One girl, one city, one disaster waiting to happen
It’s all going to be fine.
There’s just one little problem for 26-year-old American Hannah when she lands in London with all her worldly possessions: She's up to her eyeballs in culture shock before her jet lag has even worn off. Plus, she's got no job, no friends and no idea how she's supposed to build the life she's dreaming of. Buying a one-way ticket might have been a little rash.
Armed with little more than her enthusiasm, she charges headlong into the city, baffling the locals in her pursuit of a new life, new love and sense of herself.
Fasten your seat belt for this hilarious tale of the pleasures and perils of being abroad, without having to buy the plane ticket!
“If you like your novels fun and sassy with a twist of the unexpected, you’ll devour Single in the City. 4 stars.” The Sun
“This is a hilarious book, full of romance and laugh-out-loud situations that no woman would want to be in.” Chick Lit Club
“If you love chick-lit then you need to read this book. Actually, scratch that… if you enjoy a well written book with a fun and uplifting plot that takes place in England, then you will love Single in the City.” Paperback Dolls
“Michele captures the experience with great humour, perfect for a relaxing weekend, or a fun in the sun read.” Hot Brands And Cool Places
“Single in the City is an easy read that keeps you enthralled…” Female First
Would you move 6,000 miles for the love of your life?
Hannah did. Unfortunately her plan isn't going terribly well. What was supposed to be a move to Hong Kong to start a wonderful new life with Sam is turning into a move to Hong Kong to spend occasional weekends with Sam, when he can get away from an unanticipated work assignment on the opposite side of the South China Sea. Now Hannah can't help but wonder if she's made the biggest mistake of her life.
“Fans of Sex in the City, the Shopaholic series, and Lindsay Kelk’s I Heart Series will appreciate Gorman’s novel and her easy to root for heroine and the hilarious situations she tends to find herself in.” Novel Escapes
“Light, funny, and thoroughly entertaining, Misfortune Cookie is a book that I can absolutely recommend. It was well-written and well-edited and it offered me a fascinating glimpse into what life in Hong Kong would be like for an outsider living there.” The Book Chick
“I had such a fun time reading Misfortune Cookie. It was great to catch up with Hannah again, and she is such a fun heroine.” Chick Lit Plus
“This book is both sweet and touching and a welcome addition to the chick lit genre. 4*” Bookshipper
What if his proposal had an expiration date?Hannah's in a bit of a pickle. In twelve days she flies from Hong Kong to the US with Sam, where he's finally going to meet her parents... and ask to marry her. The problem is, she feels panicky every time she contemplates matrimony. Which is perfectly normal, isn't it? Isn't it?! She has no idea but she's got to find out before he pops the question... because she's not 100% sure she's going to say yes. Which will make for a very uncomfortable family holiday. He's got to ask her before they go. So Operation Proposal begins.
As time ticks down to their flight, Hannah realizes that her own secrets are threatening their future. Before she can be happy with Sam, she's got a lot to learn about herself in the twelve days to Christmas.
“Great read! Light, fast, fun – and I adored the ending .” Chick Lit Plus
“This could be the ideal balm for someone recovering from a hard breakup and looking for an easy read to restore their faith in romance .” Best Chick Lit
“With some laugh-out-loud moments, and a great supporting cast of characters, this was the perfect end to the series .” Chick Lit Club
“A wonderful holiday novella that will you get you in the mood to find the person you love and tell them why you are glad they are the one by your side through the holiday season .” Kritter’s Ramblings
“A wonderfully delightful novella with a great cast of characters! ” Mrs Mommy Booknerd