'Dogs are better than men, because?' So says the poster on Izzy Palmer's fridge, and she's only half joking. At a long-planned murder party, Izzy has to play scheming little tart Emerald without her boyfriend, Leo, who's let her down yet again. Cast in fiendish skullduggery with Nick, who would have been improved by a spot of murder himself, Izzy can only grit her teeth and play along. Not content with insulting her dog and telling her to hold her stomach in, Nick then has the gall to turn halfway human just as Izzy's decided she can't stand him. Still, at least he makes Leo just a little bit jealous at last, but that's all that can be said for him. Until she faces the one heartbreak she'd never imagined...It went something like, a#39;Dogs do not spend Christmas with their kids and make you feel guilty for even secretly wishing there was an alternative.a#39; Leo was taking the kids to ... a#39;I said Ia#39;d buy her a Tinker Bell outfit, a#39; he went on. a#39;She wants it for aanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Girl's Best Friend|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2010-09-30|