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Clara Meets The Parents: Grab a margarita and escape to Mexico in this laugh-out-loud beach read. (Clara Andrews Series Book 2)

Grab a margarita, slip on your sunglasses and join Clara on her fun-filled trip to Mexico. Almost a year has passed since Clara Andrews found love in the arms of delectable American Oliver Morgan, and things are starting to heat up.The nights of tequila shots and bodycon dresses are now a distant memory, but a content Clara couldn't be happier about it.And it’s not just Clara who things have changed for… Marc is adjusting to his new role as Baby Daddy, and Lianna is lost in the arms of the hunky Dan once again. With her friends busy with their own lives, Clara is ecstatic when Oliver declares it time to meet the Texan in-laws. Discovering that the introduction will take place on the sandy beaches of Mexico simply adds to her excitement, but things aren’t set to be smooth sailing…Will Clara be able to win over Oliver’s audacious mother?What secrets will unfold when she finds an ally in the beautiful and captivating Erica?Clara is going to need a little more than sun and sand to get through this one... PRAISE FOR THE CLARA SERIES -"I love Lacey's style of writing!""Lacey London has achieved what other authors struggle to do by keeping the reader hooked!""There is a true art to writing a series of books that just keep getting better and Lacey definitely has it.""Reading this book is like having your best friend right there next to you..." BOOKS IN THE SERIES – Meet Clara AndrewsClara Meets the ParentsMeet Clara MorganClara at ChristmasMeet Baby MorganClara in the CaribbeanClara in AmericaClara in the MiddleClara’s Last ChristmasClara Bounces BackClara’s Greek Adventure

Self Service

Self Service is a comedy novel from author Matt Clay. It's the story of Martin, a 30 something year old man who splits up with his girlfriend after a supposedly romantic holiday and realises his life is lacking in direction. Through a series of increasingly more embarrassing incidents and dates, Martin attempts to find love but generally ends up in the beer aisle of his local supermarket. Fast paced with strong language throughout, the book aims to make the reader laugh out loud on as many pages as possible.