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The Party Season

Sarah Mason

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Every bit as fresh and laugh-out-loud funny as Sarah Mason's first novel, PLAYING JAMES, winner of the Parker Romantic Novel of the Year 2003.

Respected entrepreneur Simon Monkwell and party planner Isabel Serranti have known each other since childhood. He was a thirteen-year-old bully and she was the eleven-year-old whose life he made a misery. Now she's twenty-six, everything Isabel hears on the grapevine convinces her that Simon hasn't changed one little bit.

So when Monty, Simon's father, asks Isabel to help him host a charity ball at the Monkwell's country estate, Izzy has mixed feelings. Determined to put the past behind her, however, and thinking that Simon is away on business in America, Izzy quickly falls under the spell of the eccentric family once more, only to discover that her childhood memories aren't quite as accurate as she thought they were ...

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Praise for The Party Season

  • Bubbly good fun. - SUNDAY MIRROR

  • A sparkling, funny read. - HEAT

  • Another quirky, funny romp through romantic minefields. - ELLE

  • Perfect to curl up with. - MARIE CLAIRE

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Sarah Mason

Sarah Mason lives in Cheltenham. At the age of 25 she began importing gourmet popcorn from America and was soon running a company with a seven figure turnover. She started writing when she sold the business on. Her first novel, PLAYING JAMES, was published in August 2002.

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