A contemporary twentysomething romantic comedy by bestselling author Manby reissued in fresh packaging for a wide new readership.
Have you ever shared a flat with your so-called friends? Do you remember with a shudder the squabbles over the itemised phone bill, the cleaning rota and whose turn it is to do the washing up?
If so, you'll sympathise with the three troubled occupants of No. 67 Artesia Road.
Fiona - who's been offered a glorious job in New York, but can't bear to leave Tim, her brilliant - but none-too-devoted - fiancé.
Kerry - who's fed up with spending Saturday night alone in front of the TV, fantasising about her devastatingly handsome - but unavailable - boss.
Linzi - who won't be tied down by anybody or anything.
They think they've got problems. But nothing can prepare them for the chaos which ensues when Linzi's latest boyfriend arrives on the scene. Gorgeous but feckless, Gaetano spells trouble with a capital 'T'. And soon events are spiralling out of everyone's control . . .
Praise for Chrissie Manby
'If you've ever shared a flat, been to a bad party or fallen in love with the wrong man, you'll find this book spot on' - Company
'Manby's hilarious novels still shine out' - OK!
A funny first novel . . . that's more realistic than Friends, cleaner than The Young Ones, and not as frightening as Shallow Grave — Daily Mail
She answers the prayers of all those suffering from post-This Life disorder — GQ
Very funny, hugely feel-good and the perfect antidote for anyone who worries that the only career ladder they've achieved is a run in their tights — Fiona Walker on LIZZIE JORDAN'S SECRET LIFE
Manby's hilarious novels still shine out — OK!