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Happy Medium : the unmissable new romcom sizzling with opposites-attract chemistry, Paperback / softback Book

Happy Medium : the unmissable new romcom sizzling with opposites-attract chemistry Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


'Exactly the kind of rom com I love to read' SOPHIE COUSENS'Stole my heart and ran away with it' AMY LEA'Sizzling opposites-attract chemistry' SARAH HOGLEFake medium.

True love?Fake spirit medium Gretchen Acorn may be a fraud, but she's a benevolent one.

So when her client asks her to help a friend who's struggling to sell his apparently haunted goat farm, who's Gretchen to say no?It turns out said farmer isn't quite as Gretchen imagined.

Charlie Waybill is young, hot as hell, and extremely unconvinced by Gretchen. And things get even worse for Gretchen when she finds herself face to face with Everett: a very real, very chatty ghost. Everett wants Gretchen to help save Charlie from the family curse that's left him haunting Gilded Creek since the 1920s.

Now Gretchen has one month to win over the sceptical farmer. And as they grow closer, Gretchen realises the only way to pull off the greatest con of her life might be to finally risk her heart. EVERYONE LOVES SARAH ADLER'S ROMCOMS'A sparky, bright, hilarious road-trip rom com with a heroine who is 100% pure sunshine' BETH O'LEARY'Heartfelt and hilarious in equal measure' ?????

READER REVIEW'Sarah Adler nails the ultimate rom-com alchemy' CARLEY FORTUNE'Beautiful and charming and poignant' ?????

READER REVIEW'I laughed. I sobbed. I loved it!' ASHLEY POSTON'Sarah Adler's voice is hilarious and unique' ?????



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