A feel-good romance. Sometimes true love can be found where you least expect it... Perfect for the fans of Mhairi McFarlene and Fiona Gibson.
Thomas Clark is a wealthy aristocrat. Sandy Price was the girl next door. They grew up spending their summer holidays on the same country estate, but Sandy couldn't stand Thomas and he hasn't crossed her mind since.
Years later, an unexpected turn of events brings Thomas back into her life. At the reading of his grandfather's will, Thomas is set to inherit everything on one condition: he marries Sandy Price - otherwise the entire estate will go to charity. Thomas must find a way to make this happen.
Sandy is unemployed and trying to renovate a bistro with some friends. But at the last minute the bank withdraws its loan offer. So, when she receives a call from Thomas offering her an attractive proposal, she has no choice but to accept...
What readers are saying about DON'T MARRY THOMAS CLARK:
'I really enjoyed this book which is both clever and amusing, recommended as light reading'
'Hilarious ... I loved it'
'Funny, bubbly, romantic, sweet and exciting!'
'Loved it so much read it twice'
|Publisher:||Head of Zeus|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Celia Hayes works as a restorer and lives in Naples. Between one restoration and another, she loves to write. Don't Marry Thomas Clark reached no. 1 in the Amazon Italian Ebook chart.
Celia Hayes works as a restorer and lives in Naples. Between one restoration and another, she loves to write. Don't Marry Thomas Clark reached #1 in the Amazon Italian Ebook chart.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Don't Marry Thomas Clark, by Celia Hayes, is a feel good tale pitting everyday Sandy Price against childhood antagonist and wealthy aristocrat Thomas Clark, only heir of Sir Roger Aaron Clark. Thomas expected to inherit the bulk of his grandfather's extensive legacy, and did, but with a very well spelled out caveat. Thomas must marry, and he must marry the bane of his childhood, Sandy Price, or forfeit his legacy. Thus begins the tumultuous story of how Sandy and Thomas become engaged. Even though Sandy had vowed to herself, and her diary, that she would never marry Thomas Clark, that is just what she is planning to do. Sandy, out of work, almost out of money, and having had the loan she had sought to open a new bistro with her friends revoked, feels compelled to follow along with Thomas's grand plan to escape the marriage clause. With a delightful, yet somewhat predictable, ending, the fun of this novel is the humorous journey that the engaging characters take to the conclusion. A great summer beach read, I recommend this book.