An irresistible, feel-good romance, perfect for fans of Rosie Blake, Sophie Kinsella and Lindsey Kelk.
First comes love. Then comes family…
After a lifetime of kissing frogs, Roxie Pratt has given up on finding her own fairytale romance. That is, until she meets her very own Prince Charming, Mark Wright, and he sweeps Roxie off her feet!
So when Mark finally gets down on one knee and pops the question, there’s only one thing left to do: meet the family! And when everything has been picture-perfect so far, what could possibly go wrong…?
What readers have been saying about Portia MacIntosh:
‘Hilarious and refreshingly brilliant all the way through…this is my heart-warming humorous book of 2016!’ – The Writing Garnet
‘I just couldn't put it down!’ – Sweet Is Always In Style
'A light-hearted and fun read…highly enjoyable.' – By The Letter Book Reviews
‘A funny, light-hearted read ideal for reading on the beach.’ – Sal’s World of Books
‘A great, laugh-out loud, British contemporary romance novel…I guarantee it will put a smile on your face.’ – What’s Better Than Books
‘Truth or Date is a quirky, hilarious read packed full of fun and drama that is guaranteed to make you smile.’ – The Chick Lit Whore
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Meet the In Laws
Roxie and Mark have been together for a year and everything is going great. When Mark proposes one night, Roxie is over the moon that they have taken the next step in their relationship. Roxie knows its time to meet the in laws, and although she is nervous, she is also excited. On their way to the Yorkshire Dales, to see the family, Mark tells Roxie that he hasnt yet told his parents of the engagement let alone that he even has a girlfriend. He has left it all as a complete surprise for them. Things go from bad to worse on arrival, Mark's parents seem very frosty towards her, they have also invited Mark's ex girlfriend over for Christmas, and as they were only staying overnight, she has no change of clothes and now it looks like they are snowed in for a time. Mark's ex wants him back and Roxie's boss from the Magazine, keeps on at her to do a feature for the magazine about meeting the in laws over Christmas for the first time.
This had lots of laugh out loud moments and reminded me of a few films I have watched. Its entertaining and brings the worst and best out in people especially at this time of year. Portia Macintosh always makes a story humorous and has a way of bringing the charactors to life, you cant help but like them. This is a great little read.
Everything comes all together and the epilogue is spot on.
Hilarious and Sassy
This is one of my favourite books by this author. I think everyone can relate to that feeling when your in-laws aren't exactly a dream, and this book does it so well, bringing out humour, cringe-inducing embarrassing moments, and a whole lot of love too. One of my favourite authors right now.