Tiffy Moore is desperate to find a new place to live – quickly – but with her budget, she really doesn’t have too many choices. So when a flatshare opportunity crops up, she jumps at the chance to move in. Leon, her flatmate, works at night and is away at weekends, so Tiffy will have the flat after work and on weekends. Leon and Tiffy have never met – once Leon’s girlfriend heard that a woman would potentially be moving in, she decides to handle all the details. Instead, they communicate through notes left around the flat, and soon become friends. Would it spoil everything if they actually met?
I loved loved loved this book! Ok, so the flatshare concept might be a little predictable, but in every other way, this book ticks all the boxes. It has an irresistibly feel good vibe, and characters that are very relatable. It’s a really sweet book, in a very nice way. The author has a new book coming out this summer and I can’t wait to read it!
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