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    Loved it

    Brilliant. Really enjoyed it and so funny. Would highly recommend reading this book.
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    Great read!

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story! The characters are likeable and the story, although somewhat predictable, is a great, fun read. Highly recommend.
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    Pygmalion meets social media in trendy East London

    Lindsey Kelk is fast becoming one of my favourite rom-com writers. Annie Higgins and her BFF Miranda own their own digital marketing agency, which sounds grand but actually means they work 24/7 and struggle to pay the bills in a co-working space in trendy East London. In true Pygmalion style Annie gets into a dispute with a man who runs a traditional advertising agency (think magazines and TV) in the same building and bets that she can turn anyone into an Instagram influencer with 20,000 followers within one month. To avoid cheating they agree that the next person through the door will be Annie's social experiment, and it turns out to be Dr Samuel Page, renowned historian and expert on the Lord Lieutenants of Ireland. Dr Page has long hair, a man bun (but not in a good, or even ironic, way), a bushy beard and dresses very, very badly. Also he is anti-social and refuses to talk to Annie, despite working in the same building. Until Annie discovers his weak spot, he has been dumped by his long-term girlfriend and will do anything to get her back, including helping Annie win her bet. In the tradition of all rom-coms, once Annie persuades Dr Page to cut his hair and trim his beard there is a bona fide hottie hiding underneath, when they get him out of his baggy grandad clothes and into something more stylish he's an out-and-out pin-up. I loved this, it was funny and relatable with genuine characters that were engaging and personable. If you like a makeover romance, an opposites-attract romance, or even just a social media romance then this is the one for you.
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