Lisa Jewell

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Narrated By: Imogen Church

Duration: 15 hours and 13 minutes

What to expect

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The hit romance about the havoc an old flame can create, from the bestselling author of I Found You and Then She Was Gone

This blast from the past will knock them off their feet . . .

Dig Ryan hasn't seen Delilah for twelve years, but when she bursts back into his life he can't help falling for his first love all over again.

Nadine has been in love with Dig for fifteen years, so she can't help feeling cheated when her best friend has his head turned again by her old nemesis Delilah.

But how low will Nadine stoop in order to make Delilah go away?

And how can she make Dig realize who he really loves?

'Will keep you up all night in a sweaty, addicted reading frenzy' The Times

'Very entertaining and very funny' Heat

'Jewell writes with invigorating zest and lashings of emotional intelligence' Independent

'Wary, funny, realistic and immensely readable' Cosmopolitan

© Lisa Jewell 2000 (P) Penguin Audio 2020


Modern & contemporary fiction, Contemporary romance

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Sunday Times

Will keep you up all night in a sweaty, addicted reading frenzy

The Times

Jewell's readability and emotional intelligence make her the cream of pop fiction


A triumph


Tackles serious issues with humour - proving that chick-lit can be intelligent, interesting and huge fun

Sunday Express

Warm, funny, realistic and immensely readable


Addictively readable

The Times

A joy . . . a fun summer read


Fans of chick-lit will understand when I say that this is a book you simply disappear into

Sunday Telegraph

Jewell writes with invigorating zest and lashings of emotional intelligence - pop fiction at its proudest


Praise for Lisa Jewell


Moving and intelligent


Magnetic, unpretentious and bursting with one-liners


This is a gem


Very entertaining and very funny


Top marks. Fantastic


Bubbly and addictive, the best romantic comedy we've read in ages


A lovely book . . . informed with a wholesome desire to please and entertain

Daily Telegraph

Stands out from the mass of chick-fic like a poppy in a cornfield . . . Glitters with insight