An achingly funny story about how to be your own hero when life pulls the rug out from under your feet. From the author of the bestselling YOU HAD ME AT HELLO
Delia Moss isn’t quite sure where she went wrong.
When she proposed and discovered her boyfriend was sleeping with someone else – she thought it was her fault.
When she realised life would never be the same again – she thought it was her fault.
And when he wanted her back like nothing had changed – Delia started to wonder if perhaps she was not to blame…
From Newcastle to London and back again, with dodgy jobs, eccentric bosses and annoyingly handsome journalists thrown in, Delia must find out where her old self went – and if she can ever get her back.
‘Witty, sharp and giggle-inducing … This is modern and honest romantic fiction at its most accomplished’ HEAT
‘If you love sparky comedies, this one’s for you’ GRAZIA
‘Who will love it? Want-it-funny lit-lovers’ GLAMOUR
‘An engaging read about finding yourself… I loved it’ DAILY MAIL
‘McFarlane’s writing will make you laugh out loud 5*’ SUNDAY EXPRESS
‘Brilliantly funny stuff’ FABULOUS
‘A delicious feast of comic romance … Smart and funny’ SUNDAY MIRROR
‘[McFarlane] has pulled it out of the bag again, crafting an impassioned novel of female self-discovery … Jam-packed with quirky social satire that delights and entertains’ OK
Praise for ‘You Had Me at Hello’:
“Very very witty and funny. Left me in awe…a total gem.” (Marian Keyes)
“The funniest, most romantic book I've read since One Day.” (Lisa Jewell)
“I loved this book. It made me laugh and reminded me that anything's possible in love – and in everything else for that matter.” (Minnie Driver)
“I loved this: an original, genuinely funny, genuinely moving, modern love story.” (Katy Regan)
“Mhairi is darkly funny and quite, quite rude…You Had Me at Hello is a breath of tart, Northern air.” (Sarra Manning)
“Bitingly sharp and achingly funny…guaranteed to have you bent double. I absolutely loved it!” (Claudia Carroll)
About the author
Mhairi was born in Scotland in 1976 and her unnecessarily confusing name is pronounced Vah-Ree.
After some efforts at journalism, she started writing novels. It’s Not Me, It’s You is her third book. She lives in Nottingham, with a man and a cat.
It’s not me it’s you
Decent enough, but way too many London/English references I had to look up to understand what was meant. Was very irritating.