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Do You Come Here Often?

Alexandra Potter

7 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Laugh-out-loud romantic escapist comedy from the bestselling author of ME AND MR DARCY.

What becomes of the broken-hearted?
Grace was just a teenager when Jimi broke her heart. But now she's moved on and is happy with her perfect fiance Spencer. Even if it s been a while since he mentioned actually getting married.

You give love a bad name...
Meanwhile Jimi's own wedding day is just around the corner. He's certain he's found the one. Or has he? Because when he bumps into Grace again, something suddenly doesn t feel right.

More than a feeling?
It looks like there might be something wonderful between them. But is it really worth risking everything for?

One thing is for sure - as the radio plays its late-night love songs, one girl is about to find out that the best lines can actually be the ones you write yourself...

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Praise for Do You Come Here Often?

  • The perfect reading romcom - Daily Mail on ME AND MR DARCY

  • Fantastically funny - Elle on ME AND MR DARCY

  • Sharply written, pacey and funny...pure self-indulgence' - The Times on BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR

  • Feel-good fiction full of unexpected twists and turns - OK!

  • Nobody does it quite like Alexandra Potter - Daily Mirror

  • A touching, funny love-story - Company

  • Always perceptive, often funny, never dull - Heat

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Alexandra Potter

Alexandra Potter was born in Yorkshire. Having lived in Los Angeles and Sydney after university, where she worked variously as a features editor and sub-editor for women's magazines including Elle, Company, Red and Australian Vogue, she now writes full time and lives between London and Los Angeles. She is the author of nine internationally bestselling novels of romantic fiction with a magical twist, including Don't You Forget About Me and Me and Mr Darcy, which won the Best New Fiction Award at the Jane Austen Regency World Awards 2007.
You can find out more at www.alexandrapotter.com or on her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Alexandra.Potter.Author or follow Alexandra on Twitter @AlexPotterBooks.

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