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  • Hachette Books Ireland
  • Hachette Books Ireland

Some Girls Do

Clodagh Murphy

8 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Quiet, studious Claire works in a bookshop and dreams of becoming a bestselling writer. By night she writes an erotic blog called Scenes of a Sexual Nature, resigned to a life of writing about sex rather than actually having any.

But when Claire is offered a book deal by Mark Bell, the hot London publisher with whom she's been flirting online, it seems like all her dreams have come true. Except that Mark only knows Claire as her risque online persona NiceGirl and Claire needs to brush up on her sex skills fast - before she's exposed.

When Claire enlists the help of Luca, a brooding, gorgeous and infinitely unsuitable artist, to be her sex coach, things begin to get complicated.

Mark is offering Claire the life she's always dreamed of - the literary world of London and a posh Highgate apartment. Luca is a struggling commitment-phobe who is willing to teach sex for money.
Claire has a decision to make. But great sex, friendship AND love...can't a girl have it all?

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Praise for Some Girls Do

  • Steaming hot chick lit...Murphy is a laugh-out-loud, talented and insightful writer - Irish Independent

  • A masterclass in writing electricity between two characters. Saucy, sexy and sensational, Some Girls Do is practically perfect in every way. - BookWorm Ink

  • I loved this book, it was a joy to read from start to finish and I really was devastated to turn the last page and leave Claire and Luca behind for good. I cannot wait to read more from Clodagh Murphy! - Chloe's Chick Lit Reviews

  • Clodagh Murphy is one of the most talented chick lit writers around...I really, really enjoyed Some Girls Do...I was totally hooked and the ending was magical. I personally promise that you won't be disappointed - Chick Lit Reviews and News

  • Clodagh has managed to get the balance just right between romance and sex...Some Girls Do is a thoroughly entertaining read and I cannot wait to read what Clodagh has in store for us next - Shaz's Book Blog

  • (Some Girls Do is) absolutely unputdownable, one to keep to re-read in the future - Erin's Choice

  • I really enjoyed this book, from cover to cover...I have already added Some Girls Do to my "favourites" shelf - On My Bookshelf

  • Some Girls Do is an endearing tale full of love on every all-round wonderful book - The Book Geek Wears Pajamas

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Clodagh Murphy

Clodagh Murphy was born in Dublin in 1961. She moved to London in the 1980s and lived there for several years. She currently lives in Dublin with her beloved laptop. She is an aunt to five nephews and one niece.

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