You're the One That I Want

av Giovanna Fletcher
9t 29m Läses av Ben Elliot, Kate Rawson

Förlagets beskrivning

A new audiobook from the author of Billy and Me about love and the unbreakable bonds of friendship. Read by Kate Rawson and Ben Elliot. Maddy, dressed in white, stands at the back of the church. At the end of the aisle is Rob - the man she's about to marry. Next to Rob is Ben - best man and the best friend any two people ever had. And that's the problem. Because if it wasn't Rob waiting for her at the altar, there's a strong chance it would be Ben. Loyal and sensitive Ben has always kept his feelings to himself, but if he turned round and told Maddy she was making a mistake, would she listen? And would he be right? Best friends since childhood, Maddy, Ben and Rob thought their bond was unbreakable. But love changes everything. Maddy has a choice to make but will she choose wisely? Her heart, and the hearts of the two best men she knows, depend on it... Praise for Billy and Me: 'A gorgeous, gloriously romantic read with buckets of charm - I absolutely loved it!' Jill Mansell 'A sweet and sparkling debut from a lovely lady. Sure to be a hit' Carole Matthews 'Only the most hard-hearted could fail to root for Sophie as she falls for A-lister Billy and must take on the mad, bad world of showbiz. This sweet debut reminded me of Last Night at Chateau Marmont' Louise Candlish 'Wonderfully warm & cosy. The perfect comfort read to curl-up with and enjoy' Ali McNamara 'If you're looking for a romantic read and a summer treat that'll take you on a journey and leave you feeling like you've made a new friend, you'll love Billy and Me' Vanessa Greene 'Warm and romantic, this charming read will certainly brighten up your day' Closer 'This is one juicy read' Now 'Tons of charm and genuine warmth' Star Magazine


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Penguin Books Ltd
Läses av
Ben Elliot, Kate Rawson

Modern & samtida skönlitteratur 1945
Skönlitteratur: romaner & noveller
Modern vuxenromantik