By Gemma Burgess
"I've came upon the key to winning singledom. I'm performing like a guy. And it's working." "I've stumbled on the key to winning singledom. I'm appearing like a guy. And it's working." After breaking apart along with her boyfriend of, good, perpetually, Abigail wooden needs to tips on how to be unmarried from scratch. Her courting abilities are abysmal, and he or she ricochets from catastrophe to catastrophe -- till Robert, certainly one of London's so much infamous lotharios, has the same opinion to educate her. together with his suggestion, she learns to navigate the bastard-infested waters of the bar scene and practices the artwork of being bulletproof. the recent Abigail is cocky, calm, composed!but what occurs while she meets her fit? a lady such as you is the second one e-book from Gemma Burgess. Her first ebook, The relationship Detox, used to be released in 2010 to rave studies: "Laugh out loud funny" nearer journal. "Smart, plotty and humorous! purchase it, learn it, love it." The Irish usher in. "For these ready to alternative the following Bridget Jones, Gemma Burgess solutions back." VF day-by-day, www.vanityfair.com.
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