422nd out of 473 books — 147 voters
'It's not you, it's me'. That's the cowardly text message that Katie receives from Jack, her actor boyfriend of three years, when he dumps her. And things go from bad to worse when photos of Jack canoodling with a famous size-zero actress are splashed across every gossip magazine and tabloid soon after. Just how much humiliation can a girl take?
Paperback, 432 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Michael Joseph
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So... Really confused:) Why? I should have expected something like this, I did read the synopsy... But the cover is soooo sweet, exactly what I like:) And well, I did like this book indeed, although for example I don't like such long chapters, over 30 - 40 pages! I like short, dynamic chapters with a lot of action. OK, the chapters were dynamic as well, and rather interesting. What makes me confused is the topic of this book, it is so, so unrealistic for me, a girl, dumped by her boyfriend, who...more
A very light read. Very much in the style of Sophie Kinsella. It was a cute and amusing story, though I found the ending was a little rushed and somewhat convenient - and could have been travelled to in a better way - it didn't seem entirely plausible to me. One for the beach.
Maybe I'm a bit biased as I'm friends with the author but I am an honest critic and I loved it...we've all been there...dumped by a rat boyfriend and wanting to win him back - whatever it takes! With fun and frolics throughout it's a great by the pool holiday read! :o)
This book is hilarious; Kate is a real girl next door, but she can be a bit ditsy with hilarious results. Every character in this book is brilliantly developed and written. I can’t wait for Lotte’s next book as I have not laughed so much for ages - Suz