The Flirt

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Harper, 2008 - Flirting - 456 pages
6 Reviews

A delicious romantic comedy from the bestselling author of Elegance

'Unique situation available for attractive, well mannered, reasonably educated young man.Hours irregular. Pay generous. Discretion a must.'

In a small office in Half Moon Street, Hughie Venables-Smythe discovers the world of the professional flirt. A timeless art, it can save a marriage or lift a heart faster than any therapy.

Letitia Vane runs a bespoke lingerie shop in Belgravia and understands just how to make women feel beautiful. But she cannot let her guard down and fall in love, least of all with Hughie.

Olivia Bourgault de Coudray is in an unhappy marriage to a very wealthy man. When a series of beautiful notecards begins to appear, with intriguing clues handwritten on each, her interest is piqued. But the same clues are being delivered to Letitia.

Who is flirting with whom? And is flirtation as innocent as it seems - or can it lead to far more dangerous territories of the heart?

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User Review  - gmillar - LibraryThing

So I was messing about in my home library (something I do a lot) and I decided that I would organize my collecting a little. I would collect an author from each letter of the alphabet. I don't know ... Read full review

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User Review  - Johnny1978 - LibraryThing

In a genre flooded with tired cliches propounded by tired authors, Tessaro stands out as an original and compelling storyteller. She tells an unusual and hillarious tale of coincidence and mistaken ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Born in Pittsburgh, Kathleen Tessaro studied drama before emigrating to London. After ten years working as an actress in films, television, and theatre, she trained as a drama teacher and voice coach. During this time, she began to write seriously and produced her debut novel Elegance, which became a bestseller in both hardback and paperback. Kathleen lives in London.

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