The start of a brand new series from the immensely popular Lindsey Kelk, author of the bestselling I Heart series
Tess Brookes has always been a Girl with a Plan. But when the Plan goes belly up, she’s forced to reconsider.
After accidently answering her flatmate Vanessa’s phone, she decides that since being Tess isn’t going so well, she might try being Vanessa. With nothing left to lose, she accepts Vanessa’s photography assignment to Hawaii – she used to be an amateur snapper, how hard can it be? Right?
But Tess is soon in big trouble. And the gorgeous journalist on the shoot with her, who is making it very clear he’d like to get into her pants, is an egotistical monster. Far from home and in someone else’s shoes, Tess must decide whether to fight on through, or ‘fess up and run…
‘Fans of the I Heart series will instantly fall for this gorgeously funny and romantic red’ Closer
‘Perfect for your summer holiday!' Bella
‘Kelk has a hilarious turn of phrase and a sparkling writing style …’ Daily Express
About the author
Lindsey Kelk was a children’s book editor and is now a magazine columnist and author of I Heart New York, I Heart Hollywood, I Heart Paris, I Heart Vegas, I Heart London and The Single Girl’s To-Do List. When she isn’t writing or watching more TV than is healthy, Lindsey likes to wear shoes, shop for shoes and judge the shoes of others. She loves living in New York but misses Sherbet Fountains, London, and drinking Gin & Elderflower cocktails with her friends. Not necessarily in that order.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
One of the iBookstore’s most popular authors returns with another charming romantic comedy. Full of witty one-liners, unlikely situations and exotic locations, this is perfect for lovers of Bridget Jones’s Diary or authors like Sophie Kinsella. Those who fell in love with Linsey’s I Heart series won’t be disappointed by this latest bright and breezy tale.
Just the right amount of cuteness, drama, comedy and romance. Some pretty big plot twists that weren't twists cause you could see them coming miles away but nice just the same. Pity about the use/typo of question marks instead of dashes - she uses a lot of dashes.
Not the best
It was an ok read. Could have done with better editing, as it read a lot like some words were just there to meet the word count. Tess’ pushover character was pretty irritating, as was Amy. Not a lot of substance to this book.
About a girl
I love her. She is sooo funny. Def a good read.