How to fall in love with a man who lives in a bush / Emmy Abrahamson, translated by Nichola Smalley.Material type: TextDescription: 247 pages ; 23 cmISBN:
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Translated from Swedish.
Julia is looking for Mr Right, but Ben is more Mr Right-Now-He-Could-Do-With-a-Bath. You may think you know what kind of novel this is, but you'd be wrong. Yes, Julia is a single-girl cliché, living alone with her cat in Vienna and working in a language school. And yes, a series of disastrous dates has left her despairing of ever finding The One - until Ben sits next to her on a bench. He's tall, dark, handsome... and also incredibly hairy, barefoot, a bit ripe-smelling and of no fixed abode. You guessed it - they fall in love, as couples in novels do. But can Julia overlook the differences between them, abandon logic and choose with her heart?
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