Poppy Wyatt has never felt luckier: She is about to marry her ideal man. But in one afternoon, everything begins to fall apart. Not only has she lost her engagement ring in a hotel fire drill, but in the panic that follows, her phone is stolen. As Poppy juggles wedding preparations and mysterious phone calls, she soon realizes that she is in for the biggest surprise of her life.
©2012 Sophie Kinsella (P)2012 W F Howes Ltd
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"A great lighthearted funny read"
As always Sophie Kinsella writes a very amusing and plausible story, we all know someone just like Poppy and for that matter Jim.
There are of course lots of laugh out loud moments, the inevitable difficult romance.
This is a great lighthearted read that you won't be able to put down.
I loved this book, the story is brilliant and keeps you hooked right through the end. There's a few good twists and some moments you kick yourself for not working it out sooner! The narrator is excellent, she does such brilliant voices you sometimes forget it's just her narrating.
"Laugh out loud romance"
I’ve Got Your Number is a very modern way of a ‘Boy meets Girl’ romance. This is the story of what happens when Poppy Wyatt discovers the phone belonging to the PA of Sam Roxton and starts to delve into the emails and text messages and often responding to them in ‘Poppy’ style.
This is very funny and endearing and towards the end I could not stop reading because I just had to know what Poppy was going to do next.
This is written in the very typical style that many readers love about Ms. Kinsella and with the vibrant, loveable characters this book is not difficult to like from the outset.
Really enjoyed it and would recommend to anyone who wants to have a few laugh out loud moments with a little bit of romance.
The narrator also made this book even more dynamic with her different accents and made this a really enjoyable listen.
This book had me laughing and almost crying at times. The main character was in line with Sophie Kinsellas normal female leads and the ups and downs in this book were quite predictable but still good to listen too.
As usual couldnt stop listening to this, in the bath, on the train in the car!!
Well read to with a lovely clear easy to understand voice.
I have enjoined all previous Kinsella's novels, usually a funny and light reading. This last one has been a complete put off. The story was poor (I work as a PA and all the story about sharing a mobile is surreal: they would have cut your line off! And who'd drop a mobile on a bin?) as well as the main characters'... I thought that "Death comes to Pemberly" was the worst 2012 book... but this one...
This was very enjoyable to listen to while working and had me laughing out loud as well as shaking my head over Poppy's actions and thought processes. Very fast paced and well narrated.
"Quite a nice listen"
I love listening to Sophie's books, they quite often make me laugh on long journies. This book as pretty good, a tad unbelievable at times but still fun anyway. Quite romantic too! Worth a listen.
This book was nothing but twaddle! And the narrater drove me mad. The whole story is ridiculous!
I loved this book, it had me laughing out loud while walking through town resulting is some strange looks but who cares. Brilliant from start to finish and well narrated too. Keep them coming.
"Perfectly silly - and great fun"
This is escapist fun with the lot - humour, romance and a pretty far fetched plot with enough twists and turns to keep you listening. The central female character Poppy is in the process of organising her wedding when a chance find brings the tall, dark and handsome Sam into her life. What follows is a comedy of relationships, misunderstandings, in-laws and some corporate hijinx for good measure. It is nicely performed by the narrator who has the perfect voice and tone for all the characters. Is is ground breaking literature? Of course not - but why would we want it to be? Perhaps it is best summed up in three letters - LOL.
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