'Sophisticated and sexy, I love Sunni Overend's books' Maggie Alderson
All's fair in love and couture ... Fashion and love collide in the stylish new novel from the author of The Dangers of Truffle Hunting.
Disgraced fashion prodigy Apple March has gone into hiding, concealing herself within the cashmere and silk folds of a formerly grand fashion boutique - the hanging of blouses and handling of difficult patrons now her only concern.
But when her sister Poppy needs a wedding dress, old passions are reignited ... along with threats from her past.As Apple finds herself falling for someone she shouldn't, her quest to re-emerge becomes entangled in a time she wants forgotten, and life unravels as quickly as it began to mend.From the cool heart of Melbourne, to Paris and New York, in an effervescent world of croquet, Campari and cocoon coats, can Apple prevail over demons past to become the woman she was born to be?
Praise for The Dangers of Truffle Hunting:'
Overend's way with words that had us picking the book and giving it prime position as our #1 read' Vogue'Exotic and exciting ... well developed characters ... richly detailed ... enjoyable summer read ... just divine!' Books + Publishing'[This book] is insanely attractive. It has it all - lust, love, fame, wine, rich people, the whole shebang. It had me rooting for the protagonist and left me heart-warmed throughout' Fashion Journal
Sunni Overend is a graphic design grad, and the daughter of the late, award-winning children’s author Jenni Overend.
Sunni worked briefly in creative advertising before building an online fashion store and concurrently wrote two women’s fiction manuscripts.
She married her architect husband in 2013 (yes, he did look good on paper), sold her online store, and merged her areas of expertise to self-publish her first novel, March.
Paperback / softback
HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
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