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Tell Me Something

Tell Me Something

WILL THE ITALIAN DREAM BE WHAT SHE’S ALWAYS IMAGINED?

In Tell Me Something, Adele Parks, author of the No. 1 ebook bestseller The Stranger In My Home, asks can dreams live up to reality in her addictive novel set in glorious sun-drenched Italy, where a marriage crumbles, cultures clash and love affairs begin…

Elizabeth has two goals in life. Once she fulfils the first – finding a sexy Italian husband – she thinks the second will come easy. But getting pregnant is proving difficult.

So when the couple move to Italy for Roberto to run the family business, Elizabeth hopes the relaxing lifestyle will boost her chances of conceiving.

But Italy is anything but peaceful…

Elizabeth’s wily mother-in-law seems to instantly hate her, Roberto’s gorgeous ex is lingering a little too close for comfort… And. Still. No. Baby.

Will Elizabeth’s hunger for a bambino be enough to hold her marriage together? Or will she find herself dreaming of something else all together?

What readers are saying about Tell Me Something:

‘The story is a rollercoaster ride full of ups and downs for Elizabeth, and Parks’ clever and unpredictable twists and turns are thoroughly enjoyable

‘Elizabeth’s character is highly developed and expertly portrayed. It’s been a while since I read a book which made me laugh and cry simultaneously, for being both happy and sad
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 29th March 2012

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780755394272

Reviews

'Entertaining and sophisticated'
<i>Marie Claire</i>
'A fabulous mix of comedy, real life and emotional depth'
<i>Daily Express</i>
'Wonderfully plotted, moving and insightful...shot through with funny, tender and observant moments'
<i>Daily Mail</i>
'A wicked pleasure'
<i>Woman & Home</i>
'Compulsively addictive'
<i>Elle</i>
'Deliciously down to earth'
<i>The Times</i>
'She is a particularly acute observer of relationship ups and downs, and her stories are always as insightful as they are entertaining'
<i>Daily Mirror</i>
'Observant, sensitive and funny'
<i>Closer</i>
'Guaranteed to keep you hooked until the end'
<i>She</i> magazine
'When it comes to fiction reflecting feminine issues, Adele Parks has her finger on the pulse'
<i>Glamour</i>
'Parks writes with wit and a keen eye for detail'
<i>Guardian</i>
'Full of emotional set-pieces and real insight into relationships between men and women'
<i>Heat </i>
'Dark, funny and observant'
<i>Cosmopolitan</i>