Step into someone else’s shoes for a day... And it will change you for a lifetime.
Cat is very good at her job. She runs a PR company with her best friend (and secret crush) Jesse, and is never happier than when her high-profile celebrities are glittering in the spotlight.
But when her footballer client gets in the press for all the wrong reasons, Cat’s career takes a sudden nosedive. So when her brother Andrew unexpectedly needs her to look after his kids for a few weeks, she can hardly say no. She’s happily single, hasn’t exactly been the ‘World’s Best Auntie’ over the years, and what she knows about looking after children would fit on the back of a postage stamp. But it’s only temporary until she gets her real life back on track – isn’t it?
From the bestselling author of Not Quite Perfect comes a hilarious story that will have you wondering just how perfect your life is!What reviewers are saying about Life or Something Like It
‘This book has it all, it's cheerful, it's warm, it's special, it's loving, it's touching and it's sweet, a fantastic combination that works really well.’ – Librarian Lavender
‘If you’re looking for a gorgeous read that will give you warm, fuzzy feelings aplenty then Life or Something Like It is definitely a read for you...’ – Bookaholic Confessions
‘I cannot recommend this book enough for something light, yet thought provoking, definitely one to get the conversations going, though also one to make you smile.’ – Brymaycock’s Book Blog
‘I highly recommend this read for some laughs... but also for a whole lot more of emotions!’ – Alba in Bookland
‘I can’t help but gush about this book. This is one of the best novels I have read so far this summer... I definitely did not want to put it down and I don’t think you will want to either.’ – Good Book and a Cup of Tea
‘...just the perfect tonic I needed to enable me to forget about my own life for a few hours and enjoy this entertaining tale from Annie Lyons.’ – Shaz’s Book Blog
‘Life Or Something Like It was light hearted and witty, I often found myself laughing out loud’ – Lozza’s Book Corner
After leaving university, ANNIE LYONS worked as a bookseller on Charing Cross Road followed by an eleven-year career in publishing. Following redundancy in 2009 she started to write and produced ‘Not Quite Perfect’. She now loves writing as much as coffee, not as much as her children and a bit more than gardening. She lives in a house in London with her husband and two children. One day she hopes to own a chocolate-brown Labrador named John and have tea with Mary Berry.