By Rebecca Farnworth
The humorous factor approximately love is that simply if you imagine you've obtained it taken care of, it turns around and bites you at the behind.
Which is strictly what's occurred to Carmen Miller.
Her ex husband's female friend is pregnant, her occupation as a comedy agent goes down the pan, she's made a idiot of herself with fellow agent Will Hunter, a guy she's fancied for a long time, and to cap all of it she has to maneuver out of her flat. without doubt issues can't get any worse.
Moving right down to Brighton to write down the television comedy sequence that she's continuously dreamed approximately, Carmen meets the divine Daniel. a guy so attractive, she doesn't even brain that he's obtained lengthy hair. apparently Carmen's existence is at the up again.
Until, that is... love bites again.
Looks like Carmen's again the place she begun. yet may or not it's that love isn't the matter? might be she's simply been selecting the inaccurate males.
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