“Staying hopeful in romance…even with a dented heart.”

Nadia gets the 7.30 train every morning without fail. Well, except if she oversleeps or wakes up at her friend Emma’s after too much wine.

Daniel really does get the 7.30 train every morning, which is easy because he hasn’t been able to sleep properly since his dad died.

One morning, Nadia’s eye catches sight of a post in the daily paper:

To the cute girl with the coffee stains on her dress. I’m the guy who’s always standing near the doors… Drink sometime?

So begins a not-quite-romance of near-misses, true love, and the power of the written word.

This is the feel-good romance of 2019. It honestly is. It has just the right amounts of humour mixed with love mixed with real life drama and completely believable situations.

It reminded me of ‘One day in December’ and also ‘The Day we Meet Again’ and I usually hate it when people compare authors to others and say…’oh it’s the new..so and so…’ But in this case this book is its own and the author is individual and you’ll just love this if you liked those other books for the simple reason that it exists on hope. It also paints the beauty of London throughout – the magic and possibilities of a big city.

This book is Serendipity reborn.



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