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Allen & Unwin, 2002 - Man-woman relationships - 192 pages
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Esmerelda is a stylish, unemployed, ex-student with a band of eccentric friends. Who can blame her for falling in love online with a mysterious and charming American?

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Winnie Salamon is a writer and freelance journalist. She has written about everything from amputee fetishists to what Posh Spice packs when she goes on holiday.

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