'Funny, quirky and delightfully different. I loved it!' Zara Stoneley, author of The Wedding Date
'A modern-day You’ve Got Mail’ Victoria Van Tiem, author of Love Like the Movies
'A fun, fabulous and 100% feel-good read!’ Laurie Ellingham, author of Ours is the Winter
‘Quirky and amusing’ Katey Lovell, author of Three Men and a Maybe
Polly and Olly were never supposed to meet…
Polly might spend her days searching for eligible matches for her elite list of clients at her New York dating agency, but her own love life is starting to go up in smoke.
Even worse, she can’t stop thinking about the very person she’s meant to be setting her latest client up with… surely it can’t get any worse!
But then Polly bumps into oh-so-handsome Olly, who heads up a rival agency, and realizes that perhaps all really is fair in love and dating war…
Perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella and Debbie Viggiano.
Praise for When Polly Met Olly:
‘An amazing story.’ Tizi’s Book Review
‘A fun and flirty novel full of laugh-out-loud playful banter.’ Norway Ellesea
‘A book you simply don't want to put down.’ Lemon Nail Fiend
‘A fun, flirty and fabulous read that will have you giggling on many an occasion.’ Bookish Jottings
‘A brilliant and funny read that I couldn't put down.’ Coffee and Kindle Book Reviews
‘An all-round feel-good, funny read that has swoon-worthy characters.’ Dash Fan 81
‘Such a lovely and romantic story about dating.’ In de Boekenkast
‘Humour and romance merge in this warm, witty read.’ Books, Life and Everything
‘If you are looking for a fun summer read, I’d definitely recommend this one.’ Over the Rainbow Book Blog
‘A sweet romance with adorable characters who capture your heart.’ Like Herding Cats Blog
‘The perfect summertime read, which leaves you with that nice warm fuzzy feeling.’ Beauty Addict 32
‘Heart-warming and thought-provoking.’ Babydolls and Razor Blades
‘A fun read.’ B for Book Review
Praise for Zoe May:
‘One to watch.’ Daily Express
I miss book editors
It’s not a bad book, good characters, if you can get over the creep factor of the two protagonists being 20 years in age apart. But could someone proofread and give some editing hints? The typos and name errors are distracting as are the British terms being used as though that would be normal conversation in America. A charted surveyor is just not something in the U.S., etc.
Cute story but...
I'm a fan of Zoe's books and this was just as cute and lighthearted a story as the rest however there were tons of details here that irked me throughout the entire story, making it hard to relate to. Most of this comes from the fact that the story takes place in New York City yet everyone speaks in British phrasing and terminology. I understand when the lead character does it but the other characters are American and wouldn't speak that way or use cm instead of feet and inches. Also she refers a couple of times to a time difference of five hours between New York and Cornwall but she had it backwards, stating that Cornwall was five hours behind New York. Yes, I totally get how nit-picky this is but it happened so often, literally the entire story, plus numerous typos (not referring to British spellings), words repeated, etc. It just made the story unbelievable. You can't connect to characters who are clearly not speaking the way the character should be speaking but instead speaks the way the author would be speaking. So the story was nice, pleasant enough for a lazy Sunday read, but the characters didn't feel relatable.Daselain