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As with all good books, it's the characters that make this one. Liz is a bright, talented - but highly insecure - young woman who arrives in London with dreams of making it big in business. She does, but her personal life is far less successful. She has a one-night stand with AJ - a charmer with a man bun and tats - who then goes off to Japan on a journey of self-discovery without even saying goodbye. Hurt, she starts seeing the vile Peter (and man, is he vile), and so begins a self-destructive relationship that leaves her already fragile self-confidence in tatters.
AJ is great fun - sexy, arrogant but also a decent guy. Having spent years playing the field, he's determined to change his ways. However, when he returns to London after a year overseas, he finds Liz - the fling he's not been able to forget - involved with another man. In order to win her love, he's not only got to prove he's not going to hurt her again, but he's got to get over his own deep-seated insecurities and letting a woman in emotionally.
I loved the London setting, and the supporting cast of characters (Penny and Nate especially) were great. Vile Peter was such an a_hole that there were times I wondered how on earth Liz got together with him in the first place - however, the author did a convincing job of showing us just how vulnerable Liz was, and how she let Peter wear her down. Her personal journey during the story is heart-warming.
If you love coming of age romance/chick-lit with a London-setting, I highly recommend this one.
Frances Cowie is an author to watch out for. Clever storyline with great twists and turns.You'll be pleased you read this story!