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Girls' Guide to Getting It Together
Amber Lindley

Harlequin Harlequin E
August 2014
On Sale: August 4, 2014
Featuring: Megan Riley; Liam Wiseman
ISBN: 1460336224
EAN: 9781460336229
Kindle: B00JTPTZZ8
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At twenty-four, Megan Riley has a boring job and a humdrum life. Then she stumbles across a magazine article called "How to Be a Confident Woman." Her flatmate, Zara, thinks it's daft, but Megan is certain that this list is her path to a more exciting future. Clearing the chocolate stash out of her desk and investing in good lingerie are simple enough. It's the part about asking out a guy who's way out of her league that's a disaster waiting to happen.

Liam Wiseman is gorgeous, funny and-totally not into Megan. It's almost enough to drive her into the arms of the "successful London lawyer" Megan's mum has picked out for her. Almost.

As Megan strides boldly from one misadventure to the next, she discovers that being a strong, independent woman doesn't mean wearing an expensive bra or learning to make a chicken curry. True confidence means being herself—and being herself might just result in finding love along the way.

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