City Girl in Training (Tango) [NOOK Book]

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An innocent in the city!

"By the time I'd arrived at my new flat in London, I'd met a tall, dark stranger, discovered he was my new next-door neighbor--and I'd shown him my knickers! Not bad for a city girl in training! Just between you and me, it was completely unintentional--my suitcase exploded on the pavement...."

Philly is young, free and single--and definitely not looking for Mr. Right! But can she help it that the most gorgeous man ...

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City Girl in Training (Tango)

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Overview


An innocent in the city!

"By the time I'd arrived at my new flat in London, I'd met a tall, dark stranger, discovered he was my new next-door neighbor--and I'd shown him my knickers! Not bad for a city girl in training! Just between you and me, it was completely unintentional--my suitcase exploded on the pavement...."

Philly is young, free and single--and definitely not looking for Mr. Right! But can she help it that the most gorgeous man alive happens to live next door? Convinced he'll never look twice at someone like her, Philly needs a little encouragement from her new flatmates. And a lot of encouragement from this gorgeous stranger, who's surely destined to become her husband!


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426872396
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 8/23/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Romance Series , #3735
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 697,168
  • File size: 661 KB

Meet the Author




Reading is, and always has been, the first love of Liz Fielding's life. Except writing.

Success came early; Liz was twelve when she won an Easter egg in a hymn writing competition at school. But life intervened with her plans to become a hotshot author--she got a day job. Not that this was dull. Liz travelled to Zambia at the age of twenty where she worked as a secretary, before following her personal hero to the Middle East, Kenya and Botswana, and ambition became buried in the joyful business of raising a family.

However Liz never forgot that she was a writer. She wrote magazine articles, ghost stories and children's stories for BBC Radio. She was at a point where she wanted to move onto something bigger when she read a magazine piece about Charlotte Lamb and Anne Hampson and discovered, rather late in life, romantic fiction. She then read everything she could lay her hands on, and feeling certain she had a grasp of the genre, began writing. Liz had three rejections--she still has those letters!--but her fourth submission became An Image of You and was published in 1992.

Liz has now written forty-five Harlequin Romance books. Seven of them have been nominated for RWA's RITA award; The Best Man & The Bridesmaid took the prize in 2001. A Family of His Own won the RNA's Romance Prize, and was also named Reviewers' Choice Best Harlequin Romance by Romantic Times BOOKreviews in 2005. A Marriage Miracle took the Short Contemporary RITA in 2006.

These days, Liz, an empty-nester, lives in a small village in Wales where excitement means a visit from the mobile shop, the travelling library or the fish man. But she's a writer, so she invents her own worlds. Once the door to her cabin in the woods is closed, Liz can be anywhere her imagination takes her: the desert kingdom of Ramal Hamrah, the villages of Upper Haughton, Little Hinton and Longbourne (where romance is always just around the corner) or New York, the Mediterranean and even the Himalayas. "Pick up a book and come with me...

For news and excerpts of her latest releases, visit Liz's Web site at http://www.lizfielding.com. For gossip, competitions, chat and a chance to talk back, drop in on her blog at http://lizfielding.blogspot.com.
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    Posted December 20, 2002

    A delightful read!

    A delightful read! Written in first person, it has a refreshing style and easy-flowing storyline. Great book to curl up with in front of a fire and get lost in a London world.

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