Random House presents the audiobook edition of Living Dangerously by Katie Fforde.
Polly Cameron is happy being 35 and celibate, living in a small Gloucestershire town with a possessive cat for company and a Rayburn for comfort. After all, a relationship would only complicate things...but Polly's life is already complicated.
In addition to her job in the Whole Nut cafe - and her part in the 'Save Our High Street' campaign - there's her pottery career to get off the ground.
Not to mention dodging the efforts of her friends and mother to find her a husband.
Living Dangerously is a deliciously funny look at rural life, with an array of hilariously depicted characters and a heroine with more than her fair share of biting wit and innocent charm.
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Living Dangerously: 1st published in 1995
Disappointed to find out that this not a NEW Katie Fforde novel as a publicity email announced. It was in fact published in 1995 and I had already read it.
The story is a good one and the performance was up to Jilly Bond’s usual standard. However I have reduced the overall rating to 3 stars because of Audible’s false advertising.
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- Katie T.
When I saw some of the Katie afforded back catalogue was available on audible- didn’t disappoint from the days of borrowing cassettes from the local library- fingers crossed that the rest including Highland Fling and Going Dutch follow soon