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The Out of Office Girl: Summer comes early with this gorgeous rom-com!

Nicola Doherty

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

The perfect high-concept summer bestseller, Nicola's stunning debut novel heralds the arrival of the new Irish Sophie Kinsella.

If you love Sophie Kinsella or Lindsey Kelk, you'll adore this gorgeous, romantic Italian getaway.

From London to Italy with love...

Alice Roberts is having a rubbish summer.

She's terrified of her boss, her career is stalling, and she's just been dumped - by text message. But things are about to change...

When her boss Olivia is taken ill, Alice is sent on the work trip of a lifetime: to a villa in Sicily, to edit the autobiography of Hollywood bad boy Luther Carson. But it's not all yachts, nightclubs and Camparis. Luther's arrogant agent Sam wants him to ditch the book. Luther himself is gorgeous, charming and impossible to read. There only seems to be one way to get his attention, and it's not one her boss would approve of. Alice is out of the office, and into deep trouble...

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Praise for The Out of Office Girl: Summer comes early with this gorgeous rom-com!

  • A gorgeous debut, reminiscent of early Jilly Cooper - Irish Examiner

  • A modern-day Roman Holiday: smart, funny and totally unputdownable - Gemma Burgess

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Nicola Doherty

Nicola Doherty grew up in Monkstown, Co. Dublin and went to university in Dublin and Oxford. She worked in publishing as an editor for several years before writing her first book The Out of Office Girl, which was shortlisted for the RNA Romantic Novel of the Year Awards in the Romantic Comedy category. She has written two other novels for adults, If I Could Turn Back Time and Girls on Tour, and one young adult romance, Love and Other Man-Made Disasters. Nicola's books have been translated into Italian, French, German, Polish and Turkish. She lives in Highbury, north London, with her husband and no cats (yet).