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A wonderfully warm comedy of mistaken identity from the incomparable Fiona Walker, ahead of her new novel, The Love Letter. Allegra North's second thoughts about splitting with childhood sweetheart Francis need a first-class stamp. But with her unfinished letter to him still in her handbag, she can't find the right words to express her regrets. Invited to a big movie premiere through her work, she resolves to put all thoughts of her ex fiancé out of her mind; then she loses her handbag in the foyer.
Francis, meanwhile, is determined to win Allegra back. Convinced that they should never have parted, he intends to declare his feelings in front of crowds of press and film fans that evening, unaware that his meticulous plans are about to be hijacked by his hired accomplice, a movie stuntman with a thirst for publicity.…By the time the closing credits roll, the crowds will be baying for a kiss. Can a letter right wrongs, or do actions speak louder than words?
What would have made Sealed with a Kiss better?
A more credible storyline
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment - this was the first audiobook I'd bought. Thought it would be a good idea to start off with something lighthearted and short to see how the experience was.
Won't buy this author again.
Any additional comments?
Might be cheap but save your money