She was just a girl, standing in front of a boy… wishing he looked more like Hugh Grant.

Scarlett loves the movies. But does she love sensible fiancé David just as much? With a big white wedding on the horizon, Scarlett really should have decided by now…

When she has the chance to house-sit in Notting Hill – the setting of one of her favourite movies – Scarlett jumps at the chance. But living life like a movie is trickier than it seems, especially when her new neighbour Sean is so irritating. And so irritatingly handsome, too.

Scarlett soon finds herself starring in a romantic comedy of her very own: but who will end up as the leading man?

‘Sparky, fun and endearing’
Katie Fforde author of A Vintage Wedding

‘An endearing, romantic and fun read for chick-lit (and rom com!) fans’

‘Utterly enjoyable’

‘If you love your rom coms and know your Mark Darcy from your Daniel Cleaver then you’re going to adore this’
Carole Matthews author of A Cottage by the Sea

‘As adorable as a Richard Curtis movie, as funny as that Welsh bloke in the baggy grey pants, this romantic comedy is the perfect way to pass a winter afternoon should Johnny Depp be unavailable’
Daily Record

‘Joyous and carefree, a souffle of a book that will lift the spirits of anybody who ever daydreamed about a different, more glam life’
Bernadette Strachan author of What Would Mary Berry Do?

‘The book is a great read and I devoured it in two days, I was unable to put it down, I had to read on. I was laughing and crying with the characters and at times shouting out… The author’s love of the films came through in the writing… they were cleverly woven into the story and did not distract from the storyline at all… I recommend it to all chick lit and chick flick fans alike’
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