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  • Published: 15 October 2020
  • ISBN: 9781473570511
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 312

Meant to Be



Jess Taylor hopes she has found true love in reliable - but dull - Tim, but when a family heirloom with a mysterious back-story leads her to inconveniently handsome Guy, her plans for happily-ever-after go awry...

After a spate of terrible boyfriends, Jess is sure she's found her perfect man in dependable - but occasionally dull - Tim. But when her grandmother, tasks her with retrieving a family heirloom from a local auction she finds herself face to face with a charming stranger, Guy.

Guy has already bought her grandmother's precious necklace and whilst Jess desperately tries to buy it back from him, he somehow convinces her to go out on a date instead.

Ridiculous. But Guy has the necklace and Jess's grandmother's health is declining rapidly. Jess has no choice but to indulge Guy and go on a date with - if only to get the necklace back.

But when she and Guy hit it off on their date Jess's dependable happily-ever-after is thrown off track.

  • Published: 15 October 2020
  • ISBN: 9781473570511
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 312

About the author

Louisa Leaman

Louisa Leaman was born, raised and now lives near Epping Forest. She studied Art History at Leeds University before becoming a teacher working with children with special needs. After winning the Times Education Supplement’s New Writer’s Award, she turned her hand to writing books for children. Louisa currently writes content for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, but has also been published in the Guardian, the Observer, the Independent and The Times Educational Supplement. Her interest in the arts is often inspiration for her plots and her first book, The Perfect Dress, was inspired by the V&As large wedding dress collection and fulfils her dream of writing romantic fiction. When she isn’t busy writing or rearing her three lively children, she paints portraits, takes long walks and spends far too long browsing vintage clothing shops.

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