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About the book
  • Published: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409084693
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 480

Three in a Bed

When a successful, attractive woman decides to have a child her world is turned upside-down...

Bella is a high-achieving, go-getting management consultant who seems to have it all. She's brilliant at her job, plays just as hard as she works and has a fantastic, sexy relationship with her husband Don. Then, she realises that something's missing from her life and decides to have a child (even though her husband isn't at all keen on the idea), and her ordered world is turned upside-down.

Bella's city slicker lifestyle doesn't go too well with morning sickness, swelling body and raging hormones. Suddenly it's all change - she's a sleep-deprived, emotionally-ravaged wreck, close to embarking on an affair with her former boss.

  • Pub date: 1 September 2010
  • ISBN: 9781409084693
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 480

About the Author

Carmen Reid

Carmen Reid is a writer, journalist and mother. She is the bestselling author of How Was It For You?, Did The Earth Move?, Three In A Bed, Up All Night and The Personal Shopper for adult readers. She has also written the Secrets at St Jude's series for younger readers, which draws on her own experiences in a Scottish boarding school. After working in London as a news reporter for a decade, Carmen now lives in Glasgow with her husband and two children. You can visit her website at www.carmenreid.com to find out more.

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Praise for Three in a Bed

“Probably the best book of the year!”

B Magazine (Three in a Bed)

“An entertaining and insightful tale of a 21st century working motherhood with a bittersweet edge”

Cosmopolitan (Three in a Bed)

“Cleverer than the average and much more entertaining too”

Heat (Up All Night)

“Her previous bestsellers were only a delicious taste of how brilliantly she can tell a story”

Daily Record (How Was it For You?)

“Full of love, hope and a dash of sadness, it's a great summer read”

Sunday Mirror (Did the Earth Move?)

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