Author: Sophia Money-Coutts

Category: Womens Fiction & Chic Lit

Regular price: $7.99

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Deal starts: November 14, 2020

Deal ends: November 14, 2020

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‘The new queen of the rom-com returns’ i‘Feel-good and enormous fun. It’s a delicious, warm, witty book’ Sophie Kinsella, Sunday Times bestselling author of Love Your Life‘Full of wit, warmth and heart’ Beth O’Leary, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Flatshare‘You want me to write a list? Like a shopping list?'Gwendolyn nodded. 'Exactly. But for what you want from a man, not ASDA.’Florence Fairfax isn’t lonely. She loves her job at the little bookshop in Chelsea and her beloved cat Marmalade keeps her company at night. She might have been single for quite a while – well, forever actually, if anyone’s asking – but she’s perfectly happy, thank you. And then Florence meets eccentric love coach Gwendolyn, and everything changes.When Gwendolyn makes Florence write a wish list describing her perfect man, Florence refuses to take it seriously. Finding someone who likes cats, has the sexual athleticism of James Bond and can overlook her ‘counting’ habit? Impossible! Until, later that week, a handsome blond man asks for help in the bookshop…Rory seems to fit the list perfectly. But is he ‘the one’, or simply too good to be true? Florence is about to find out that her criteria for Mr Right aren’t as important as she thought – and that perhaps she’s been looking for love in all the wrong places…***Praise for The Wish List:‘The Wish List is enormous fun, feel-good and full of winsome, funny characters. It’s a delicious, warm, witty book, perfect to escape into’ Sophie Kinsella, Sunday Times bestselling author of Love Your Life‘Impossibly hilarious’ Abbie Greaves, The Silent Treatment‘Love, love, loved it. I might start re-reading again!’ Lucy Vine, Hot Mess‘The perfect escapist read!’ Cressida McLaughlin, The Cornish Cream Tea Summer‘Funny and biting, I couldn’t get enough’ Laura Jane Williams, The Love Square‘Touching and totally addictive’ Zara Stoneley, The First Date‘Properly funny. I laughed my way from the first page to the last’ Alex Brown, A Postcard from Italy