'Andrea Semple's book about an agony aunt's agony will make you laugh, cry and make you want to call up your friends and tell them how much you love them. Refreshingly original.' - Faith Bleasdale
Hi. My name's Faith and I'm living the London dream. I work in a fabulous PR company, have tons of thin, glamorous friends (not quite as glamorous as I am, obv) and especially I have the perfect, handsome boyfriend. He never wants to watch the football. He never gets drunk. And he always prefers a quiet night in to going out with his mates. The only problem is that, well, he doesn't exist. I made him up, just like I made up my perfect life and my perfect job. It's what I do, you see, I'm a make-up girl in Keats cosmetics. I have a scary mother and one thing just led to another - it was easier not to tell her the depressing truth. The thing is, I also have a sister and she's just got engaged...
Hi. My name's Faith and I have less than two months to solve my boyfriend's non-existence problem in time for my sister's wedding. Wish me luck.
About the Author
Andrea Semple's writing has appeared in the Guardian and Independent and numerous magazines, and lives in Leeds with her boyfriend, fellow author Matt Haig. She is also the author of The Ex-Factor and The Make-Up Girl.
Number Of Pages: 336
Published: 25th March 2014
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.6 x 2.7
Weight (kg): 0.37
Edition Number: 1