The Importance Of Ernestine

The Importance Of Ernestine

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by Elizabeth Dunk

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Imprint: Escape Publishing

Release date: 2018-04-01

Pages: 250 Pages

ISBN: 9781489257703

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Love isn't easy in the cutthroat world of Australian politics...

Cecily Carter and Gwen Fairford have both started a fantastic new life in Canberra – jobs they love, a fabulous friend (each other) and even, it seems, the perfect men. Or at least, they could be perfect, if they changed political allegiances.

Alec Moncrieff and John Worthing are leading perfect lives: great jobs, a great friend (each other) and even great new relationships. But when they are caught out in a lie, everything begins to fall apart. Alec, so used to manipulating everything to his own satisfaction finds he can't manipulate his way out of his feelings. And Cecily's past is about to roar into the public domain. Will Gwen and Cecily give their men a second chance, or is love just another empty campaign promise?  

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Elizabeth Dunk

Elizabeth Dunk

Elizabeth Dunk is the contemporary romance writing alter-ego of Nicole Murphy, who cut her teeth writing science fiction and fantasy. A long-time romance fan, Nicole couldn't resist attempting to sit fair and square in the modern world and bring two fabulous characters together and thus Elizabeth was born. As Nicole, she has dozens of short stories in print and published an urban fantasy trilogy, The Dream of Asarlai. As Elizabeth, she's published a couple of short stories. This is the first novel-length work under her new name and there are plans for many more.
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