By Sophie Kinsella
I’ve misplaced it. the one factor on this planet I wasn’t imagined to lose. My engagement ring. It’s been in Magnus’s relatives for 3 generations. And now the exact same day his mom and dad are coming, I’ve misplaced it. the exact same day! don't hyperventilate, Poppy. remain optimistic !!
Poppy Wyatt hasn't ever felt luckier. She is ready to marry her perfect guy, Magnus Tavish, yet in a single afternoon her “happily ever after” starts to crumble. not just has she misplaced her engagement ring in a inn hearth drill yet within the panic that follows, her telephone is stolen. As she paces shakily round the foyer, she spots an deserted cellphone in a trash can. Finders keepers! Now she will go away a host for the lodge to touch her after they locate her ring. Perfect!
good, excellent other than that the phone’s proprietor, businessman Sam Roxton, doesn’t agree. He desires his mobile again and doesn’t savor Poppy analyzing his messages and wading into his own life.
What ensues is a hilarious and unpredictable flip of occasions as Poppy and Sam more and more upend each one other’s lives via emails and textual content messages. As Poppy juggles marriage ceremony arrangements, mysterious mobile calls, and hiding her left hand from Magnus and his mom and dad . . . she quickly realizes that she is in for the most important shock of her lifestyles.
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