Genre: Fiction
Published: 20 May 2005
Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Against Her Nature

by Elizabeth Buchan


Love, money, children…. Life is a risk, however much we try to protect ourselves….

Tess and Becky are of the generation that reckons it can have everything. High flyers in the high-octane world of London’s high-finance, they move through the opportunities, the short-termists, the sharks, the bullies and the very, very rich to face many choices, not least the one presented by biology: children.

How they and an older generation balance the texture of their lives is offered in a story with universal themes which combines an unexpected love story with a journey to maturity.

"A modern day Vanity Fair... brilliantly done." - Mail on Sunday
"The pursuit of money, allied to the pursuit of love, is one of fiction's most dynamic themes... an absorbing tale and a salutary one." - Helen Dunmore
"'Passion, death corruption, the catastrophic Lloyds crash... superb writing, pacy, sharp, dramatic, utterly gripping" - Val Hennessy, Woman's Journal
"Horribly well done" - Sunday Times

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