Oh So Funny, Sweet and Romantic, “In Case You Missed It” Hits All the Right Notes.
After failing to make it big in DC, Ros hightails it back home to London and her parent’s house. Little does she know that they’ve renovated the shed in their backyard just for her. How sweet it’s not!
Now that Ros is back, she reconnects with old friends, and thanks to a little phone blip that sent a mass text to “all contacts” in her phone with an “I’m back message,” she also reconnects with her ex-boyfriend Patrick who broke her heart. Sounds perfect right?
What Ros finally realizes however, is that sometimes you can’t rekindle what you had, you have to move forward. Luckily for her, she has her several old friends and someone kind of great waiting in the wings.
“In Case You Missed It” by Lindsey Kelk is a super sweet, funny, lighthearted rom-com that was exactly what I needed in these crazy stressful times.
Another sweet buddy read with Ms. Kaceey!
Thank you to Edelweiss, Harper Collins, and Lindsey Kelk for the arc.
Published on Goodreads on 1.23.21.
You can look back fondly on the past, but you must always be moving forward.
Ros returns home to the U.K. after putting in four long years in Washington DC. She’s positively thrilled and beyond anxious to slip back into her life with her best friends and parents. And oh yeah, maybe that short-sighted boyfriend that let her go just a bit too easily.
Small problem. Her loving, (not so) straight-laced parents don’t want her back in the house. It seems they have “rekindled” their intimacy. In the words of Ros “Ew!” What’s more, her friends have since moved onto new hangouts, careers, pregnancies. And the ex-boyfriend? Well…what is there to say about ex’s?🙄
This is a fine welcome home!
However, Ros decides she may not be ready to give up her past while everyone around her keeps moving forward.
A deliciously sweet, charming rom-com that has you rooting for Ros to find her place and maybe true love along the way.
This one has all the ingredients you could ever hope for! Kudos to Lindsey Kelk! I will definitely be looking for more of her books.
A buddy read with Susanne that we both really enjoyed!
Thank you to Edelweiss and HarperCollins for an ARC to read and review