Josie Lloyd and Emlyn Rees hit upon a winning formula with their first joint novel Come Together
, billed as a unique opportunity to view a heterosexual couple's relationship from both sides. Now they consummate this success in this sequel, Come Again
, a tale of four troubled twentysomethings: two trapped by success, two by failure.
Amy and Jack's relationship comes to a head when they decide to get married. They take a back seat as four of their friends plan their wedding for them, whilst in turn attempt to build relationships of their own. Helen, or H as her friends call her, has such a happening job that she has no time for anything else. Matt has the same problem, so perhaps the two should get together... Former coke-snorter Stringer has moved back in with his mum while he sorts his head out. And saucy Susie cannot keep her legs shut.
Fans of Lloyd and Rees will gain satisfaction from this re-entry into Amy and Jack's sassy shenanigans. If you like Friends and Four Weddings and a Funeral, this will hit the right spot. --Daren King.
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