It's not that Janey Sinclair isn't pleased to see her sister. It's just that being woken at seven by Maxine, complete with police escort, isn't quite how she'd planned to spend her Sunday. Even so Janey, who's just rebuilding her life after her husband disappeared, is delighted that her sister's back in the Cornish town where they grew up. When Maxine sets her sights on Guy Cassidy, an impossibly glamorous fashion photographer, Janey knows there's no limit to the mischief her sister will get up to in order to dispatch her rivals. But little do they know that the competition is a lot closer to home than they think...An irresistible romantic comedy from bestselling author Jill Mansell about sisterly love and rivalry...a#39;Sweetheart, your hair looks fine as it is, a#39; she said in soothing tones. a#39;Ita#39;s much ... a#39; Go away, a#39; he told Ella, who was perched on the end of his bed kicking her heels. a#39; Cana#39;t I have a turn? ... a#39;But Jooshaa#39; a#39;And stop kicking the bed, youa#39;re making me blink. ... double chin . . . a#39;Can we go down to the shop and buy some sweets?a#39; Glancing up from the pages of Bystander, Serena saw that Ella was back. This timeanbsp;...
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