Emma has everything she’s ever wanted. Her boyfriend’s just proposed and her career has finally taken off. And so what if her latest client just happens to be downright gorgeous? She’s getting married. Isn’t she?
Rachel’s married with 2.4 children (well, actually, 3) and life is all about trying to leave the house in a non-stained top. Once it was about skinny cappuccinos, cocktails and dynamic ad agency meetings. She wants her old life back, but can it ever be the same?
A gripping and laugh out loud story of two sisters and how often you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.What readers are saying about Not Quite Perfect
'A humorous, lighthearted read' – Fiona's Book Reviews
'A great holiday read!' – Jill Steeples, author of Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
'Not Quite Perfect is such a page turner... I couldn’t put this book down and found myself crying with both laughter and sadness at this touching and thought-provoking story.' – Bookaholic Confessions
'Not Quite Perfect is a mixture of heart warming situations and light comedy. I found myself having a giggle and thinking ‘that’s so like my family’, on several occasions and that was nice and refreshing. Also, I will admit that I even cried in a few places because it pulled on my heart strings so much.' – A Book and a Tea
'The writing is bubbly and vivid and very entertaining. It’s a story about trying to find out what is important in life and also that live can’t be perfect all the time.' – Sky'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.