The smash-hit romantic comedy from the author of The Girls and Then She Was Gone
Six people, one big house and the party that brings it all down . . .
Ralph and Smith are flatmates and best mates. Nothing can come between them - until the gorgeous Jemima moves in. They're both falling for her, but which one of them does she want?
Upstairs, Karl and Siobhan are happily unmarried and have been for fifteen years - until Cheri moves into the flat above, and fixes her sights on Karl. Why should a little problem like his girlfriend get in her way?
Sooner or later this house is bound to implode.
So when Ralph throws a party and invites the whole house, what could possibly go wrong?
If you like Marian Keyes, Jane Fallon, and Sophie Kinsella, you'll love this.
'Addictively readable' The Times
'A joy . . . a fun summer read' Guardian
Deliciously enjoyable . . . addictively readable * The Times *
A joy . . . a fun summer read * Guardian *
A book about relationships which appeals to men and women . . . pulls off a rare trick which even Helen Fielding and Nick Hornby couldn't manage * Daily Mirror *
A breath of fresh air -- Tom Paulin * Late Review *
Addictive * Metro *
Praise for Lisa Jewell * - *
Terrific * Sunday Times *
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 *
Jewell's readability and emotional intelligence make her the cream of pop fiction * Glamour *
Fans of chick-lit will understand when I say that this is a book you simply disappear into * Sunday Telegraph *