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July offer open…

Free copies of Seven Days One Summer are now available for the first ten groups to get in touch.

Now this really is the ultimate summer read. For those of you jetting off to warmer climes (or just going to brave the rain on some freezing British beach) this is definitely one to pop in your bag. Tatler have called it ‘the ultimate summer beach read’ and it has been flying off the shelves since it published at the beginning of the month.  Kate Morris writes a brilliantly funny and honest marriage column for The Times and has captured the tensions, laughs and tears that undoubtedly arise on any villa holiday.

Here’s a little more on the book:

Eight old friends reunite for a week in the sun… What could possibly go wrong?
When her old flame Sam rings up one day and invites her on a villa holiday in Italy, Jen is completely thrown off balance. Sam, as she cannot help but recall, was the best kiss of her life.
With her husband Marcus constantly travelling the world for work, and seven-year-old Alfie still in the marital bed, the joys of marriage and motherhood are thin on the ground for Jen these days… What could be more appealing than being with old friends and recapturing a little bit of their youth?
Two months later, Jen and Marcus arrive at the stunning Villa La Silerchie. There to greet them are Jen’s best friend Tara and her new husband Dave, a struggling writer; there’s also vain, neurotic Miranda and her fiancé Toby; Jack, a handsome and successful actor, recently separated; and Sam – funny, laid-back, sexy Sam…
Everything’s set for the holiday of a lifetime; but as the week progresses, and tensions rise in the August heat, relationships unravel, old rivalries re-emerge, and uncomfortable truths have to be faced.
Who knew what seven days in the sun could lead to…

So do let me know if you would like copies of your book group and I will post them to  you asap: clemmie@shortbooks.co.uk/ @shortbooksuk/ or leave a comment on the Book Club blog www.shortbooks.co.uk

For those of you not lucky enough to win a copy this time you can buy a copy here.

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