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Alphabet Weekends : Love on the Road from A to Z
by Elizabeth Noble

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Natalie and Tom have been best friends forever.
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Overview
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Books-A-Million Book Club May 2007 Selection:
Natalie and Tom have been best friends forever. But Tom wants more, and he's going to prove to Natalie that they were meant to be together. He makes a wildly romantic proposition: spend 26 weekends together, indulging in a different activity from A-to-Z. In six months, he argues, they will be desperately in love. The cautious Natalie—still heartbroken over her ex-boyfriend Simon—isn't so sure.

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780061122187
  • ISBN-10: 0061122181
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publish Date: February 2007
  • Page Count: 425


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Alphabet Weekends

I confess to a deep fondness for women's fiction by English authors. There is a certain good-natured reality about the English style, a sense of compassion that doesn't require a lot of embarrassing over-embroidery. Alphabet Weekends by Elizabeth Noble is a delicious example of the form. When Natalie is unceremoniously dumped after six years, her good friend Tom comes to the rescue with an idea for a way to cheer her up: They'll go on outings corresponding to the letters of the alphabet. By the time they get to Z, surely Natalie will have fallen for him? Alternating among three couples at various stages of life, Alphabet Weekends is a clear-sighted, compassionate and loving look at the ways we fall in and out of love, wound ourselves and each other and get back on track . . . if we're lucky. A warm, readable, lovely story.

Barbara Samuel's most recent novel is Madame Mirabou's School of Love.

 
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