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Tom and Pippa Drummond have the perfect life. Tom is a partner in the successful restaurant The Pelican, and Pippa grows and sells herbs whilst bringing up their lively daughter, Tally.

As they arrive in Tuscany on a much needed family holiday, it seems life couldn't be better. But overnight their whole world is turned upside down, and life will never be the same again. From being the perfect family and the envy of all their friends, they are thrust into a world that nobody would wish upon them.

Only Dad bears all the Titchmarsh trademarks. A deliriously entertaining blend of humour and romance with a piquancy of sexiness!

©2002 Alan Titchmarsh (P)2002 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Titchmarsh never fails

I have enjoyed all of Alan Titchmarsh's books that I have read to date and this one is no exception. Great story that had me thinking of excuses to put my headphones on to listen to a bit more.

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Shame about the narrator!

This was the first book I bought by Titchmarsh. The story is quite good and the characters are believable but for me it was spoilt by the narration which was the worst of any audible book I have listened to. Titchmarsh has a pleasant voice but his ability to use it to bring different characters to life is poor.