One Day for female friendship. Hilarious, deliciously relatable fiction about female friendship and growing up from the No.1 ebook bestselling author of HOT MESS
The new laugh-out-loud, deliciously relatable story of female friendship from the bestselling author of HOT MESS
'So VERY funny' Marian Keyes
'Furiously, fiercely funny, warm and uplifting' Daisy Buchanan
'Warm, nostalgic and laugh-out-loud funny' Beth O'Leary
'Ferociously funny' RED Magazine
'Heartwarming, heart-shattering and hilarious' Isy Suttie
Two friends. Two decades.
One big mistake...
Nat and Zoe have always shared everything.
Hopeless crushes, emergency tampons, messy sex stories, work triumphs, those days where you can't stop crying in the loos, those days where you can't stop dancing on the bar. They even share the same birthday, FFS. The struggle is real, but they'll always have each other.
Except best friends forever is a hard promise to keep...
Eye-wateringly hilarious, tender and true, this a story about growing up, falling apart, and the friendships that hold us together.
'Brutally funny, painfully accurate, unfailingly warm and wise' Lauren Bravo
'Genius...I loved it' Lindsey Kelk
'Funny, sad, moving, joyous... One Day for people who make their friends the priority' Caroline Hulse
'Outrageously good' Helly Acton
'Utterly hilarious, moving, relatable and full of nostalgia and heart. Perfection' Lia Louis
'Full of heart, nostalgia and classic Lucy Vine comedy' Olivia Beirne
'A laugh-out-loud read about growing up, falling apart and the special bond that is female friendship' CLOSER
'Deliciously entertaining' Sara Ella Ozbek
'Lucy at her most divine' Hannah Doyle
'Hilarious and extremely relatable' Anna Bell
'Lucy never fails to make me laugh out loud' Paige Toon
The LOVELIEST book, so sweet and warm on female friendship and so VERY funny
A furiously, fiercely funny, warm and uplifting page-turner... BAD CHOICES is a truly beautiful book about love, grief and growing up
I absolutely loved this book. Full of heart, nostalgia and classic Lucy Vine comedy
Lucy at her most divine...Fresh and funny. this book deserves VIP access to the top of your TBR pile
A deliciously entertaining, heartwarming story of female friendship, from an author who is unafraid to go close to the bone. I adored every moment of Nat and Zoe's relationship - the oversharing, the laughter, the nuanced difficulties, the drunken text messages, the moments that we all know so well, but mostly, the strength of it
Warm, nostalgic and laugh-out-loud funny... A love story about friendship - Beth O'Leary, bestselling author of THE FLATSHARE
Lucy Vine is so, so funny and captures the wonderful awfulness of early adulthood like no other. It's funny, sad, moving, joyous, puerile - a One Day for people who make their friends the priority. A love story for friendship. Just great
I spent a joyous weekend immersed in this book, rooting for Natalie and Zoe as though they were my own childhood BFFs. From the very first page, Bad Choices makes all the right ones - it's brutally funny, painfully accurate but unfailingly warm and wise. By the time I finished it (crying, obv) I felt like I'd grown up alongside them. When it comes to honest, skillful depictions of female friendship, Lucy Vine really is the master
Lucy Vine is a freelance journalist based in London, who regularly writes and edits for the likes of Grazia, Heat, Cosmo, Stylist and Marie Claire. She also writes a weekly newsy column for Grazia Daily. Fed up of seeing the happily-ever-afters in films, she decided to write her own and her debut Hot Mess is the result. Follow her on Twitter @Lecv