By Carmen Reid
Meet Annie Valentine: fashionable, savvy, multi-tasker extraordinaire.
As a private client in a swanky London style shop, Annie can re-style and re-invent her consumers from head to toe. in reality, this super-skilled cloth cabinet could be trusted to unravel everyone's difficulties . . . other than her own.
Although she's a hectic unmarried mum to stroppy youngster Lana and painfully shy Owen, there's a niche in Annie's dresser - sorry, lifestyles - for a brand new guy. yet discovering the ideal companion is popping out to be quite a bit trickier than discovering the correct pair of shoes.
Can she resource a real vintage? A lifestyles lengthy funding? Will she turn out with a mistake from the sale rail, who'll need to be back? or perhaps, simply probably, there'll be an individual new during this season who may be the one . . .
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