Forget Me Knot

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 14, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
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From the acclaimed author of Gucci Gucci Coo and Apocalipstick comes a funny, sexy novel about questionable engagements—and a love worthy perhaps of the big screen.

Florist Abby Crompton has a knack for arranging the most exquisite bouquets for the hippest clientele. If only her personal life could run as smoothly. Although her fiancÚ, Toby, proposed a month ago, Abby’s still waiting for the ring. An up-and-coming lawyer, Toby’s been far too busy to shop—let alone muster the energy for romance. If that wasn’t frustrating enough, the night she’s supposed to meet her future mother-in-law, Abby gets stuck in an elevator—with a sexy stranger bearing fine wine. Needless to say, a tipsy Abby arrives late for dinner and doesn’t make the best impression.

In the aftermath of the dinner disaster, Abby is thrilled to learn that a film studio wants to use her shop in an upcoming movie. But when she meets the director, Dan, she’s shocked to discover that he’s none other than the same man with whom she shared the elevator—and some highly personal information. Now, with Toby putting in more overtime, Abby’s feeling even more neglected. And her attraction to Dan is growing daily—as her own life begins to mirror the romantic comedy he’s shooting.

Featuring an irrepressible heroine, Forget Me Knot blooms with charm, wit, and fun.


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User Review  - LolaNaru - Borders

Absolutely loved it! The story line was great and the characters were funny and believable. I always dread novels that constantly put the protagonist in ridiculous and embarrassing situations, well this one was cringe-free making me love it even more. Read full review

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User Review  - diana1963 - LibraryThing

This book is similar in style and story to "Notting Hill" which became a popular movie. It is a Britlit book. It was a fun one day read. Sue Margolis has several other books of a similar nature, so if ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
28
Section 3
48
Section 4
65
Section 5
90
Section 6
110
Section 7
135
Section 8
159
Section 11
237
Section 12
257
Section 13
268
Section 14
283
Section 15
293
Section 16
312
Section 17
328
Section 18
339

Section 9
202
Section 10
227
Section 19
362
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About the author (2009)

Sue Margolis is the author of six books, which have more than half a million copies in print from Bantam Dell. She lives in England, where she's at work on her next novel.


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