I received an ARC via NetGalley and the publishers, Harper Collins U.K., in exchange for an honest review.
One big coincidence.
Driving each other crazy is just the beginning…
Harriet Hatley is running away from everything.
Her boyfriend’s family.
A dream house-share seems like the perfect place to hide, but her unlikely housemate Cal is no stranger to running away himself. And he’s also hiding secrets of his own . . .
Can these two take a crazy risk, face the past and finally find a reason to stay?
I’m a big fan of Mhairi McFarlane (having read a fair few of her books: If I Never Met You , Don’t You Forget About Me and Last Night ) so I was made up when I received an E-ARC of her latest book, Mad About You.
The book follows Harriet Hatley before and after breaking up with her long-term boyfriend. Much like McFarlane’s previous protagonists, Harriet feels relatable and I loved her development and sense of humour (plus her fashion sense, too!).
Mad About You is, in a way, a love story. It’s a falling out of love story, it’s a finding new love story and finding love with yourself after trauma. McFarlane is an autobuy/read author for me and her latest book only reaffirmed this.
You can buy this book here.