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The Two Lives of Miss Charlotte Merryweather: A Novel
     

The Two Lives of Miss Charlotte Merryweather: A Novel

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by Alexandra Potter
 

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From the "fantastically funny" (Elle), "sharp" (Salon) author of the international bestseller Me and Mr. Darcy, an enchanting drive down the road not taken, in the most surprising company

At age thirty-one, American Charlotte Merryweather has spent ten years in London pursuing personal and professional perfection. Yet her

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From the "fantastically funny" (Elle), "sharp" (Salon) author of the international bestseller Me and Mr. Darcy, an enchanting drive down the road not taken, in the most surprising company

At age thirty-one, American Charlotte Merryweather has spent ten years in London pursuing personal and professional perfection. Yet her present-day success- heading her own PR company, owning a gorgeous apartment, planning a future with her devoted boyfriend- only heightens the shock of a visit from the past.

"Lottie," Charlotte's twenty-one-year-old self, drives onto the scene at the wheel of a rusty, orange Volkswagen Beetle identical to Charlotte's first UK ride. Charlotte pursues a friendship aimed to bestow upon Lottie a decade of wisdom. Yet Charlotte's prosperous polish proves a pale substitute for Lottie's innate, youthful graces- openness, passion, and kindness. Will the student become the teacher in this witty turnabout?

The clever plotting and winning characterization that made Me and Mr. Darcy a bestseller are on full display in these pages.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101222904
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
03/30/2010
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
400
File size:
511 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

ALEXANDRA POTTER was born in Yorkshire, England. Having lived in Los Angeles, Sydney, and London after university, she finally decided to settle where the sun is and now lives full-time in California. She has worked variously as a features editor and subeditor for women’s magazines in the United Kingdom, and currently writes full-time.

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The Two Lives of Miss Charlotte Merryweather 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book under a different title, as mentioned above. Loved it!
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rhonda524 More than 1 year ago
Who wouldn't want to go back and talk to yourself 10 years ago? I loved this book. Couldn't put it down. Also made me think about life and I like that in a book.
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Definitely recommend this book!
Carspar289 More than 1 year ago
what a great book!!! a must have for the beach reader in all of us. takes you back to your youth and makes you want to be able to travel back in time to redo so many things. a definite recommendation!!!!
harstan More than 1 year ago
A decade ago twenty-one years old American college grad Charlotte Merryweather arrived in London. She quickly realized she was an uncouth moron when it came to class and style. Thus she reengineered herself from the idiot with the scrunchie hairdo into the guru of style. Now thirtyish Charlotte seeks a new home for her and her long time boyfriend while she and her office assistant Beatrice try to persuade a perspective new client to go with her company. However, she is stunned on the morning commute when she sees someone in a battered ugly orange Beetle who looks like her ten years ago. Unable to resist, Charlotte follows her younger self doppelganger home. She soon realizes this is her as twenty-one years old Lottie the loser. Thinking she has a second chance to avoid the stupid mistakes she made back then, Charlotte plans to mentor herself but begins to learn that her choices were super a decade ago as they led to her success; but recently have been poor as she had forgotten the lessons learned. This is an entertaining chick lit tale in which the mature Lottie learns much more than her naive younger version. Although time paradox issues are ignored, the two Lottie's make for a charming tale as the thirtyish woman begins to understand that she got to where she is today due to the unsophisticated twentyish version. Readers will enjoy this fine tale as the older heroine learns life lessons. Harriet Klausner