A Love Story for Bewildered Girls (Paperback)Emma Morgan (author)
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Grace loves a woman. Annie loves a man. Violet isn't quite sure. But you'll love them all...
Grace has what one might call a 'full and interesting life' which is code for not married and has no kids. Her life is the envy of her straight friends, but all this time she has been waiting in secret for love to hit her so hard that she runs out of breath, like the way a wave in a rough sea bowls you over, slams you into the sand, and nearly drowns you.
When Grace meets a beautiful woman at a party, she falls suddenly and desperately in love. At the same party, lawyer Annie meets the man of her dreams - the only man she's ever met whose table manners are up to her mother's standards. And across the city, Violet, who is afraid of almost everything, is making another discovery of her own: that for the first time in her life she's falling in love with a woman.
A Love Story for Bewildered Girls is a moving and exquisitely funny novel about love, sex and heartbreak.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 272
Weight: 292 g
Dimensions: 216 x 135 x 19 mm
'An utterly gorgeous novel. It will forever hold my heart in its pages.' - Pandora Sykes, host of The High-Low podcast
'Exquisitely tender, beautifully written, funny and sad. . . a story about women rescuing themselves and each other. It made my heart swell.' - Daisy Buchanan, author of How To Be A Grown Up
'I absolutely loved this book by Emma Morgan which follows 3 women's very different love lives... I inhaled it.' - Emma Gannon, host of the podcast Ctrl-Alt-Delete
'Funny, honest, brilliant.' - Nina Stibbe, bestselling author of Love, Nina
'A funny exploration of love, friendship and female sexuality, I found this novel difficult to put down.' - Clare Fisher, author of All The Good Things
'A Love Story For Bewildered Girls is a triumph and I don't use that word lightly. When I finished it, I wanted to start it all over again.' - Geraldine Quigley, author of Music Love Drugs War
'Funny, touching, uplifting, thoroughly modern.' - Lauren Bravo, author of What Would the Spice Girls Do?
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