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April 6, 2016



Published by Black & White Publishing

When unlucky-in-love Sam bumps into her first boyfriend, the charming but roguish Charlie, she falls head first for him all over again. He broke her heart, she’s determined to win him back – even if she has to chase him all over London…
Sam’s friends have their doubts about whether cheating Charlie is really the man for her, but they have their own problems to deal with. Uptight Mara is struggling to trust anyone after a bad break-up; sexy corporate go-getter Claudia has her self-confidence rocked after a health scare; and sensitive, intelligent Ed, has been secretly, hopelessly in love with Sam for years…
As Sam chases her lost love like a woman possessed, getting into ever more outlandish situations and making a fool of herself in the process, she finds herself wondering just how far she’ll go to win Charlie back. Or will she finally see what’s right under her nose?

I loved reading this story, sometimes people really do bump into an ex in places that you wouldn’t expect to see them.

When Sam Moriarty was on the way to the pub to meet the girls, someone rounded a corner and walked straight into her. When she noticed it was Charlie her first boyfriend. He hadn’t changed a bit, and if anything to Sam he looked like he had grown more handsome than since she had last seen him. Part of Sam had been thinking on and off over the past decade about Charlie Hugh-Barrinton.  All her friends have troubles of their own to deal with and are not up to helping Sam who has Charlie on the scene again. Ed has just returned from India and wants to date Sam, but in Sam’s head all she can think about is Charlie, Charlie and Charlie.  How far would you go to win back your ex? Charlie may have broken Sam’s heart years ago but she is determined to win him back even if she has to chase him all over London. Will Sam win Charlie back or will he cheat on Sam Moriarty again?

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