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The Special Relationship

By Frederica Hendricks Noble
  • ISBN Code: : 1913962601
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 182
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The Special Relationship describes how one American woman fell in love with a British man and learned the rules of engagement in order to make her life in England successful. Are you thinking about dating (or marrying) a British man and heading off to the United Kingdom to be with him? Have you found your Mr. Darcy? This book offers insider tips and advice from an American who found her Prince Charming. Her beguiling "prince" affectionately refers to her as the "original Meghan Markle". This practical, easy-to-read, and sometimes humorous guidebook will help modern women better understand British men, English culture and how to create their own special relationship. Frederica Hendricks Noble is a trained psychologist and life coach, she is the Principal Consultant and Lead Life Strategist at Noble & Noble Consulting. Born in Detroit, Michigan, she met her Englishman while living in Los Angeles. A thoroughly modern woman, Frederica subsequently moved to England to live and work. She has dual citizenship and considers both Nashville, Tennessee and Somerset, England home.

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