A 2-book collection of hilarious and bestselling romantic novels, YOU HAD ME AT HELLO and HOW WE MET.
YOU HAD ME AT HELLO: What happens when the one that got away comes back? Find out in the #1 bestseller from Mhairi McFarlane.
Rachel and Ben. Ben and Rachel. It was them against the world. Until it all fell apart. It’s been a decade since they last spoke, but when Rachel bumps into Ben one rainy day, the years melt away. They’d been partners in crime and the best of friends. But life has moved on: Ben is married. Rachel is not. Yet in that split second, Rachel feels the old friendship return. And along with it, the broken heart she’s never been able to mend.
HOW WE MET: There are some people you can’t imagine life without.
Liv and her friends can’t imagine a life different from now: freedom, lifelong friendships, and dreams that are still within their reach. Then, Liv dies. For those left behind, everything stops. In the years that follow, the friends decide to meet on Liv’s birthday to raise a toast and celebrate her life, even though none of them are living their own – not really. As truths are unearthed and their friendships are tested to the limit, they have to ask themselves – is it time to get on with the business of actually living?
Praise for You Had Me at Hello: ‘Very very witty and funny. Left me in awe…a total gem.’ (Marian Keyes) ‘The funniest, most romantic book I've read since One Day.’ (Lisa Jewell) ‘I loved this book. It made me laugh and reminded me that anything's possible in love – and in everything else for that matter.’ (Minnie Driver) Praise for How We Met: ‘Katy Regan is a brilliant writer and this tale is another belter.’ – The Sun ‘A warm and touching account of loss and life.’ **** – Daily Express ‘Beautifully written, this tale absolutely fizzes with energy, has totally believable characters, convincing dialogue and is funny, moving and memorable.’ – Sunday Mirror
Katy Regan was Features Writer and Commissioning Editor of Marie Claire before leaving to concentrate on writing fiction in 2007. Whilst there, she wrote a column about her experience of having a baby with her best friend (who just remained a friend). This proved so successful it ran for two years and now, ten years on, people still remember it. And Then There Were Three… Sort Of