The Wish List
I wrote number three after working in one of London’s loveliest bookshops. It’s called John Sandoe and it’s in Chelsea – a wonderful, higgledy-piggledy place where you can spend hours browsing and nobody will bother you.
So, this book, published in 2020, is set in a bookshop and it’s a Cinderella tale about poor old Florence, my heroine, who’s never had a boyfriend and lives with her much more glamorous, outgoing step-sisters.
And then one day, after Florence reluctantly agrees to go and see a love coach called Gwendolyn, who should wonder into this bookshop but a handsome, charming man who likes reading. Is he the answer to all her prayers? It’s also a handy guide to why dating politicians is a very bad idea.
'So funny. And the sex is amazing!' Jilly Cooper
'Howlingly funny' Sunday Times
'The new Queen of rom-coms. Pacey, laugh-out-loud funny and heart-warming' Evening Standard
'Equally saucy and heart-warming. The Wish List will satisfy all your cravings for a fix of feel-good fiction' Red
'A high-spirited account of the pitfalls of looking for love, and how it can surprise you when you least expect it' Daily Mail
'Surprisingly saucy and distractingly funny' Grazia
'A laugh-a-minute page-turner' HELLO!