Synopses & Reviews
That's the premise of the sparkling new romantic comedy from the author of the acclaimed international bestseller Ralph's Party -- an irresistible novel about best friends, turning thirty . . . and falling in love.
The critics raved about Lisa Jewell's bestselling debut novel, calling Ralph's Party addictively readable (The Times, London); like going to a great dinner party (The New York Post). thirtynothing brings together a charming quartet of modern men and women in pursuit of sex, love, friendship, and the perfect relationship.
On his thirtieth birthday, Dig Ryan bumps into his first love Delilah, whom he hasn't seen in twelve years. Delilah was the most beautiful girl in school and a constant thorn-in-the-side of Nadine, who has been Dig's best friend for the last fifteen years. Nadine isn't about to let Delilah outshine and outmaneuver her again . . . which is when she calls her first love, Phil . . . .
A buoyant novel about friendship, lust, growing up, and growing older, thirtynothing is sure to delight fans of Ralph's Party and to win this hip, thirtysomething author a wealth of new readers.
Nadine and Dig are 30, best friends, each with flats, cars and great jobs. But they are having trouble getting to grips with the real world and are just not "growing up". A chance meeting with Delilah inspires Nadine to unearth Phil from her past and soon their lives change beyond recognition.
High profile advertising campaign accompanies this second title from the author of "Ralph's Party". An upbeat modern story of romance lost and found in the thirty-something genre. There will be advertising in the London Underground and local and national press coverage.