Praise for the book
‘An emotionally intelligent, funny and sad look at the end of a long relationship, how difficult it is to adjust to life alone and how important it is to reconnect with friends and re-discover your identity…James is a great writer.’ (The Daily Mail.)
‘A heart-warming tale – thought-provoking and full of laughs.’ (The Sun.)
‘A “must read”.’ (Saturday magazine, The Daily Express.)
‘”Would Like to Meet” is one of those books that you just can’t help but fall in love with.’ (Blabbering Books.)
‘This is such a delightful book…I could not put it down.’ (Bookworms and Shutterbugs.)
‘I loved this book. Perfect for summer.’ (Novel Kicks.)
‘This book really had me giggling, so much so, I almost felt the need to purchase some Tena Lady!!! Polly is a great writer who has it just right. A really good read to guarantee the chuckle muscles a good workout. I give this book 10/10.’ (The Reading Shed.)
‘A light, funny and entertaining story with a great depth to it…a thoughtful and warm read, full of characters that it is easy to connect with…so true to life and I really enjoyed it.’ (On My Bookshelf – I Heart Chicklit.)
‘A witty, hugely relatable portrayal of the hell that is an unexpected middle-aged break-up… with a wonderfully moving premise at its heart.’ (Lorelei Mathias.)
‘It honestly didn’t take me long to fall in love with this book…’ (Well Read Pirate Queen book blog.)
‘Would Like to Meet is a story about a family/relationship break up but it is also a story of hope and a new beginning. Polly James’s writing style is captivating, witty and inspiring. I am recommending this book to everyone!’ (Sparkly Word book blog.)
About the book
Could the worst thing that’s ever happened to Hannah Pinkman also turn out to be one of the best?
She and her husband Dan have reached the end of the line. Bored with the same gripes, the same old arguments – in fact, bored with everything – they split up after a trivial row turns into something much more serious.
Now Hannah has to make a new life for herself, but that’s not easy. She’s been so busy being a wife and mum that she’s let all her other interests slip away, along with her friends. And when Hannah is persuaded to join a dating site, her ‘best match’ is the very last person she expects it to be . . .