It Only Happens in the Movies by Holly BourneAudrey is over romance. Since her parents relationship imploded her mothers been catatonic, so she takes a cinema job to get out of the house. But there she meets wannabe film-maker Harry. Nobody expects Audrey and Harry to fall in love as hard and fast as they do. But that doesnt mean things are easy. Because real love isnt like the movies...
The greatest love story ever told doesnt feature kissing in the snow or racing to airports. It features pain and confusion and hope and wonder and a ban on cheesy clichés. Oh, and zombies... YA star Holly Bourne tackles real love in this hugely funny and poignant novel.
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There are some funny, even heartwarming, moments, but there are also some crude sex jokes and foul language. He walked away from the upcoming nuptials, got his big nose fixed and became a plastic surgeon. At the same time, he learned that, if he pretended to be in a bad marriage while bar hopping, he had success with the ladies. Almost 20 years later, Danny is a successful plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, still picking up the ladies with his wedding ring ruse. Then, while not using the ruse, he meets a beautiful, voluptuous year-old blonde, named Palmer. They connect with one another and Danny thinks she may be the one, but she discovers the fake wedding ring in his pocket. So, Palmer convinces his divorced office manager, Katherine played by Jennifer Aniston , to pose as his wife.