‘Doesn’t every girl dream of getting… something from Tiffany’s? On 5th Avenue in New York City, two very different men are shopping for gifts for the women they love. Gary is buying his girlfriend Rachel a charm bracelet. Partly to thank her for paying for their holiday-of-a-lifetime to New York. But mainly because he’s left his shopping far too late. Whereas Ethan’s looking for something a little more special – an engagement ring for the first woman to have made him happy since he lost the love of his life. But when the two men’s shopping bags get confused, and Rachel somehow ends up with Ethan’s ring, the couples’ lives become intertwined.’
I loved this book. It kept you guessing with its endless twists and turns (I honestly didn’t predict what would happen at the end, which shows it’s not just one of your typical romance novels) and finished it in record time – it was very hard to put down. It takes a very skilled author to weave a complex plot that surprises the reader without bogging the book down with confusing twists and sub-plots. You find yourself genuinely rooting for Ethan – and Gary, by the end, which I didn’t see coming. I would have liked a bit more aesthetic details about the characters (although I can picture Terri perfectly) but all in all this is an utterly charming read – one that will have you checking the Tiffany ring website!
Many thanks to Hodder & Stoughton for the review copy.