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SUNNY is a refreshingly honest, hilarious and biting novel about love, family and mental health from actor, comedian and writer Sukh Ojla.

This actually is a love story, just not the one Sunny was looking for . . .

Sunny is the queen of living a double life. On the one hand, she’s thirty, flirty and thriving. But on the other, she’s just moved back in with her parents while all her friends are getting married, buying houses and having babies. To complicate matters further, she’s a secret serial dater, sneaking out of the house every night, leaving her parents with a trail of little white lies.

But one day, her two lives collide in her parents’ hallway as she’s trying to slip out the front door under the cover of darkness.

Only the truth will get her out of this one . . . But to Sunny’s horror, her mum isn’t as appalled as expected, and instead offers a strange deal. Sunny can keep going on dates, as long as Sunny’s mum gets to choose who she dates. What could be worse?!

After numerous cringeworthy, awkward and sometimes soul-destroying dates, Sunny has the chance to stop lying to her mum and start being honest . . . about everything.

SUNNY by Sukh Ojla is a relatable, hilarious, and life-affirming novel. It is biting and disarmingly honest, exploring family, love and mental health. Perfect for fans of Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams, Grown Ups by Marian Keyes and Olive by Emma Gannon.

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Reviews

Bracingly honest, funny and sharp . . . it took me back to reading Bridget Jones's Diary. Fast, irreverent, but relatable
Adele Parks, Platinum
If you've ever felt lonely, overlooked, unappreciated and just "wrong" this is the book for you. Sunny is LOVELY. Very funny, blisteringly honest, VERY sweet on mother-daughter dynamics and ultimately hopeful
Marian Keyes
Warm and laugh-out-loud funny with sharp observations on life. Sunny is the modern-day heroine we all want to know
Heat magazine
I was laughing from the very first page. Sunny is a big, bright novel that radiates energy and warmth just like the title. Sukh is such a fun and exciting new voice in fiction. Give a copy of this book to all your pals!
Emma Gannon, author of <i>Olive</i>
Much like the title, main character Sunny is a big and bright character bursting with humour
Cosmopolitan
A human story with a loveable protagonist you want to hug through the pages
Garavi Gujarat