The Number One Rule for Girls by Rachel McIntyre
  

The Number One Rule for Girls

Written by Rachel McIntyre
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Synopsis

The Number One Rule for Girls by Rachel McIntyre

New comedy drama from the acclaimed author of Me & Mr J Daisy knows a thing or two about love and romance. She's surrounded by it - in fact, there's no escape! Not only are her parents childhood sweethearts turned soulmates, they also run the very successful wedding agency 'Something Borrowed', helping couples to tie the knot in whatever frilly, quirky, tasteful, outrageous way they choose. So it's no surprise that Daisy has a pretty clear vision of how her life with boyfriend Matt is going to pan out. There's one major flaw in this plan - Matt and Daisy have split up! Determined not to brood, Daisy sets out to re-invent her life and her dreams. And that's when Toby enters the scene, who appears to be perfect, but is turning all the Rules upside down... An irresistable exploration of post break-up life featuring Rachel McIntyre's trademark wit and observation. Rachel studied English Literature at university and has taught English in Spain and the USA as well as the UK. While writing her first novel, Me & Mr J, she was teaching in a sixth form college in northern England, where she was reminded every day that young adults love reading and need fiction that explores the day-to-day challenges they face.

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About the Author

Rachel McIntyre

The idea that a writer can create an infinite number of worlds has captivated Rachel McIntyre since she was a small child. Having parents who filled the house with books meant she grew up surrounded with stories and she has carried this passion with her throughout life. Rachel studied English Literature at university and has taught English in Spain and the USA as well as the UK. While writing Me & Mr J she worked in a sixth form college in northern England, where she was reminded every day that young adults love reading and need fiction that explores the day-to-day challenges they face.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
320 pages

Author

Rachel McIntyre
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Publisher

Electric Monkey an imprint of Egmont UK Ltd

Publication date

25th February 2016

ISBN

9781405273459


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