A Crowded Marriage
Praise for Catherine Alliott
'Til death do us part jut might cause you to wring someone's neck...
Imogen Cameron can't quite figure out how she and her husband, Alex, have plummeted from living in their beloved London townhouse to scraping by in his exgirlfriend's guest cottage. But although the scenic pastures might inspire her flagging artistic career, and getting out of the city might do their son good, Imogen wonders if all the country air in the world could calm the crowds that are invading her marriage.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DanaBurgess - LibraryThing
A crowded marriage implies one ... one crowded marriage (ha ha ha - channelling my inner Count here. And throwing in a little foreshadowing) And in this fun, British romp, Catherine Alliott must have ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mjmbecky - LibraryThing
I have to admit that the story started off pretty slowly. In fact, in the first 150 pages I wondered if I'd be able to finish it. I didn't feel very connected to Eleanor, with her strangely muted ... Read full review
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