I Like It Like ThatUnknown - 2003
Dear God, I am sorry but I do not believe in you any more. What you did was something very wrong and you did not apologiese or anything. So when I die I will not come to see you. Actually in fact I will be going to the seaside instead. Yours sincerley Georgia Adams (Miss) So Georgia, aged 10, wrote the week after her mother died. Now 34, Georgia has her life well under control - she likes everything in its proper place, unlike her loving yet chaotic extended family, who lurch from one drummed-up crisis to another. Thank heavens for Stephen, her long-term boyfriend. Well, fiance really. They've been engaged for nearly five years and everyone's stopped asking them when the big day will be. He's the perfect antidote to Georgia's family - reliable, unselfish, unflappable. Georgia's brother thinks he's a walking-talking cure for insomnia, but Georgia appreciates her nice, safe, orderly existence - until one day, photographer Leo gatecrashes his way into her life, her family, and her heart.
Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins, c2003
Branch Call Number: FIC Calma
Characteristics: 441 p