Nominated for the top honour by several Chicklit Club contributors, this story sees quiet Evie make her mark by making over an outdated department store for Christmas.
The Irish mistress of the twist certainly engaged with this charming tale about what happens when two guys’ shopping bags are accidentally switched.
Lily has been told because of a curse she should never marry for love. With a quirky premise, a spirited cast of characters and zippy dialogue, this story is full of warmth and humour.
Abigail learns the rules of successful singledom from a playboy friend in this incredibly funny story..
Sarah Jio arrived on the scene with the highly acclaimed The Violets of March, a story centred around the discovery of an old diary. She’s publishing a World War II saga next year.
The advertising copywriter wrote a cracker of a first novel in Who’s Afraid of Mr Wolfe? about an advertising copywriter dealing with a brooding new boss. Her 2012 release is about a journalist facing a tough dilemma.
After his near-death experience, Julia's husband, Michael, decides to change everything. Can this second chance at life also breathe new life into their rocky relationship? A thought-provoking novel which examines the price of success and the things that matter the most.
With her marriage in tatters, Cassie leaves her sheltered life in rural Scotland to stay with each of her best friends in the most glamorous cities in the world: New York, Paris and London. A beautifully written novel about self-reinvention that takes you on a journey too.
Set in England, Romania and Los Angeles, this story about a Wuthering Heights remake has all the usual bonkbuster elements - betrayal, infidelity, rivalry - just try to stop yourself from turning the pages as this story climaxes in a bitterly fought Oscar campaign.
Evie becomes a tour guide for Paris without knowing much about France at all. She is heading to Venice next year.
Inspired by Prince William’s proposal to Kate Middleton, this novel – about two brides called Kate and Diana - came out just in time for the big royal wedding.
Emily’s late husband is trapped in the body of a stray dog she takes in and endeavours to help her move through the process of grief.
This Irish author of Any Dream Will Do told an inspiring story about how her road to publication started because of her tweets.
Natasha returns to the family home in Cornwall for her grandmother’s funeral. When she finds a diary kept by her aunt Cecily, who died when she was only 15, it spurs Natasha to uncover the rest of the story about Cecily's last summer in 1963. Cleverly plotted and unputdownable.
Set in 1999, amid the hysteria about the Y2K bug, this is a charming and funny debut novel about office romance in the technology age.