Lucy's love life needs a boost. When she isn't flirting with the gorgeous guy at the news-stand, she's daydreaming about torrid affairs with Lord Byron and George Clooney – basically, anyone but her boyfriend Anthony. So she does what any sensible woman would do: she gets hold of a time machine and tracks down the great lovers of the past. From Casanova to Ovid to Byron himself, Lucy's dating pool expands to truly historic proportions. But she quickly finds that even the world's most renowned lovers have their limitations and that her true love may be closer to home than she ever believed. Please note that In Bed With Lord Byron was originally published under the title The History of Lucy’s Life in 10.5 Chapters. REVIEWS “Bridget Jones meets H.G. Wells―a great combination.” ―Elle magazine “This is a truly original romantic comedy, as boy meets girl meets time machine – with memorable results” – Jessica Adams "An awesome read. It's not too deep and very comical. The story flows together nicely, and the characters are brought to life easily in the reader's mind. Even though it's about historical figures, the author portrays them as everyday people who like to have fun rather than as stuffy emotionless people to whom nobody can relate...This book was a very funny one and had me laugh out loud more than a few times. I think it's a great pick for anytime ― if you're relaxing by the pool or need something to pass a rainy day. I'd recommend it to everyone looking for a little humor to spice up their summer.” Kelsey Weitzel Lancaster Online PRAISE FOR DEBORAH WRIGHT’S NOVELS: ‘Fantastic read – you will be absolutely gripped’ – Louise Bagshawe ‘Brilliant!’ Closer 'A quirky and addictive read' -- 19 magazine 'Deborah Wright does for the fairy world what JK Rowling did for wizards' – NOW magazine 'Entertaining and fun' – Woman’s Way ‘Great escapist chick lit’ – Closer ‘Intelligent chick lit’ – Heat magazine ‘Fun and controversial’ The Sun ‘A rollercoaster of triumphs and disasters’ Company
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