The Wrong Mr Right

The Wrong Mr Right

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It's not easy being a wife, once removed. Grace's love affair with Matt couldn't have been more perfect, except for the fact of his ex-wife, Felicity. Still, love must conquer all and Grace was overjoyed when they finally married. Now, five years and two children later, the romance isn't quite as rosy as it was, but the last thing she is expecting is for Matt to walk out on her. Felicity is chic, glamorous and self-contained; she hides very well the deep hurt she suffered when Matt left her. When she hears that Matt has now deserted Grace as well, to her own surprise she offers the hand of friendship to the wife once removed - Grace. Matt's new love is Plum. She is in a haze of love: Matt has finally told her that he is going to leave his wife Grace and move in with her. At last they can embark on their great romance. And why should two ex-wives and a couple of children get in the way of what she wants? As Grace's broken heart begins to mend and she comes to terms with the whirlwind that's engulfed and transformed her life, she realises that it's not all bad. A fateful mistake brings a new man into view, and she sees that life can yet excite and thrill her.Felicity begins to realise that, bizarrely, Grace may be the one to help her at last to get over her broken marriage. While the two ex-wives forge an unlikely alliance, Plum finds that falling for a serial monogamist has its own drawbacks...show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 153 x 234mm
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0752889036
  • 9780752889030

About Kirsty Crawford

Kirsty Crawford worked as a fiction editor with various publishers. She is married to James Crawford and they live with their son, Barney, and daughter, Tabitha, in East Dulwich, London.show more