My Husband's Sweethearts by Bridget Asher

Monday, May 11, 2009
<i> My Husband's Sweethearts</i> by Bridget Asher
My Husband's Sweethearts by Bridget Asher

Download your exclusive first chapter from My Husband's Sweethearts by Bridget Asher here.

About this book:

Lucy Shoreman discovers in one fell swoop that not only has her husband Artie been cheating on her, but that his heart is failing and he's dying.

So in a drunken moment she takes his little black book, and dials up all his former lovers, asking them to schedule their turn caring for him on his death bed. After all, they were there for the good times, so why should she deal with the bad times on her own? The last thing she expects is that any will actually show up. But one by one, they do…

About the author:

Bridget Asher lives on the Florida panhandle. Bridget Asher is a pseudonym for critically acclaimed, bestselling author Julianna Baggott. She has published 14 novels and began publishing when she was just 22. My Husband’s Sweethearts is her first novel under her pen name. Random House will publish The Pretend Wife, her second novel as Bridget Asher, in January next year.

My Husband's Sweethearts is on sale June 1st 2009. A Bantam book published by Random House Australia. RRP $32.95.

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