Playing James

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Little, Brown Book Group, Apr 18, 2012 - Fiction - 448 pages
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Holly Colshannon is a young journalist who thinks her career is about to take a terminal nosedive when she is moved from covering 'pet deaths' for her local Bristol paper and made Crime Correspondent - a poisoned chalice if ever there was one. However, a brilliant idea from the new police PR officer sees Holly shadowing a detective and writing a diary column about his working life. Detective James Sabine is bit of a sour puss - although he does have very nice green eyes - and he's furious that he has been landed with magnificently accident-prone Holly especially since her arrival comes six weeks before his wedding to faultless Fleur. Holly, however, has a career to think about and this infuriating man is not going to stand in her way.
Meanwhile, her bosses at the newspaper realise that the column is proving extremely popular with the readers who are waiting for something romantic to happen between the handsome detective and the nice young reporter. With only days to go to the wedding Holly realises she's been waiting for the same thing...

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User Review  - akmargie - LibraryThing

Loved the Brit-ness of it and I thought the main protags were good but the story moved in lurching kinda way that was distracting. Like something super imporant would happen and then...drag that out for a while until the next super imporant bit and then... But still a fun and fresh read. Read full review

PLAYING JAMES

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Opposites meet and inevitably attract in this amusing first effort.Beautiful Holly Colshannon is an ambitious, accident-prone junior reporter for the Bristol Gazette. Slightly more gorgeous James ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Sarah Mason lives in Cheltenham. At the age of 25 she began importing gourmet popcorn from America and was soon running a company with a seven figure turnover. She started writing when she sold the business on. This is her first novel.

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