Elizabeth Noble lives in Guildford, Surrey, with her husband and two daughters. Both her earlier novels, THE READING GROUP and THE TENKO CLUB, were Sunday Times bestsellers, with THE READING GROUP reaching Number One.
Funny, touching and a reminder that true love rarely runs smoothly. - Sun'This warm and funny read will take the chill off these cold winter days and we defy even the most hard-hearted of you not to end up wishing for a Tom of your own.' - Heat One New Year s Eve, lovelorn Natalie agrees to sign up to 26 Alphabet Weekends, a series of life-changing challenges, starting with A for Abseiling. - Good Housekeeping'Jubilant . . . fantastic plot . . . what starts out as a joke morphs into an ingenious proposal where the two put their chemistry to the test by romancing each other with an A-Z of wild weekends. - Glamour Using the alphabet, they plan an activity to enjoy each weekend but the course of true love doesn t run smoothly. A brilliant concept. - Closer Warmth and jokes . . . great fun - Marie Claire