The huge bestseller from the author of Then She Was Gone and The Girls
A stranger in the house can only mean trouble
The London family is in crisis.
Newly-divorced Tony is fantasizing about someone he shouldn't.
Prize-winning writer Sean has a hot new girlfriend, and a dose of writer's block.
Their brother Ned has just come back from Australia, leaving his girlfriend behind.
And now they have a new lodger - a mysterious stranger.
But is he the friend this family needs, or a troublemaker they could do without?
'Terrific stuff: touching, funny and sentient' Sunday Times
'Funny and emotionally satisfying' The Times
'A heart-warming page-turner from start to finish' Heat
This book shows Jewell coming into her prime - both funny and emotionally satisfying * The Times *
Terrific stuff: touching, funny and sentient * Sunday Times *
A heart-warming page-turner from start to finish . . . Quite possibly her best yet * Heat *
Jewell's readability and emotional intelligence make her the cream of pop fiction * Glamour *
The perfect summer read * Marie Claire *
Jewell's light style can be deceptive; her anatomisation of twenty and thirty-something urban relationships is at times uncomfortably keen . . . It's a lot of fun * Daily Mail *
This novel will make you feel warm inside * New Woman *
Praise for Lisa Jewell * - *
Addictively readable * The Times *
A joy . . . a fun summer read * Guardian *
The best romantic comedy we've read in ages * Company *
Tackles serious issues with humour - proving that chick-lit can be intelligent, interesting and huge fun * Sunday Express *
A triumph * Hello *
Top marks. Fantastic * Heat *
Lovely * Daily Telegraph *
Moving and intelligent * Independent *
Magnetic, unpretentious and bursting with one-liners * Cosmopolitan *
Fans of chick-lit will understand when I say that this is a book you simply disappear into * Sunday Telegraph *