Review: I’ve Got Your Number

I’ve Got Your Number
Sophie Kinsella
2012
The Dial Press
978-0-385-34206-3

Poppy Wyatt is engaged to the perfect man, and life couldn’t be better. That is, until she loses her family-heirloom engagement ring and her cell phone is stolen. As luck would have it, she finds an abandoned cell phone in a trash bin, giving her a contact number in case the ring turns up. Sam Roxton, whose company owns the phone, reluctantly agrees to let Poppy keep it for a few days. But Sam gets more than he bargained for when Poppy starts reading his text messages and e-mails and interfering with his life. But when a crisis hits at the office, Poppy may be the key to averting disaster.

If you like Sophie Kinsella’s other books, you are bound to enjoy this one, since it follows the same formula she uses for all of her novels: flighty heroine finds herself in a ridiculous situation that places her in the path of a successful businessman, commits a series of cringe-worthy gaffes, but somehow manages to save the day and get the guy. This book was pretty predictable but it does deliver some laughs. Recommended for anyone looking for a light romance.

 

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