'Cate Woods is laugh-out-loud funny and life affirming' Closer. Perfect for fans of Jo Thomas and The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart.
'Hilarious and heart-breaking in equal measure and you'll root for Annie from the start ... I couldn't put this down' Daily Mail
The old Annie Taylor knew who she was.
She had bags of confidence and spent her evenings impersonating her idol Barbra Streisand, looking flawless in exuberant turbans and winged eyeliner.
But nowadays she has more roles than she can count - mother, girlfriend, best friend, photographer, sister - and she doesn't feel like she's doing any of them justice.
So when, unexpectedly, life propels her back to being the glamorous Barb, she finally has the chance to find herself once more...
Equal parts moving and hilarious, More Than a Feeling delightfully questions whether we want to 'have it all' or just be happy in our own skin. Perfect for fans of Holly Bourne and Lucy Vine.
Hilarious and heart-breaking in equal measure ... I'm a big fan of Woods's moving and witty writing. She has a wonderful ear for dialogue and I couldn't put this down - Daily Mail
Hilariously witty and ingeniously engaging... a heartwarming page-turner - OK! Magazine
[A] lough-out-loud romcom - Sunday Post
A hilarious romantic comedy that every woman will identify with. A heartwarming read with an ingenious twist - OK! Magazine on Just Haven't Met You Yet
A witty tale you'll gobble up like a Valentine's doughnut - Heat on Just Haven't Met You Yet
Engaging characters, witty dialogue and a couple of plot twists I didn't see coming
- Daily Mail on Just Haven't Met You Yet
Cate Woods is laugh-out-loud funny and life affirming. A must read - Closer on Just Haven't Met You Yet
BOOK OF THE WEEK. Just when you're starting to think Just Haven't Met You Yet is heading in a similar direction to other chick-lit tales, Cate Woods throws in a huge and brilliant curveball - New Magazine on Just Haven't Met You Yet
Cate Woods made the most of her degree in Anglo-Saxon Literature by embarking on a career making tea on programmes including The Big Breakfast, Who Wants to be a Millionaire and French & Saunders. After narrowly missing out on the chance to become a Channel 5 weather girl she moved into journalism, where she interviewed every famous John, from Prescott to Bon Jovi, ghostwrote a weekly column for a footballer's wife and enjoyed a brief stint as one half of Closer magazine's gossip-columnist duo, 'Mr & Mrs Showbiz'. Cate left the magazine world in 2009 to pursue a full-time career ghostwriting celebrity autobiographies and novels. She lives in London with her husband (not Mr Showbiz) and two small children. Just Haven't Met You Yet is her first novel under her own name.