Jenny Sparrow Knows The Future by Melissa Pimentel

Jenny sparrow

Everything is going to plan – until she marries the wrong man…

We’ve got sets of ten copies of Melissa Pimentel’s smart and funny new rom-com Jenny Sparrow Knows The Future to give away to ten lucky reading groups.

To be in with a chance email us before 5pm on Monday 31st July 2017 and tell us about your reading group, why you would love to get your hands on a copy, and if you would be happy to review this title for us.

About the book

Jenny Sparrow can tell you her future:

1. Meet soulmate at 25
2. Move in with him
3. Marry him this year . . .

According to the plan Jenny made at thirteen, it’s time for her to get married. But when her boyfriend proposes a break instead of a wedding, a girls’ weekend in Vegas is the only solution . . . until she wakes up in a stranger’s bed, and discovers that this is the year she gets married – to the wrong man.

Jenny wants a quick divorce and her old boyfriend back.

But what if her accidental husband has other ideas?

Closing date: 31 July

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