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The Love Detective

Narrated by: Victoria Fox
Length: 9 hrs and 29 mins
5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)
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Summary

Because love is the greatest mystery of all....

Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime with this magical romantic comedy from the best-selling author of Me and Mr Darcy.

'In a way, I'm a bit of a love detective. Because what's a greater mystery than love?'

Meet Ruby Miller. A writer who makes happy-ever-afters happen. Until she discovers her fiancé is a lying cheat and loses her faith in love. So when her sister invites her on a beach holiday to Goa to forget about him, Ruby jumps on a plane...and into an extraordinary adventure.

Stolen bags, a runaway sister and a handsome American stranger sweep Ruby into a magical mystery tour across India. Amid fortresses, fortune-tellers and a whirlwind of weddings, she uncovers fascinating stories of love - lost and found.

But as the mysteries deepen, secrets are revealed that turn Ruby's life upside down. And what started as a journey to find her sister becomes a journey to find herself - and love - again.

©2014 Alexandra Potter (P)2018 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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fun road trip romance

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Magical mystery tour

Excellent story . Interesting , especially the tour round India , and enjoyable . A couple of nice twists in the finish bring the story to a HEA. Only regret is the use of different to when it should be different from !! The Americans never get it wrong ( personal niggle, nothing to detract from the quality of the story ).