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Lisa Jewell is the Sunday Times bestselling author of sixteen books, including her most recent novel, the Sunday Times bestseller Watching You. She lives in London with her husband and two children.


Like a fizzy cocktail, Jewell's follow-up to her bestselling Ralph's Party is quickly consumed and sometimes dizzying. Set in posh London, the plot adheres to the When Harry Met Sally formula of romantic comedy√Ątwo characters are unaware of their love for each other. Naturally, readers witness a string of calamities eventually resulting in a happy-ever-after ending. Dig Ryan and Nadine Kite, best friends for 15 years, have exhausted the dating market. Dig, who works for a small record label, wakes up on his 30th birthday with a 17-year-old girl in his bed, and suddenly feels old. He and Nadine, a 30-year-old freelance photographer, resolve to stop living as serial monogamists and find love with mature adults (to become, as Bridget Jones might say, Smug Marrieds). When Dig bumps into Delilah, the most beautiful girl in Holy Trinity high school and his first love, he thinks he may be lucky at last. Nadine is anything but happy at the reappearance, since Delilah, who has come to London without her husband, stole Dig from her once before. Meanwhile, Nadine has contacted her first love, Phil, who's even more of a jerk now than he was a decade ago, except now he's an ex-con, too. Of course, the appealing couple known as Dig 'n' Deen finds its way out of this tangle before the novel's candied close. Jewell's keen observation of British pop culture is perhaps the best attribute of a book that is fun but never quite intoxicating, and which is burdened by an unimaginative cover. (Jan.) Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.

Bubbly and addictive, the best romantic comedy we've read in ages * Company *
Will keep you up all night in a sweaty, addicted reading frenzy * The Times *
Very entertaining and very funny * Heat *
Jewell writes with invigorating zest and lashings of emotional intelligence - pop fiction at its proudest * Independent *
Warm, funny, realistic and immensely readable * Cosmopolitan *
A lovely book . . . informed with a wholesome desire to please and entertain * Daily Telegraph *
This is a gem * Mirror *
Stands out from the mass of chick-fic like a poppy in a cornfield . . . Glitters with insight * Nova *
Praise for Lisa Jewell * - *
Addictively readable * The Times *
Terrific * Sunday Times *
A joy . . . a fun summer read * Guardian *
Tackles serious issues with humour - proving that chick-lit can be intelligent, interesting and huge fun * Sunday Express *
A triumph * Hello *
Top marks. Fantastic * Heat *
Moving and intelligent * Independent *
Magnetic, unpretentious and bursting with one-liners * Cosmopolitan *
Jewell's readability and emotional intelligence make her the cream of pop fiction * Glamour *
Fans of chick-lit will understand when I say that this is a book you simply disappear into * Sunday Telegraph *

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