Zu Forbes has a complicated relationship with love. Her mother died when she was a teenager, leaving her with a lonely father and emotional baggage. So at the earliest opportunity she switched the baggage for luggage and took off around the world. But now she’s home and working for a dating agency. If only she can pair her dad off, she can run away again with a clear conscience. While Zu busies herself fixing her dad’s love life, she almost misses Cupid creeping up behind her. They say it takes ten minutes to fall in love, so how can she be falling for someone she’s known for years? And why is it taking so damn long to matchmake her dad?
Grace's childhood home, Chadlicote Manor, is being sold to settle family debts. Will losing her home be the chance for a new life? Karen's husband has the Manor in his sights as a chance to start over.
Twentysomething Poppy became a cliché when an accidental pregnancy presented her with a 49-year-old husband. But Luke Norton isn’t any old husband – he’s the anchorman for television’s SevenThirty News and his ruggedly handsome face is beloved by the nation. Life isn’t coming up roses thanks to the first Mrs Norton’s popular column, “Diary of a Divorce” about her ex, “the Cad”, and his new wife, “the Bimbo”.
"Do not waste your credit"
In Amy's case, a husband might come in handy...but with no chance of a refund on the honeymoon, she's jetting off on her own. Except no one seems willing to leave her alone. If it's not nosy hotel guests, it's movie stars desperate to exchange suites. How's a girl supposed to wallow in misery when, under protest, she's dragged off to shop till she drops, or to film premieres or intimate picnics?