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‘Steaming hot chick lit … Murphy is a laugh-out-loud, talented and insightful writer’ Irish Independent

‘Perfect escapism for the Heat-reading generation’ Irish Independent

From the author of Some Girls Do, Frisky Business is sharp, sexy and full of heart.

In the past year, Romy Fitzgerald has learned three valuable lessons.

One: Never have sex at a party with a stranger dressed as Darth Vader.

Two: Don’t tell him things you’ve never told anyone else.

Three: If you do, at least find out the stranger’s name because you never know when you might need it …

Like nine months later when the baby arrives.

While Romy is happy to raise Luke on her own, one day he’ll need to know the truth about his father and Darth deserves to know he has a son. There’s only one problem. Luke’s father knows things about Romy’s past she’d rather kept hidden – and finding him means she’ll have to face the memories she’s been running from.
Romy’s about to discover that when it comes to love and real life, secrets rarely stay hidden. But will she find her dark knight, or will she be left to raise Luke solo?