Nell Mason is extremely happy with her life – or at least, that’s what she tells herself. She’s lucky to have a high-powered job as a lawyer, even if it does come with an eccentric set of billionaire divorce clients. And she’s absolutely fine living with her sweet, if slightly dull, boyfriend Gus in their London flat where they have very sensible sex once (OK, sometimes twice) a week. She’s definitely not stuck in a rut.
But when Nell bumps into childhood friend and first love Arthur Drummond who broke her heart fifteen years ago, she’s more than a little shaken. The seemingly perfect life she’s worked so hard for starts to feel, well, less perfect. Maybe Nell’s been kidding herself all these years. Can she ever get over her first love?
This story is just wonderful. My first book by this author and I immediately want to read everything she’s ever written.
Nell was a great main character with so many dimensions to her. I was rooting from her from the beginning and just wanted the best for her!
The dialogues and situations are entirely relatable, believable, entertaining and interesting. It flowed exceptionally well and had me hooked and invested from the beginning.
I LOVED the way it ended. The story had elements of humour effortlessly weaved in which really bought the story to life.
I would definitely recommend this book! I gave it 5/5 stars.