Did You Miss Me?
‘Heartwarming and hilarious’ Sarah Morgan
‘A fun and fabulous read from the queen of the rom-com’ Woman & Home
‘A laugh-out-loud book…the perfect summer escape’ Lindsey Kelk
You never forget the one that got away, do you?
Nell Mason is extremely happy with her life – or at least, that’s what she tells herself. She’s lucky to have a high-powered job as a lawyer, even if it does come with an eccentric set of billionaire divorce clients. And she’s absolutely fine living with her sweet, if slightly dull, boyfriend Gus in their London flat where they have very sensible sex once (OK, sometimes twice) a week. She’s definitely not stuck in a rut.
But when Nell bumps into childhood friend and first love Arthur Drummond who broke her heart fifteen years ago, she’s more than a little shaken. The seemingly perfect life she’s worked so hard for starts to feel, well, less perfect. Maybe Nell’s been kidding herself all these years. Can she ever get over her first love?
Readers love Sophia Money-Coutts:
‘A wonderful feel-good novel, just perfect for the garden, the beach or the sofa’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Made me laugh from the first page’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Characters are lovely and lively’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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‘Enjoyable and endearing’ Katie Fforde
‘With laugh-out-loud moments, you’ll love this romcom’ Prima
‘Hilariously relatable’ Sophie Cousens
‘For fans of Jilly Cooper…warm-hearted, hilarious and romantic’ Best
‘I laughed out loud throughout this’ Laura Jane Williams
‘The perfect poolside page-turner!’ Woman & Home
‘Super funny, super witty and so warm’ Lia Louis
‘It wouldn’t be summer without a new romcom from Sophia Money-Coutts to deliver a hit of bookish serotonin’ Red
‘Funny, joyful, life-affirming’ Cressida McLaughlin
About the author
Sophia Money-Coutts is a journalist and author who spent five years studying the British aristocracy while working as Features Director at Tatler. Prior to that she worked as a writer and an editor for the Evening Standard and the Daily Mail in London, and The National in Abu Dhabi. She writes a column for The Sunday Telegraph called Modern Manners and often appears on radio and television channels talking about important topics such as Prince Harry’s wedding and the etiquette of the threesome. Did You Miss Me? is her fourth novel.