Today we have a review from Louise
‘I’ve Got Your Number’ – by Sophie Kinsella
Bride-to-be Poppy has lost two of the most important things in her life; her engagement ring and her phone. The engagement ring has been in her fiancés family for 3 generations, and her future parents-in-law won’t be happy to see it missing; or to not see it, as it happens. As for the phone, when she stumbles across an abandoned mobile in a bin, Poppy can’t believe her luck and thinks nothing of using it as her own. Except the phone’s mysterious and smouldering owner, businessman Sam Roxton, has other ideas, and the pair get unwillingly tangled up in one another’s chaotic lives; sharing an inbox isn’t for the faint hearted.
This book was genuinely laugh-out-loud funny, with the loveably jumbled main character, Poppy, being the hilarious heroine of the story. We follow Poppy through the unfortunate events that precede her wedding day, and can’t help but fall in love with her bubbly personality and her unique way of dealing with some sticky situations. However, amidst the chaos there is romance, drama and mystery, adding an unexpected depth to this chick-flick. The story is continually unfolding, with drama around every corner, yet Kinsella still manages to maintain a fun tone to keep us turning the pages. ‘I’ve Got Your Number’ is both heart-warming and heart-wrenching, whilst at the same time I’m spitting out my drink laughing; a perfect balance and entirely unexpected.’
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