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Knotted / Michelle Holman.

By: Holman, Michelle [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : HarperCollins, 2009Description: 368 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9781869507886 (pbk.) .Subject(s): Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Aunts -- FictionGenre/Form: New Zealand fiction -- 21st century.DDC classification: NZ823.3 Summary: Danny Lawson, short for Danneka, is struggling to pay a mortgage, raise her sister's orphaned children and hold down a full-time job in a busy A&E department. When the children's American uncle, Ross Fabello, contacts her and wants to take the children to meet their father's family, sparks fly and two strong-minded people clash.
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<p>All's fair in love and custody battles - but does the fighting have to be so much fun?</p> KNOttED is the third novel by a rising star who has captured a loyal and enthusiastic fan base with her first two novels. Much more than chick lit, Michelle Holman's books are witty and honest books about real women and their chaotic lives, widely read and enjoyed by men and women alike. Michelle is now one of our hottest authors. KNOttED tells the story of Danny (short for Danneka) Lawson, who's struggling to pay a mortgage, raise her twin sister's orphaned children and hold down a full-time job as charge nurse in a busy A&E department. When the children's American uncle, Ross Fabello, contacts her out of the blue and wants to take the children back to meet their father's family, sparks fly and two stubborn, strong-minded and independent people clash. In a classic battle of wills and inevitable sexual attraction, the story of how Danny and Ross finally get together is a brilliantly funny and poignant tale of modern love and misadventure that's sassy, sexy and never takes itself too seriously. Michelle Holman has tapped into a rich indigenous vein of female warmth, wit and earthy sexuality writing.

Danny Lawson, short for Danneka, is struggling to pay a mortgage, raise her sister's orphaned children and hold down a full-time job in a busy A&E department. When the children's American uncle, Ross Fabello, contacts her and wants to take the children to meet their father's family, sparks fly and two strong-minded people clash.

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