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  • Relevent

    Ros is another classic Lindsey Kelk character - slightly chaotic, messy, can’t quite get things right yet has masses of personal qualities that make her incredibly likeable. On returning to the UK after a few years working in America Ros catches up with her old friend Sumi who when she hears Ros has a new phone and number suggests she sends a group text to all her contacts letting everyone know her new details. This would have been a great idea if her contacts list hadn’t been downloaded from the cloud and included people she hasn’t heard from in years however a stroke of luck has a very old acquaintance message her about a job and then her ex who she has never got over sends her a message. This is a funny and relevant look at life in your thirties when everyone else seems to have moved on and got sorted in life and whether the past was as rose tinted as ever. There’s fabulous characters including Ros’s embarrassing loved up parents and the young YouTube star and his agent Ros has the pleasure(?) of working with as well as her eclectic collection of friends. This is a highly enjoyable standalone book with plenty of humour and a very modern storyline.

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  • From sheds to Snazzlechuff, I loved it all

    In Case You missed It was the perfect read to get me through a particularly trying time during the Corona virus pandemic. It has everything I needed, best friends, dodgy parental antics, a handsome man, and a guy who thinks he’s God’s gift to the written word. Oh and let’s not forget the shed. Had I been in Ros’s shoes, I would have myself in the bottom of the garden, but with the help of a technological mishap or maybe the ignorance of a technophobe Rox learns that there is life after the USA. There was not a character in this book that I didn’t enjoy, even an ex can have his uses. The authors humour portrayed in Ros meant my phone falling on my face as i drifted off to sleep was the only way I could put this book down. My continued thanks to #Netgalley and #HQ for allowing me to review an advanced copy of #InCaseYouMissedIt

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  • Charming funny romance by an under-rated writer

    Ros returns to London from her prestigious job in the US producing a radio show. Unfortunately she doesn't return in triumph and is forced to sleep in her parents' shed because they have converted her bedroom into a yoga studio for her mother. Ros sends a group email to her entire address book to let them know she is back in the UK and would love to get in touch. And who contacts her? None other than Patrick, the intellectual travel journalist who broke her heart. Is this a chance for Ros to turn back time and get back together with the one that got away, even though her three best friends can't stand him? We've all been there, stuck in a dead-end job, single and broke when all our friends have miraculously found a high-flying career, bought a house, found a life-partner, settled down and moved on. Things are especially bad for Ros because they all moved on without her while she was in the US. Now her friends have a new hang-out swanky bar instead of the old boozer they used to frequent and an annoying new friend, John, owner of said swanky bar. And to add insult to injury her parents are trying to rekindle the romance (sushi will never look the same) which is something no 30-something woman ever wants to imagine LOL. I think Lindsey Kelk is underrated, especially by me, I never recognise her name but I loved the previous book of hers that I read We Were On a Break and this equally as charming and funny in that very British way. Highly recommended. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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