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When Lulu wakes up one morning and realises that she's in crisis, she knows she must rethink her life completely. She just needs more time - time to relax, time to have fun with her friends and, most importantly, time to find the perfect man who's eluded her for far too long. So she packs in her job as a therapist, ditches the swanky apartment, waves goodbye to her soft-top car and embraces a simpler life.

But then a terrible tragedy strikes and Lulu realizes that it isn't that easy to escape the past after all. Can she deal with her unfinished business and make the perfect life she longs for?

No ordinary love - Anita Notaro

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Title
No ordinary love
Author
Anita Notaro
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Transworld Ireland
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20110217

When Lulu wakes up one morning and realises that she's in crisis, she knows she must rethink her life completely. She just needs more time - time to relax, time to have fun with her friends and, most importantly, time to find the perfect man who's eluded her for far too long. So she packs in her job as a therapist, ditches the swanky apartment, waves goodbye to her soft-top car and embraces a simpler life.

But then a terrible tragedy strikes and Lulu realizes that it isn't that easy to escape the past after all. Can she deal with her unfinished business and make the perfect life she longs for?

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Anita Notarois a TV producer, journalist and director, and worked for RTE, Ireland's national broadcasting organization, for eighteen years. She has directed the Eurovision Song Contest and the Irish General Election, as well as programmes for the BBC and Channel 4.

Her novel TAKE A LOOK AT ME NOW was the winner of the Galaxy Irish Popular Fiction Book of the Year in 2008.

Type
BOOK
Edition
1st paperback ed
Keyword Index
Female friendship - Fiction.|Small business - Fiction.|Dogs - Fiction.
Country of Publication
Ireland
Number of Pages
448

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