Flora drinks herbal tea, meditates and believes in the abundance of
the universe. Georgie drinks black coffee, drives a car called Flat
Eric and believes in hard work. But they agree about a lot of
things. They're getting married, they know all men are victims of
their own biology, but they're not choosing Hillary Clinton for a
role model. Which means they've got the whole biology thing sorted.
So when their old boss bets them they can't seduce each other's
fiances, they're up for it.
Will it all go horribly wrong? Are men really all the same? Biology
is destiny - true or false? To get the answers, read Celia
Brayfield's delightful comedy, set in millennial London and
inspired by Mozart's opera Cosi fan tutte.
'Delicious . . . the perfect antidote to most of its genre. A
laugh-out-loud book' "Ireland Evening Herald"
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