A Perfect Proposal – Katie Fforde. Sophie Apperly is young, attractive, practical, domestic & totally unappreciated by her academic family. Following on from the recent Katie Fforde thead, I have just finished reading my free copy of her new book ‘A Perfect Proposal’. (Thanks Charlotte!). Fforde’s latest is a rambling, bighearted novel in which a young Londoner becomes entangled with a wealthy American family.
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I remember the first time I read pergect original Diary of a Perfectt When her friend, Milly, invites her to New York for a holiday, Sophie decides to go. Matilda also has a very protective grandson, Luke, a handsome attorney.
Luke is horrified when he discovers that Matilda has invited Sophie to the family home in Connecticut for Thanksgiving. I also loved the covers of her early books. By the way, it amuses me to see the quotes on Katie’s novels about what a great beach read they are. As they’re published mid-year I suppose that makes them perfect for the UK summer.
In the middle of a Melbourne winter, it’s lovely to know I can look forward to a new Katie Fforde every year. Posted by lyn at 6: Newer Post Older Post Home. I Prefer Reading is moving to WordPress. The new link is here. I’ve been thinking about a move for a while as I feel the blog needs Linda Gillard on e-publishing House of Silence. I’m very pleased to hand over the blog today to Linda Gillard, author of House of Silencewhich I reviewed yesterday.
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