The Lock In: The laugh-out-loud story of friends, flatmates and long-lost flings
Do you fondly remember messaging your crush on MSN after school?
Miss those shoes that never recovered from the sticky floors of your hometown nightclub?
And can't stand your spare-room housemate after lockdown?!
Then escape with this year's most feel-good read!
'THE YEAR'S MOST ORIGINAL ROMCOM' ELLE
'David Nicholls for millennials' i
'Made me smile, laugh, cringe and inwardly cheer' 5***** READER REVIEW
'Found myself wincing and laughing with familiarity' EMMA GANNON
'Hilarious' Evening Standard, 'Best New Books in 2021'
'Funny and compelling from page one!' LUCY VINE
Ellen and Alexa have survived hangovers, dodgy landlords and most of their twenties together.
But can they survive this?
While nursing The Hangover from Hell, a flooded kitchen leads best friends Ellen and Alexa, and hapless housemate Jack, into their attic to turn off the water supply.
But when Ben - Alexa's date from the night before - walks in, the door slams, the handle breaks and all four are trapped.
Cue the Worst Ever morning-after-the-night-before.
As the hours tick by, Ellen nurses her sore head and watches as her best friend falls for this handsome stranger.
Only for a horrifying realization to hit. She is sure she knows Ben from somewhere.
Frantically searching her memories, Ellen pieces together exactly how they've met before.
Is Ben really who she thinks he is?
And, most importantly, what on earth is she going to do about it . . .
This is a hilarious story of housemates and hangovers and friendship and dating as four twenty-somethings discover what The Worst morning-after-the-night-before really looks like . . .
Fans of Beth O'Leary, Mhairi McFarlane and Dolly Alderton will LOVE this oh-so relatable tale of what can happen behind locked doors
AS SEEN IN GRAZIA
'The Lock In is a dream read: an immaculately plotted romcom which vividly captures both late teenagehood and twentysomething houseshares' i
'I LOVED this book . . . I highly recommend The Lock In' CARRIE HOPE FLETCHER
'Beautifully written, warm and fun with a dose of early noughties nostalgia' Laura Kay, author of The Split
'I cannot recommend this book enough!' 5***** READER REVIEW
'A funny, joyful hug of a book! A nostalgic, pitch perfect ode to the awkwardness and hilarity of yearning teenage years and house sharing in your twenties' Cressida McLaughlin
'Immensely readable, witty and well-crafted . . . a very millennial tale of love, loneliness and friendship' i
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