I am delighted to share my review with you today for Just Haven’t Met You Yet by Sophie Cousens….Which is out now
New York Times bestselling author Sophie Cousens is back with her second quirky, romantic tale of love, fate and why a simple mistake could be the secret to finding true love
Tell me story of how you two met…
Hopeless romantic Laura has spent her career as a journalist telling other people’s unbelievable love stories. But when it comes to her own love life, it seems she keeps looking for ‘the one’ in all the wrong places.
That is until she picks up the wrong suitcase at the airport by mistake and finds inside contents that just might belong to the man of her dreams. From romantic piano sheet-music to a battered copy of her favourite book, Laura knows this is the sign she’s been waiting for.
And if her job has taught her anything, it’s that when it comes to love, you can’t let opportunity pass you by. And so Laura is determined to track down the mysterious suitcase owner and her own happy ending.
But fate, as always, might just have other ideas…
I absolutely adored this story. It is full of brilliant realistic characters Laura is awesome she is a hopeless romantic who is looking for ideal man and happy ending. When she picks up the wrong suitcase and we follow her on a journey to track the owner of the case down. Believing this is a sign!
Just Haven’t Meet You Yet is the perfect romantic comedy and would make a wonderful film. There are plenty of LOL moments as well as soon really heart warming and lifting scenes. I loved Laura from the start I must admit I am in awe with her and wanted Laura to find her happy ever after so much, that I couldn’t put this down.
She learns some lessons along the way on her trip to Jersey. The author has described it beautifully and I would love to go there after reading this.
This is a magical refreshing read, full of holiday fun Which I highly recommend giving it all the stars.
Sophie Cousens is a writer of romantic fiction based in Jersey, where Just Haven’t Met You Yet is set. Her previous novel published by Arrow, This Time Next Year, has reached huge success in the UK, having sold 150,000 copies across all formats in just six months. This Time Next Year has also achieved huge success in the US as a New York Times bestseller and Good Morning America Book Club pick.
Sophie previously worked in TV in London for over twelve years, producing The Graham Norton Show, Big Brother and Ant and Dec. Sophie has also previously published an eBook only romantic comedy novel How To Get Ahead In Television which was shortlisted for the 2015 Romantic Novelist Association Awards. She relocated from London to Jersey and balances her writing career with working for an arts charity, taking care of her two small children and enjoying small island life.