Sophie Kinsella keeps her finger on the cultural pulse, while leaving me giddy with laughter. I loved it.
Life doesn’t get much better than a free Sunday afternoon, some chocolate and stem ginger biccies and a new Sophie Kinsella novel and this standalone looks at what really goes on behind our perfect social media feeds
Sarra Manning, Red magazine
What an absolute treat - sheer joy from start to finish.
Pesky boss, sexy man and plenty of laughs, and you’ve got rom-com excellence. This will be huge in 2017.
Sure to make you laugh out loud... this book can't fail to lift your mood.
A touching read with lots of laugh-out-loud moments . . . brilliantly captures the zeitgeist
This is vintage Kinsella with laugh out loud moments, a haphazard but likeable heroine and a gorgeous love interest. Perfect.
Enchanting and clever . . . whip-smart and brilliantly done, with a lightness of touch that disguises a lot of real wisdom.
Comic gem … fast, furious and fabulous fun.
Woman & Home
This fun, super-readable breath of fresh air had us completely hooked
Fabulous magazine, Sun on Sunday
Kinsella at her put-a-smile-on-your-face best
A warm-hearted comedy about appreciating what really matters in life
I'm a huge fan of Kinsella . . . This is a highly enjoyable romp
Sara Lawrence, Daily Mail
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February 9, 2017
First: it could be worse. As commutes go, it could be a lot worse, and I must keep remembering this. Second: it’s worth it. I want to live in London; I want to do this; and commuting is part of the deal. It’s part of the London experience, like Tate Modern.
(Actually, it’s not much like Tate Modern. Bad example.)
My dad always says: if you can’t run with the big dogs, stay under the porch. And I want to run with the big dogs. That’s why I’m here.Continue Reading