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The Visa

Lizzie O'Hagan

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

In this sweeping, romantic comedy, affairs are expected and falling in love is betrayal.

In this sweeping, romantic comedy, affairs are to be expected, and falling in love is betrayal... This topsy-turvy romcom is perfect for fans of Josie Silver, Beth O'Leary and Mhairi McFarlane.

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For a commitment-phobe who's never taken a girl on a third date, Jack finds getting married to his old friend Maya pretty easy. He's a New Zealander in need of a visa to stay in the country, and she doesn't believe in marriage anyway. Simple.

Maya and Jack live in wedded, sex-less bliss, until one day Jack starts to get serious with someone else. . .

Suddenly Maya finds herself falling into a role she never thought she'd be: a wife - and a scorned one at that - who is falling uncontrollably, undeniably, and entirely inconveniently, in love with her own husband.

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Praise for The Visa

  • Such a clever book, a beautifully written modern story of 'will they, won't they', but so much more. Highly recommended! - Hot Brands, Cool Places on What Are Friends For?

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Lizzie O'Hagan

Lizzie O'Hagan studied Law before going into publishing, where she now works as a book editor at an independent press. She writes and paints in her spare time and can usually be found behind a laptop in one of Bermondsey Street's many coffee shops near her house share in London Bridge.

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