Rules Are Made To Be Broken…
Two years after her marriage imploded, event-planner Cleo Nightingale is ready to get back in the dating game. However, she has one key rule: no younger women. How hard can it be?
Fresh out of uni, Becca Cramer is single and ready to embrace her new career. She's not looking for a relationship, but then fate steps in and introduces her to Cleo.
Mix in two weddings & a festival, a jilted brother and a pregnant best friend, and you've got all the ingredients for a hilarious page-turner featuring the unlikely love-match of the year!
Book five in the London Romance series features favourite characters from previous novels, and is another uplifting, sparky romantic comedy from best-selling author Clare Lydon.
London, Actually is a standalone novel.
Exquisite relationship humour and angst
The back and forth of developing relationships is highlighted in Clare Lydon’s stand-alone novel in her London series. Lydon’s dry wit and gentle plot lines keep the reader hopeful that the two main characters can sort out their relationship. Will they, won’t they? Of course they should but then again... Lydon’s effortless style is truly brought forward in the audiobook version of this novel. I had read the ebook version of this novel but, in my opinion it truly is better in the auditory form. Great book! Huzzah Clare Lydon