From the bestselling author of Me and Mr Darcy, this funny, magical love story is for every girl who has loved, lost and dreamt of getting her man back.
After a bad break up, doesn't every girl want the same things?
For her ex-boyfriend to stay single forever...
Or maybe emigrate, to a remote, uninhabited island?
Better still, that she'd never met him in the first place!
But what if one of those wishes came true?
Tess is heartbroken when Seb breaks up with her and can't help blaming herself. If only she'd done things differently. If only she could make right all her regrets... But she can't. It's over. She has to forget about him. Drunk and upset on New Year's Eve she wishes she'd never met him.
But when she wakes up to discover this dream has come true, she realises she has a chance. To do it all over again. And to get it right this time...
This rom-com taps into the longing we've all had to hit rewind when a relationship flounders - so we can do it all again, only better. - Glamour
'This smart romcom is brilliantly dreamy and funny with a magical twist.' **** - Closer
A new Alexandra Potter book is always something to celebrate. She's one of the only chick lit authors who puts a magical spin on her novels, and she's always successful at it . . . a great read - www.chicklitreviewsandnews.com
Funny, light and a great summer read - whether you're lying on a sunlounger or sitting on the train to work. A fab modern-day love story with a touch of magic. - Fabulous
Yet again Alexandra Potter has written an upbeat, quirky piece of chick lit that can't help but bring a smile to your face - www.novelicious.com
Words cannot describe how much I enjoyed this book. I have always been a big fan of comedic chick lit and this one hit the spot. - www.debrasbookcafe.co.uk
Fantastically funny - Elle on ME AND MR DARCY
Feel-good fiction full of unexpected twists and turns - OK!
Alexandra Potter was born in Yorkshire. Having lived in LA, Sydney and London after university, she finally decided to settle where the sun was and lives full-time in Los Angeles. She has worked variously as a features editor and sub-editor for women's glossies in the UK and now writes full-time.