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The stunning new love story from the bestselling author of This Time Next Year
'Impossible to put down' CATHY BRAMLEY
'A sure-fire hit!' LAURA JANE WILLIAMS
'Packed full of holiday sparkle' JOSIE SILVER
Tell me the story of how you two met...
Laura has built a career out of interviewing people about their epic real life love stories.
When she picks up the wrong suitcase at the airport, Laura wonders if this could be the start of something that's written in the stars.
From piano sheet-music to a battered copy of her favourite book, Laura finds in the bag evidence of everything she could hope for in a partner.
If Laura's job has taught her anything it's that when it comes to love, you can't let opportunity pass you by. Now Laura is determined to track down the owner of the suitcase, and her own happy ending.
But what if fate has other ideas?
YOUR FAVOURITE AUTHORS LOVE JUST HAVEN'T MET YOU YET!
'Rom-com perfection... A beautiful love story: hugely funny and light as a feather, but with incredible depth and heart, and a perfect, slow burn romance at its centre. I wanted to stay on Jersey and keep in touch with the characters long after the last page' CRESSIDA MCLAUGHLIN
'A sweet and heartwarming story about finding love, and finding yourself. I smiled from beginning to end'
'Utterly brilliant, delightfully funny and impossible to put down' CATHY BRAMLEY
'Just Haven't Met You Yet has got everything This Time Next Year had and more. I adored getting lost in Jersey, and Sophie has created a cast of characters that sparkle off the page with warmth and wit. I loved the heart, and I loved the emotional depth. A sure-fire hit!' LAURA JANE WILLIAMS
'A funny, pull-at-your-heartstrings read, this is the perfect companion for curling up with hot chocolate and a blanket. Unashamedly romantic and packed full of holiday sparkle, it's a hug in book form.' JOSIE SILVER
'Just what I needed - fizzing, funny and deliciously romantic, but pleasingly thorny and complex too. Plus it made me want to book a stay in Jersey' BETH MORREY
'I completely adored this gorgeous story, devouring it with indecent haste. Just Haven't Met You Yet has the perfect mix of fascinating characters, delicious humour and a lovely lightness of touch, not to mention a love story which will have you on tenterhooks' HANNAH DOYLE
'A smart, warm and wonderfully witty love story about the power of love stories, with so many laugh-out-loud moments' EMMA HUGHES
'Pure escapism with the most gorgeous sense of place - I was swept away to Jersey's coasts and cliffs and coves. I defy anyone not to wish they were there too!' ABBIE GREAVES
Praise for Sophie Cousens
'Heart-warming and unashamedly romantic' RUTH JONES
'Sparkling and uplifting' MHAIRI MCFARLANE
'Swooningly romantic...I didn't want to put it down' KIRSTY GREENWOOD
'The escapist read everyone needs right now.' HOLLY MARTIN
'Funny, perceptive, and completely binge-worthy' SUN ON SUNDAY
'Gorgeous! A feel-good, romantic hug of a book' GILLIAN HARVEY
'I absolutely loved This Time Next Year...so funny and sad and brilliant on love, friendship and family. Plus it contains the finest comedic airport security scene since spinal tap' TOM ELLEN
'A beautiful debut full of heart, soul and serendipity with characters you can't help but fall in love with.' ALEX BROWN
A lifestyle reporter known for interviewing couples about how they met yearns for a meaningful relationship of her own in this appealing but slow-moving rom-com from bestseller Cousens (This Time Next Year). Laura Le Quesne wants a meet-cute like the one her late parents had: her mother found half an antique ha'penny and traveled to the Channel Islands to reunite it with its mate, owned by Laura's father. When Laura's editor hears this tale, she sends Laura to Jersey to retrace their steps and write up their story. After her flight, Laura discovers that she accidentally swapped suitcases with a stranger and, noticing the rom-com potential of this mishap, prays the handsome man she bumped into on her flight is the one who took her luggage. She sets out to track him down with the help of quirky, bearded taxi driver Ted. As Laura's misadventures escalate, Ted listens patiently to her romantic flights of fancy and lends a shoulder when she learns some uncomfortable truths about her parents' relationship, leading Laura to reevaluate what she's looking for in love. While Laura's meandering becomes repetitious and she can come across as self-involved, moments of humor and poignancy keep the pages turning. Fans of Sophie Kinsella and Josie Silver will find plenty to enjoy.