, she sets herself a mission to date as many unsuitable men as possible. Toyboys. Sugar daddies. Fauxmosexuals. Maybe the bad boys she's never dated can show her what she's been missing in life. But if Mr Right can turn out to be so wrong, maybe one of her Mr Wrongs will turn out to be just right . . .
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Product details

  • Paperback | 464 pages
  • 130 x 196 x 34mm | 381.02g
  • Pan Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0330521721
  • 9780330521727
  • 405,305

About Pippa Wright

Pippa Wright lives in London and works in book publishing. She is also the author of Lizzy Harrison Loses Control and The Foster Husband.
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638 ratings
3.3 out of 5 stars
5 11% (72)
4 31% (195)
3 40% (258)
2 13% (80)
1 5% (33)
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