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140 ways to say "I love you" in a tweet, because it's not always easy to find the words

It's Valentine's Day and you don't know where to start--should you go with a self-penned ode to "my love munchkin," a handwritten Shakespearean sonnet, or a dirty limerick? This book brings together 140 creative ways to tell your special someone how much you love them, all short enough t
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published May 22nd 2012 by Orion Publishing (first published January 2011)
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Veronica Henry was a television script writer before turning her hand to fiction. She has published six novels which she describes as realistic escapism - her characters might have Agent Provocateur knickers drying on the Aga, but their problems and dilemmas are ones everyone can identify with. She is also on the writing team of Bafta-award winning Holby City.
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