A wildly funny novel for the GIRLS generation, exploring life for young women in the city.
It’s not easy being a single girl in London, what with bad hair days, commitment-phobic men, and ‘healthy’ evenings that end up as late-night sessions at the pub. But although she doesn’t see it herself, Charlie’s got everything going for her. She’s bright, funny, on the fast track in her advertising job – and she has just gone blonde.
What’s more, Daniel the creative director can’t keep his hands off her. But Daniel’s a lot smoother than the path of love, and Charlie finds herself coping with a series of disasters, as backstabbing colleagues and best-friend crises threaten to come between them. . .