From the Sunday Times bestselling author comes a warm, funny story of brilliant women, recycled exes and the power of best friends.
Catherine’s ex-husband and business partner drops a bombshell over their Chardonnay: he’s about to marry his twenty-three year old girlfriend. Catherine has bras that are older than his new fiancée, yet he’s about to install her in Catherine’s beloved matchmaking business.
Meanwhile, architect Rachel is battling romantic mistake, James, to win their firm’s biggest project. So when she joins Catherine’s website, RecycLove.com, where everyone recycles an ex for the chance of an upgrade, she knows just who she’s going to trade in.
And it’s time for homebody baker, Sarah, to stop worrying about everyone else for a change. She reluctantly joins RecycLove.com with Rachel, but as minor adjustments to improve her chances turn into a complete overhaul, will her newfound popularity be worth the sacrifices she’s making?
About the author
Born and raised in the US, Michele has lived in London for 16 years.You can find out more about Michele by following her on twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Goodreads, or by reading her blog or website. Do chat with her on twitter or facebook – she’s always looking for an excuse to procrastinate!
- ‘Fresh, funny and brilliant’Heat Magazine
- ‘A well-written comedy romp that will have you cheering on the likable heroines’Sunday Mirror
- ‘Well-written and an easy read’Daily Mail
- “Joining a dating agency with your ex could be a very good or a very bad idea! Fraught and fun, this is a wonderful rollercoaster of a read through the tangled love-lives of three best mates.”Tracy Bloom, bestselling author of No-One Ever Has Sex on a Tuesday
- “Michele’s writing is so engaging and witty, yet insightful and empathetic. And she can certainly pull off a twist!” Sophie Kinsella
- “’I love Michele’s books. A fun, sassy writer who always makes me smile.” Carole Matthews
- “Gorman’s writing is warm, witty and wonderful.” Matt Dunn
- “An undeniable sense of fun on every page.” Nick Spalding