Sleeping ArrangementsBook - 2008
Chloe needs a holiday. She's sick of making wedding dresses, her partner Philip has troubles at work, and the whole family wants a break. Her wealthy friend Gerard has offered the loan of his luxury villa in Spain--perfect.
Hugh is not a happy man. His immaculate wife Amanda seems more interested in her new kitchen than in him, and he works so hard to pay for it, he barely has time for his children. Maybe he'll have a chance to bond with them on holiday. His old friend Gerard has lent them a luxury villa in Spain--perfect.
Both families arrive at the villa and realize the awful truth--Gerard has double-booked. What no one else realizes is that Chloe and Hugh have a history; and as tensions rise within the two families, old passions resurface. It seems that Gerard's 'accidental' double booking may not be an accident after all...
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Chloe and Phillip are life-partners embarking on a much needed vacation to a luxury house in Spain with their two sons to escape their hectic lives. At the same time, banking executive Hugh is hoping to bond with his distant wife Amanda and their two twin girls during a stay at a vaction home in Spain. The lives of both families intertwine when it turns out they are all staying at the same luxury vacation house during the same week. Incidentally, Chloe and Hugh have a romantic history unbeknownst to their family members. Will spending time together reignite their old relationship or has too much time passed? As secrets are exposed the more time the families spend time together, both old and new conflicts arise.
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“I'll never stop wondering, you know. What could have been. If we'd stayed together, all those years ago. We might have come here to this villa, as husband and wife. With Sam. I might have had Sam as my son."
"We might have had six children together."
"Six! I'm not sure about that."
"The worst things is... The worst thing is, we probably would have become discontented. After a few years. We probably would have lain here in the sun, feeling a little bored, wondering if we did the right thing in marrying each other. Not realizing how bloody lucky we were..."
"It's late. We should get some rest."
"We make so many decisions over a lifetime. Some turn out to be unimportant...and some turn out to be the key to everything. If only we knew their significance at the time. If only we knew what we were throwing away.”
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