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Kiss Me Quick

Julie Highmore

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Frank and funny fiction from a fresh and original voice

Tim s own life is in chaos, but he s paid for his qualification as a life coach, and he s going to use it. When his new, and only, client tells him she s had a windfall, he believes he really could turn his and of course her life around. But he doesn t know that there s more to Debbie than the scruffy, overweight drudge she appears to be.

After all, journalists have to find a story somewhere - and Debbie s found hers in the little seaside town of Shelcombe, and its eccentric inhabitants.

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Julie Highmore

Julie Highmore was born in Surrey. She has worked as a reader for OUP Children's Books, copy-edited academic work and taught English. She lives in Oxfordshire and has three independent grown-up children. This is her first novel.

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