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DescriptionNow a New York Times and USA Today Bestseller!
Miranda's track record with men is horrible.
Her most recent catastrophe is Greg. He seems perfectâgorgeous, witty, exciting. And he and Miranda are in loveâ¦ until Miranda discovers he left his wife when he found out she was pregnant.
With the help of her friends, Miranda plans the sweetest and most public revenge a heartbroken girl can get. But will Miranda learn from her mistake, or move on to the next "perfect" man and ignore the love of her life waiting in the wingsâ¦
Even the worst mistake of your life can lead to true love in the endâ¦
See what people are saying about this irresistible summer read from international bestselling author Jill Mansell:
"An exciting read about love, friendship and sweet revenge - fabulously fun."
"Both laugh-out-loud funny and tear-jerkingly sadâ¦You won't put it down."
"Watch and learn as Miranda wreaks her sweet revengeâand memorize her sharp one-liners."
"A jaunty summer read."
"Fast, furious, and fabulous fun. To read it is to devour it."
"Pick this up at your peril: you won't get a thing done till it's finished."
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Excerpt from Chapter 1
It was the first day of April. Seeing the reception desk temporarily unmanned, Miranda snatched up the ringing phone.
'Fenn Lomax salon, how can I help you?'
'And when you've finished that,' Bev suggested helpfully, 'you could valet her car.'
As the show's producer had pointed out, he was a seriously attractive heterosexual hairdresser. How could he fail?
Nowadays you could spot his clients a mile off, thought Miranda, teetering on the edge of the curb as a chauffeur-driven limo pulled up inches from her toes. The snow had all but melted now, leaving only squelchy dregs, but the woman emerging from the back of the limousine was kitted out in enough fur to see her through a hike across the Antarctic. Gingerly, in her fur-lined boots, she picked her way through the slush.
Miranda's Big MistakeBy: Jill Mansell