'Joyful, wise and enormously good fun' TASMINA PERRY
'An utterly gorgeous story that had me totally hooked. Without a doubt the best book I've read this year' HOLLY MARTIN
If you knew how the love story finished, would you turn the first page?
Amy has been keeping a secret most of her adult life... The women in her family have a gift, or is it a curse?
Since her first kiss, Amy has had visions of how her relationships will end. A date fleeing through the bathroom window. At the altar - runaway-bride style. There seems to be no end to the unhappy endings.
Then she drunkenly kisses three men at her best friend's wedding, only to wake up with no memory of who she kissed. She knows she's found 'the one' but now she must find out which one...
Roping in her friends, Amy sets off on a mission to find her true love.
What readers are saying about Skip to the End:
'Well written, charming, sweet and thoroughly enjoyable'
'A proper feel good book. I couldn't put it down'
'I couldn't have loved this book more. It's absolutely perfect in every way'
'This book was absolutely stunning. About Time is one of my all time favourite films and this was finally a book like it'
'I finished reading Skip to the End with an enormous, contented sigh and a huge smile on my face'
James's clever debut puts a magical twist on the hardships of modern dating. Amy Daniels has a strange ability: upon her first kiss with anyone, she has a prophetic vision of how their relationship will end. She's always relied on this gift as a guide in her dating life, but with each vision of future heartbreak, she loses hope she'll ever get a happy ending. She finds comfort in her four supportive high school friends: Charlotte, siblings May and Jay, and Gareth. At Charlotte's wedding, May challenges Amy to search for her soulmate by kissing three men—and for once, she sees a vision of bliss. There's just one problem: she's drunk, and the next day she can't remember exactly who she kissed or which of the three is "the one." Is it Tristan, the sensual millionaire with a dark side? Or Ben, the sexy and empathetic young bartender/aspiring screenwriter? What about the third man, whom Amy can't quite remember? As Amy's friends band together to help her solve the mystery, James captures the giddiness of new love and the comfort of true friendship. This is a delight.