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Based on popular author Zoe Foster Blake’s novel The Wrong Girl, comes a contemporary drama for Channel Ten starring Jessica Marais (Packed To the Rafters).

The drama is a sharp, playful, fresh new look at men and women, friendship, work and family. The Wrong Girl is for anyone who’s fallen in love with someone they were never meant to love – and that’s probably all of us.

Starring alongside Marais is Craig McLachlan (The Doctor Blake Mysteries), Kerry Armstrong, Madeleine West, Hamish Blake, Christie Whelan Browne, Ian Meadows, Rob Collins and Hayley Magnus.

So what’s the book about?

It’s all about Lily. Maybe this would be her year. She would have an impressive job, and maybe even get a place on her own. But what about love? Was it too much to ask for a decent guy to present himself?

thewronggirlBuy the book here.

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