The One That Got Away

The One That Got Away

Four Women. One Wedding. A day they’ll never forget…

Anna and Toby were meant to be, until their sudden break-up left everyone speechless. Now, Anna has received an invite to Toby’s wedding, and it seems like he will forever remain The One That Got Away.

Clare is Anna’s best friend. She’s sure that attending Toby’s wedding will give Anna the closure she needs. Little does she know, the day will change her own life forever, too.

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This summer’s MUST-READ: a hilarious and heart-warming romantic comedy, perfect for fans of Lucy Diamond and Carole Matthews.

Four Women. One Wedding. A day they’ll never forget…

Anna and Toby were meant to be, until their sudden break-up left everyone speechless. Now, Anna has received an invite to Toby’s wedding, and it seems like he will forever remain The One That Got Away.

Clare is Anna’s best friend. She’s sure that attending Toby’s wedding will give Anna the closure she needs. Little does she know, the day will change her own life forever, too.

Ella is a classic femme fatale. But the one man she’s never managed to charm is Toby and, despite her marriage to wealthy widower Max, she just can’t get him out of her head.

Rachel is the blushing bride-to-be. This should be the happiest day of her life. So why does she feel like everything is about to fall apart?


Testimonials

‘There’s lots of bitching and a few tears in this fizzing read’
Woman’s Own

‘This well-written story shows that the path of love – true or otherwise – never does run smoothly’

Four Stars –HEAT (Deborah Fraser, Review)

‘Forget another tired old royal wedding and concentrate instead on Helen Warner’s sparkling debut… the ramifications are superbly dealt with.’

The Ticket (The Mirror) March 11-17, 2011

`A ridiculously romantic story…of four women as they gear up for a wedding that will have repercussions for them all’

–Number 1, Heat 15/3

‘If you believe in “the one” (or even if you don’t), or if you enjoy brides on motorcycles, and weddings that take place when all the guests have left, this book may be for your “To Read” list.’

Loni’s Little Treasures, blog 22/3

`Channel 4’s head of daytime TV, Helen Warner, paints a complex picture of friends and lovers’
(5 stars) –Star Magazine 28/3


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