I’ve got your Number
by Sophie Kinsella
Although prolific Shopaholic series queen Kinsella has released a more recent standalone tome – 2013’s Wedding Night, about a rushed marriage – this 2012 page-turner ticks all of our boxes for a first-rate, romantic comedy of errors. Poppy is engaged to Magnus and life looks rosy – until she loses both her heirloom engagement ring and phone at a hotel, that is. On her frantic search to retrieve them she stumbles across someone else’s abandoned mobile and decides to hold on to it – enter uptight businessman Sam, the real phone owner, and cue typical Kinsella-style misadventures as Poppy and Sam get embroiled in each other’s lives through texts and emails while juggling monster-in-laws, pre-wedding jitters and professional disasters. Rife with witty dialogue and the inevitable attraction of opposites, this charming read will keep Shopaholic fans and new readers hooked to the end to discover who turns out to be Poppy’s real Mr Right.