Going Too Far
'An addictive cocktail of wit, frivolity and madcap romance' Time Out
'You've gone all fat and complacent because you've got your man, haven't you?'
Polly Penhalligan is outraged at the suggestion that since getting married to Nick and settling into their beautiful manor farmhouse in Cornwall she has let herself go. But watching a lot of telly and gorging on biscuits, not getting dressed until lunchtime and waiting for pregnancy to strike are not the signs of someone living an active and fulfilled life.
So Polly does something rash.
She allows her home to be used as a location for a TV advert.Having a glamorous film crew around will certainly put a bomb under the idyllic, rural life. Only perhaps she should have consulted Nick first.
Because before thecameras have even started to roll - and complete chaos descends on the farm - Polly'smarriage has been turned upside down. This time she really has gone too far . . .
Praise for Going Too Far
An addictive cocktail of wit, frivolity and madcap romanceTime Out
A joy . . . you're in for a treatDaily Mail
Alliott has a way of getting you hooked, and making you read on and onMirror
Fresh and witty. I couldn't put it downSunday Express
Praise for Catherine Alliott-
Intelligent and sparklingMarian Keyes
Hilarious and full of surprisesDaily Telegraph
Classy, wonderfully gossipy and breathlessRed
We defy you not to get caught up in Alliott's life-changing taleHeat
Warm, witty and wiseDaily Mail
Hilarious yet poignantSophie Kinsella