Sex. There's a lot of it about. And Stella is definitely not getting her fair share. She's got a few handicaps: she's the wrong side of thirty, she's a single mum (to the adorable Honey), and her French hot-bloodedness is liable to turn grown men pale. Mind you, the men she meets are either perma-tanned, tight-trousered smoothies with strangely white teeth or - easy, tiger - balding, poorly socialized podgers. One lot have black satin sheets; the other lot have, well, wives. What's a girl to do? Dividing her time between London's most PC playgroup (most popular children's names: Ichabod and Perdita) and lessons on the art of pulling from housemate Frank, Stella is seriously starting to wonder if she'll ever have sex again.
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India Knight's first novel, MY LIFE ON A PLATE, was published in 2000 to huge critical acclaim. She writes a column for The Sunday Times, alongside other newspapers and magazines. India Knight lives in London E8 with her two sons.Review:
Miles funnier and ruder than anything else of its kind Evening Standard Delicious cleverness and funniness ... slips down as easily as strawberry souffle Sunday Telegraph Fabulously funny ... ace Heat
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Book Description Penguin MD, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140297405
Book Description Penguin UK, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110140297405