Monday, 30 July 2012

Book Worm #4 All the Single Ladies by Jane Costello

I know that this is a bit of a turn up for the books (haha pun not intended), but I hadn't bought Vegas before I went on holiday. Therefore I thought it was about time that I got round to reading the newest book by one of my favourite authors - Jane Costello.

Have no fear, I will be returning to the I heart series straight away so if you are reading them along with me then keep ploughing through and I hope you're enjoying it as much as I am.

On this new note, Jane Costello has to be the best author I have ever stumbled across. The first book I read by her was Bridesmaids. I found it on a table in Waterstones and became instantly hooked. From then on it was a match made in heaven. I asked for her books for Christmas and ended up reading all four of them.

After much investigation I knew of her new book (this one right here) coming out around June time and waited the whole 6 months since January for it to come out. Naturally I was right on it when it did, but since my friend Becky got me hooked on the I heart novels I felt compelled to read them all before anything else.. and well.. you know the rest.

If you haven't read any of Jane's books then you really need to. They are effortless, easy reads and are the perfect girly splurge that I reckon any female can relate to. This one is no exception. It is all about fighting to get an ex back, and realising how hard it is to let go.

Sam has been in a relationship with Jamie for 6 years. They met on holiday and have been inseparable ever since. However Jamie has always been someone who doesn't like to make roots that are too deep anywhere he stays. When he suddenly announces to Sam that he's unhappy in his job and is thinking of moving to South America without her it hits her hard. Their relationship had been rocky for a while but she didn't expect anything like this to ever happen. He is the love of her life, and she instantly wants to come up with a plan to win him back before he jets off. Her only problem is that she doesn't know exactly how to do this. And she doesn't know what life has already got planned for her to make decisions even harder.

Without spoiling it for those of you who want to read it, it truly is enjoyable from beginning to end. There is brilliant humour which reminds me of the I heart novels and has made me realise that Sam and Angela aren't really that different. I know Cosmopolitan has said that if you like Sophie Kinsella then you will love Jane Costello but I think Lindsey Kelk should be added to that list as well.

I hope you will go and discover her books for yourself and enjoy them just as much as I have. I'm already counting down the days til the next book Jane... When is it coming? :)


  1. I don't think I've read anything by Jane Costello before, but seeing as I love both kinsella and kelk..I'll have to have a cheeky kindle download! Enjoy the rest of the I heart series, so good! x

    1. Definitely have a cheeky download. You won't be disappointed :) I'm really enjoying Vegas atm :) xxo

  2. Sounds like a fun read, I would like to check this out! I am in need of a new summer read!
    xoxo Bree
    The Urban Umbrella

    1. Go for it chick :) It's really really good. Would recommend any of her books. xxo

  3. Its so wierd, only last night I downloaded I heart London on the iPad, and then I discovered your blog this morning and saw the reviews! It must be fate! Really liking it so far! Love your blog too! xx

    1. Haha it must be. So glad your liking it. I'm loving Vegas at the moment. Aww thanks :) xxo


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