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You will LOVE this wonderfully warm-hearted and laugh-out-loud funny romantic comedy for fans of Just Haven’t Met You Yet and Mhairi McFarlane.
When Leila finds herself on the painful end of yet another disastrous break-up, no amount of Ben & Jerry’s and trashy rom-coms can cheer her up. And so – to the amusement of her friends and family – Leila takes a more drastic approach to dealing with heartbreak: she swears off sex for an entire year.
Luckily, she has plenty to keep her mind off men. Between starting a business with ice queen Lucy, straightening out her sister Tasha’s tangled love life, and running a blog read by thousands of single ladies, Leila is soon snowed under. But she can’t help finding a little time for irresistible architect Nick – Lucy’s funny and infuriatingly sexy brother.
After an unplanned encounter under the mistletoe, the Man Ban looks like it might be skidding to a halt. Has Leila found love when she least expected it?
What readers are saying about Charlotte Butterfield:
‘Sigh-worthy… swoon-worthy and definitely worthy of your time!’ PK, Netgalley Reviewer
‘My first Charlotte Butterfield book and I adored it…will have you laughing till you cry’ Jessica’s Book Biz
‘Laugh out loud hilarious…a really easy, addictive read’ Bee Reader Books
‘Every women should read this novel…This book showed readers how important it was to believe in yourself no matter what obstacles were put in the way, and to live your life for yourself’ Laurie, Goodreads Reviewer
‘Fun, flirty, frustrating, deceptive and emotional…I could not put it down!’ Once Upon a Peach
‘A laugh out loud, feel good kind of book!’ Sarah Hurley Book Club
‘I've been feeling a little bored with the "chick lit" genre of late…
Until this book came along. I absolutely loved it’ Mostly in Pyjamas
‘The perfect poolside read…witty, fast paced and a joy to read’ Claire, Goodreads Reviewer
About the author
Former magazine editor Charlotte Butterfield was born in Bristol in 1977. She studied English at Royal Holloway University and an MPhil in Gender and Women’s Studies at Birmingham University before becoming a journalist and copywriter. She moved to Dubai in 2005 and lives with her husband and three children.