Thursday, 15 August 2013

Review - I've Got Your Number - Sophie Kinsella

Product Details 
About The Book 
 
I've lost it. :( The only thing in the world I wasn't supposed to lose. My engagement ring. It's been in Magnus's family for three generations. And now, the very same day his parents are coming, I've lost it. The very same day. Do not hyperventilate, Poppy. Stay positive!! :)


A couple of glasses of bubbly with the girls at a charity do and Poppy's life has gone into meltdown. Not only has she lost her engagement ring, but in the panic that followed, she's lost her phone too. As she paces shakily round the hotel foyer she spots an abandoned phone in a bin. Finders keepers! Now she can leave a number with the hotel staff. It was meant to be!


Except the phone's owner, businessman Sam Roxton, doesn't agree. He wants his phone back, and doesn't appreciate Poppy reading all his messages and wading into his personal life. As Poppy juggles wedding preparations, phone messages and hiding her left hand from Magnus and his parents, can things get any more tangled?

Natalie's Review

Oh my gosh what a fab book,  I love the writing style of Sophie Kinsella,  she is so witty and i always find myself laughing out loud with everything she writes.

The story starts with Poppy,  she is on a mad hunt for her engagement ring that she has somehow lost,  its not just any ring,  it an hairloom of her future husbands family.

while hunting for the ring she is mugged and has her mobile phone stolen,  not sure what to do she goes back to the hotel to ask if she can use a phone to ring someone... anyone who can help her.

Its here that she finds a phone, and when said phone starts ringing she finds that the owner is businessman Sam Roxton and he wants it back,  however she needs it, she has just given everyone at the hotel the number to contact her if her ring is found...

Sam and Poppy come to an agreement,  she will forward any messages and emails to him as long as she can keep the phone just until her ring is found,  what follows is some humorus situations when poppy cant resist snooping and replying to a few emails, and more than that a friendship develops and when secrets are unveiled poppy finds that Sam may be the only person she can turn too.

I give this book a Massive 5 Stars.  it keeps you entertained and i finished with a massive smile on my face.

About The Author 

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Sophie Kinsella raced into the UK bestseller lists in September 2000 with her first novel in the Shopaholic series - The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic (also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic). The book’s heroine, Becky Bloomwood – a fun and feisty financial journalist who loves shopping but is hopeless with money – captured the hearts of readers worldwide and she has since featured in five further adventures in Shopaholic Abroad (also published as Shopaholic Takes Manhattan), Shopaholic Ties the Knot, Shopaholic & Sister and Shopaholic & Baby. Becky Bloomwood came to the big screen in 2009 with the hit Disney movie Confessions of a Shopaholic. Sophie Kinsella has also written four standalone novels which have all been number one bestsellers: Can You Keep A Secret?, The Undomestic Goddess, Remember Me? and Twenties Girl.
Sophie wrote her first novel under her real name, Madeleine Wickham, at the tender age of 24, whilst she was working as a financial journalist. The Tennis Party was immediately hailed as a success by critics and the public alike and became a top ten bestseller. She went on to publish six more novels as Madeleine Wickham: A Desirable Residence, Swimming Pool Sunday, The Gatecrasher, The Wedding Girl, Cocktails for Three and Sleeping Arrangements.
She submitted her first ‘Sophie Kinsella’ novel anonymously to her existing publishers and it was snapped up without her editors knowing that she was already one of their authors. It wasn’t until the appropriately titled Can You Keep a Secret? was published that Sophie revealed her true identity for the first time.
Sophie Kinsella was born in London. She studied music at New College, Oxford, but after a year switched to Politics, Philosophy and Economics. She now lives in London, UK, with her husband and family.


 




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