The Best Thing That Never Happened To Me

by Jimmy Rice, Laura Tait

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The Best Thing That Never Happened To Me Synopsis

Everyone remembers their first love. Holly certainly remembers Alex. But she decided ten years ago that love wasn't about mix tapes and seizing the moment - though she's not exactly sure it's about secret dates with your boss, either. But what if the feelings never really went away? Alex wants to make every moment of his new job count. It's a fresh start in a big city, and he's almost certain that moving to London has nothing to do with Holly. Almost. How do you know if it was meant to be ...or never meant to happen at all? A brilliantly funny, feel-good story of first love, second chances and everything inbetween, perfect for fans of romantic comedies like Love Actually, Notting Hill and Bridget Jones. Praise for Jimmy and Laura: Brilliantly written and laugh-out-loud funny! (Paige Toon). What a gorgeously funny book! I loved Alex and Holly, and you will too . (Lucy Diamond). A Richard Curtis rom-com of a novel . (Glamour). The Best Rom-Com that's Happened to Me this year! Double the authors, double the fun! . (Ali McNamara). So awesome! Completely funny and fresh . (Kirsty Greenwood).

The Best Thing That Never Happened To Me Press Reviews

Brilliantly written and laugh-out-loud funny!  - Paige Toon

 

What a gorgeously funny book! I loved Alex and Holly, and you will too -  Lucy Diamond

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ISBN: 9780552170710
Publication date: 03/07/2014
Publisher: Corgi Books an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780552170710
Publication date: 3rd July 2014
Author: Jimmy Rice, Laura Tait
Publisher: Corgi Books an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 368 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Literary Fiction,
Categories: Romance,

About Jimmy Rice, Laura Tait

Laura and Jimmy became mates while studying journalism at Sheffield University, so sitting in pubs talking about life and love is something they've been doing for the last ten years. Now they're writing books together they just take their laptops and write it all down, but little else has changed. Jimmy still tells Laura off for always being late, and Laura can still drink Jimmy under the table. Their friendship survives because Laura makes tea exactly how Jimmy likes it (he once took a picture of his perfect brew on Laura's phone so she can colour match it for strength) ...

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