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The not so perfect plan to save Friendship House / Lilly Bartlett.

By: Bartlett, Lilly [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Hi, a division of HarperCollins Publishers, 2018Description: 387 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780008319663.Subject(s): Female friendship -- Fiction | Intergenerational relations -- Fiction | Older women -- England -- Fiction | Old age homes -- England -- Fiction | Women cooks -- England -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction.Summary: "Meet Phoebe, who's 28, and Laney, Dot and Maggie, who are 68, 78, and none of your business. Together they'll prove that age doesn't matter when it comes to friendship, belonging and an unquenchable zest for life. A hilarious, uplifting novel about the ties of community, the strength of love and how nobody is truly ordinary. When Framlingham's famously all-female senior living home goes co-ed, a war between the sexes is declared. Stuck in the middle, chef Phoebe Stockton is desperate to help her friends plot to keep the community that means so much to them. It's become her life raft, too. She finds comfort in her beloved career that might finally make her parents proud. But Phoebe's darling Nick is lining up on the other side of the battle, and their relationship is suffering collateral damage. The stakes couldn't be higher. If the home's owner can't improve business by moving the men in, he'll have to evict everyone. The women aren't about to let that happen."--Publisher.
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Fiction BART (Browse shelf) Checked out 02/05/2019 I2187677
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'The perfect way to lose yourself' Debbie Johnson, bestselling author of the Comfort Food Cafe series Meet Phoebe, who's 28, and Laney, Dot and Maggie, who are 68, 78, and none of your business. Together they'll prove that age doesn't matter when it comes to friendship, belonging and an unquenchable zest for life. A hilarious, uplifting novel about the ties of community, the strength of love and how nobody is truly ordinary. When Framlingham's famously all-female senior living home goes co-ed, a war between the sexes is declared. Stuck in the middle, chef Phoebe Stockton is desperate to help her friends plot to keep the community that means so much to them. It's become her life raft, too. She finds comfort in her beloved career that might finally make her parents proud. But Phoebe's darling Nick is lining up on the other side of the battle, and their relationship is suffering collateral damage. The stakes couldn't be higher. If the home's owner can't improve business by moving the men in, he'll have to evict everyone. The women aren't about to let that happen.

"Meet Phoebe, who's 28, and Laney, Dot and Maggie, who are 68, 78, and none of your business. Together they'll prove that age doesn't matter when it comes to friendship, belonging and an unquenchable zest for life. A hilarious, uplifting novel about the ties of community, the strength of love and how nobody is truly ordinary. When Framlingham's famously all-female senior living home goes co-ed, a war between the sexes is declared. Stuck in the middle, chef Phoebe Stockton is desperate to help her friends plot to keep the community that means so much to them. It's become her life raft, too. She finds comfort in her beloved career that might finally make her parents proud. But Phoebe's darling Nick is lining up on the other side of the battle, and their relationship is suffering collateral damage. The stakes couldn't be higher. If the home's owner can't improve business by moving the men in, he'll have to evict everyone. The women aren't about to let that happen."--Publisher.

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