Her voice leaps off the page . . . it's this depth of character and eye for detail that makes comparisons with Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones series spot-on (The Independent)
This hilarious and heart-warming book had us alternately laughing and crying. The year's funniest book to date (Hello)
A runaway success . . . it's an uplifting romcom that combines elements of Bridget Jones and Four Weddings with Father Ted (Kirsty Lang BBC Radio 4 Front Row)
Aisling is an absolute gem of a character and this book is a breath of fresh air (The Sun)
With witty dialogue, sharp observations and piles of humour, this is a riot of a read, but with plenty of depth, too - we found ourselves choking up as well as, erm . . . peeing with laughter (Heat, The Funny One)
Oh lads! This book! There aren't enough words for how much I love it. It's feicin' HILAIRE and very touching (Marian Keyes)
Excellent craic that'll have you shedding a tear as well as laughing your socks off (Fabulous Magazine)
It's sweet and it's funny and it's moving and it's perfect (The Pool)
An utter ray of sunshine (Red)
From the Inside Flap
Everyone knows an Aisling:
Loves going Out Out, but secretly scared of liquid eyeliner.
Happy to drink the bar dry, but will bring her own coaster if necessary.
Would rather die than miss a cooked hotel breakfast, but can calculate the Points in a Snickers at fifty paces.
Aisling's the girl with a heart of gold, but a boyfriend who still hasn't made a peep about their Big Day even after seven years.
But then a disastrous romantic getaway shows Aisling that it's time to stop waiting around and leave John behind for the bright lights of Dublin. After she's wailed her way through Adele's Greatest Hits, that is.
Between glamorous new flatmates, a scandal at work and finding herself in a weird love square, Aisling is ready to take on the big city. So long as she has her umbrella with her.