Lovesome / Sally Seltmann.

By: Seltmann, Sally [author.]
Material type: TextTextDescription: 236 pages ; 24 cmISBN: 1760632872; 9781760632878Subject(s): Young women -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Fiction | Restaurants -- Employees -- Fiction | Happiness -- Fiction | Best friends -- Fiction | Female friendship -- Fiction | Triangles (Interpersonal relations) -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Interpersonal relations -- Fiction | Artists -- Fiction | Balmain (N.S.W.) -- FictionGenre/Form: Love stories. | Australian fiction -- 21st century. DDC classification: A823.4 Summary: It's 1995 and 21-year-old Joni Johnson is fresh out of art school and loving her life. Working at Harland, a French restaurant, makes her happy - it's as romantic as she is herself. Harland's owner, Lucy, and chef, Dave, make her evenings both entertaining and complicated. By day, Joni sets up her easel in her backyard bungalow, turns on her music, and paints. But when Joni's best friend, Annabelle, arrives on the doorstep one night ecstatic in love, everything changes. The life Joni has built for herself seems lacklustre in comparison to Annabelle's rising star. And when Annabelle makes a beeline for the one man who seems interested in Joni, it looks unlikely that their friendship will survive.
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"An entrancing, warm-hearted love story about finding happiness"--Cover.

It's 1995 and 21-year-old Joni Johnson is fresh out of art school and loving her life. Working at Harland, a French restaurant, makes her happy - it's as romantic as she is herself. Harland's owner, Lucy, and chef, Dave, make her evenings both entertaining and complicated. By day, Joni sets up her easel in her backyard bungalow, turns on her music, and paints. But when Joni's best friend, Annabelle, arrives on the doorstep one night ecstatic in love, everything changes. The life Joni has built for herself seems lacklustre in comparison to Annabelle's rising star. And when Annabelle makes a beeline for the one man who seems interested in Joni, it looks unlikely that their friendship will survive.

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