Author(s): Freya North
She wanted a man in her life. Now she has four. It was her godmother's last wish! How could she possibly say no? When Chloe Cadwallader's beloved godmother Jocelyn dies, she leaves her a letter instructing her to give up her job (rubbish) and her boyfriend (ditto) to travel the four countries of the United Kingdom during the four seasons of the year. Clutching a letter marked 'Wales', Chloe ventures to a farm deep in the Black Mountains where she comes across the best looking man she's ever laid eyes on. And as the seasons unfold, so too does Chloe's journey. From Abergavenny to St Ives, from the Giant's Causeway to the shores of Loch Lomond, join her as she discovers love, lust, life -- and, just possibly, a man for all seasons.
'Settle down and indulge' Cosmopolitan 'An engaging voyage of self-discovery in which small pleasures (egg mayonnaise sandwiches, Mitsouko scent and a velvet scarf) are as much celebrated as the momentous ones -- art, love and a place to call your own' She 'Tantrums, tarts, tears and text-sex - what's not to love?' Heat
Freya North's first novel, Sally, was published to great acclaim while she was still in her twenties. Her subsequent books, Chloe, Polly, Cat, Fen, Pip, Love Rules, Home Truths, Pillow Talk, Secrets and Chances have all been bestsellers. In 2008 Freya North won the RNA Book of the Year award with Pillow Talk and was shortlisted in 2012 for Chances. She lives in London with her family.