If I Never Met You

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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
William Morrow & Company
Publish Date
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.2 X 8.0 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780062958501

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About the Author

Sunday Times bestselling author Mhairi McFarlane was born in Scotland and her unnecessarily confusing name is pronounced Vah-Ree. After some efforts at journalism, she started writing novels and her first book, You Had Me At Hello, was an instant success. She's now written seven books and she lives in Nottingham with a man and a cat.

Reviews

"Mhairi McFarlane's voice is as clear as a bell--she makes you laugh, but she also makes you feel. I adore her!"--Sally Thorne, USA Today bestselling author of The Hating Game and 99 Percent Mine
"McFarlane's gift is writing romantic comedy that depicts a recognizable world... without dimming the luster of shining moments of humor, love, and connection... a very funny, very romantic story with deep emotional impact."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"McFarlane brings a welcome dose of reality to the fake office romance trope with flawed, honest, but still endearing protagonists... McFarlane's arch humor and earnest characters make this familiar plot feel fresh, fun, and genuinely moving. This is a delightful rom-com full of sass, sparkle, and heart. "--Publishers Weekly
"Readers who swarm to contemporary romance authors like Christina Lauren and Tessa Bailey... will enjoy this title."--Booklist
"Readers will certainly fall for Laurie and Jamie's shenanigans in McFarlane's latest."--Library Journal
"McFarlane has a charming voice, one distinctly British in its wry humor, whimsical turn of phrase, and vibrant sense of setting... the novel itself is a dizzy delight, bursting with rom-com tropes... If I Never Met You is quippy and warm, an escape in almost every sense of the word, and McFarlane's irresistible voice that balances pathos and humor in equal measure, leaves us wanting more."--Entertainment Weekly