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(Winner of the 2006 Award)
Amelie’s life is arranged just how she likes it. Well, most of the time. She has a creative job she adores, a great social life and a love-life she can take or leave. So it’s a shock when she realises one day that everyone she knows seem to be happily coupled up – getting married even. Is it time she thought about settling down?
Assigned a direful project in work – writing the ad campaign for Britain’s biggest speed-dating company – she’s forced against her will into doing soul-destroying research into ‘the product’. And yet, with her best mate Duncan, her annoying boss Joshua and her ex-boyfriend Jack all causing havoc in her life, maybe a speed-dating romance could be her salvation?
Praise for Step on it Cupid:
‘I thoroughly enjoyed this book …It’s a great, fun story, which twists and turns, and makes you laugh out loud, and importantly keeps you guessing right up to the end. Superbly written,’ Chloe’s Chick Lit Reviews
‘Took this on holiday with me, and have to admit there were points when I laughed out loud (much to my embarrassment) on the plane and on the beach.’ Amazon
‘Utterly adorable’ Good reads
‘After seeing the vid-lit I just had to give it a read,’ Trashionista
‘The trailblazer we are all following’ Andrew Crofts, Journalist
‘If you have ever worked in London or commuted then it’s worth the cover price, as the observations on commuting and meeting decent men ring true. This is pure light-hearted entertainment – I read it in a day, and the moment I put it down my holiday chum pinched it immediately so she could see what I had been laughing at. (She also read it in a day). All in all, it’s a pleasurable read with an interesting plot – perfect for hols or the tube. The speed-dating scenes are hilarious!’ Amazon
Listen to an extract of the audiobook here:
So far Step on it, Cupid has been translated into French, Dutch, German, Turkish and Russian.