A sassy romantic comedy to delight fans of Sophie Kinsella, Freya North and Helen Fielding. You couldn't wish for a better book!
'I wish I could get a seat on the tube... I hadn t eaten that entire bag of Maltesers... I could meet a man whose hobbies include washing up and monogamy...'
Heather Hamilton is always wishing for things. Not just big stuff - like world peace or for a date with Brad Pitt - but little, everyday wishes, made without thinking. With her luck, she knows they ll never come true...
Until one day she buys some heather from a gypsy. Suddenly the bad hair days stop; a handsome American answers her ad for a housemate; and she starts seeing James - The Perfect Man who sends her flowers, excels in the bedroom, and isn t afraid to say I love you ...
But are these wishes-come-true a blessing or a curse? And is there such a thing as too much foreplay?
Nobody does it quite like Alexandra Potter - Daily Mirror
A touching, funny love-story - Company magazine
Always perceptive, often funny, never dull - Heat magazine
Sharp, witty dialogue - The Scotsman
Slickly written and often very funny - The Times
This warm and funny story... appeals to the romantic lurking in all of us - Sunday Mirror on CALLING ROMEO
A cracking summer read - Heat magazine on CALLING ROMEO
Essential reading - Company magazine on CALLING ROMEO
Alexandra Potter was born in Yorkshire. Having lived in Los Angeles and Sydney after university, where she worked variously as a features editor and sub-editor for women's magazines including Elle, Company, Red and Australian Vogue, she now writes full time and lives between London and Los Angeles. She is the author of nine internationally bestselling novels of romantic fiction with a magical twist, including Don't You Forget About Me and Me and Mr Darcy, which won the Best New Fiction Award at the Jane Austen Regency World Awards 2007.
You can find out more at www.alexandrapotter.com or on her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Alexandra.Potter.Author or follow Alexandra on Twitter @AlexPotterBooks.