The World is Full of Divorced Women, Paperback / softback Book

The World is Full of Divorced Women Paperback / softback

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*Includes a sparkling introduction to this deliciously wicked novel from the wonderful Veronica Henry, talking about what this book and Jackie means to her*'SCANDALOUS.

OUTRAGEOUS. AND COMPLETELY FABULOUS!' Veronica Henry What would you do if you found your husband in bed with your best friend?

For journalist Cleo James the best revenge is moving on, and she has the perfect assignment to throw in Mike's face: a high profile piece that involves an in-depth, probing analysis of five of the world's most eligible male movie stars. And why can't she have a little fun while she's at it... Hot-shot music producer, Mike James, has an insatiable appetite but he isn't willing to give up on the beautiful Cleo, so he flies to England to win her back... Muffin is London's hottest nude model, discovered in her teens by a photographer and now one of the UK's biggest stars.

Jon Clapton left his wife for Muffin and will do everything to keep her, and her spotlight.

But their open relationship may cause more trouble than it is worth.

When the world is your bedroom, the opportunities are endless... but is there love to be had as well as pleasure?Why everyone needs Jackie in their lives . . . No one does it better than Jackie' heat `The definition of a class act' Graham Norton 'Scandalous.

Outrageous. And completely fabulous!' Veronica Henry `Jackie was absolutely marvellous, she was lovely.

She was a very, very good writer' Jilly Cooper `Jackie to me was the best writer of those risque, amusing, fun novels - full of Hollywood characters and lots of sex' Barbara Taylor Bradford `That smart, talented and gorgeous woman paved the road for many of us so that we could experience a smoother journey . . . with or without heels' Sandra Bullock `RIP Jackie Collins.

I always loved our interviews' Oprah Winfrey

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