She kissed the groom. But she’s not the bride…
Another sparkling and hilarious romcom from bestselling author Mhairi McFarlane.
Edie thought she’d found The One…until he told her he was marrying someone else. And on the day of his wedding, when he kisses her, life really does go pear-shaped…
Labelled as a home-wrecker and office outcast, when her boss offers her the chance to get out of town Edie jumps at it, even though moving back in with her eccentric father and prickly sister isn’t exactly the escape she needs.
When her work throws her into the path of rising star and heartthrob Elliot, Edie is expecting a highly strung diva. But as their unexpected friendship develops, Elliot isn’t the only one in the spotlight…
Who’s that girl? Edie is ready to find out.
Smart, sparkling and simply unputdownable, Who’s That Girl is perfect for fans off Sophie Kinsella, Sophie Ranald and Beth O’Leary.
I’d been in a bit of a reading slump having read a couple of books prior that I hadn’t really enjoyed so went into this with a bit of trepidation as to what was going to greet me. Well the the mention of The Old Swan hotel in Harrogate grabbed my attention straight away. Having been there over the years for a certain crime writing festival, I could easily visualise the setting for the start of this story, I knew from that moment that this novel was one that I was going to enjoy, and I did.
I loved Edie and was infuriated for her after the kissing event at a colleagues wedding has her labelled very wrongly. Having to lay low she moves back home with her dad and sister. Over the course of the story, I really enjoyed getting to know Edie better and the nice people in her life. Whilst there is a fair bit of humour in the book, there is so much more. Along with a budding romance, we see the struggles for Edie being back at home and dealing with something from the past. I loved her friends as well and it really makes you appreciate the true friends in your life.
Who’s That Girl? was the perfect pick me up read that took hold of me and had me wrapped up tight into Edie’s world. By the end she felt like a close friend and I was sorry to say goodbye. With how the story ends, I would love for there to be a follow up book but have a feeling it’s very much left to the readers imagine of which I sat for a good half an hour or so after finishing the book, letting my imagination run away with itself in what would happen next. A wonderfully uplifting and endearing read!