Dinner for Two

Dinner for Two

Book - 2002
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When Dave Harding holds his friend's newborn baby, the biological clock he never knew existed starts ticking. Loudly. Which wouldn't be so bad except his partner Izzy has no nine-month plans for fat ankles or trips to Baby Gap.

Then the music mag folds and Dave is temporarily forced to become Agony Uncle for 'Teen Scene'. Knee deep in the adolescent outpourings of his readership, Dave opens one letter from a girl who doesn't want advice about boys - she wants to know about Dave. Because she's convinced that Dave Harding is her dad. And she's got the facts to prove it.

Publisher: London : Hodder and Stoughton, 2002.
ISBN: 9780340767955
Characteristics: 364 p.


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WVMLStaffPicks Dec 23, 2014

A fine example of the “Lad Lit” novels popular in England today, this is the story of a cool young Londoner and his beautiful wife, both working as writers for magazines and both icons of the age so glamourously portrayed therein. Here the cool guy grows up, hearing his biological clock ticking loudly as he finds himself one day admiring a romper-suit in Baby Gap. Funny, astute observations written in a warm and winning style make this the perfect read for anyone on the cusp of 30 and not too shabby for the rest of us!

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