Audiobook, Romantic Comedy

I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella ★★★★★

Poppy Wyatt was having tea with some friends at a hotel, celebrating her upcoming nuptials, when the fire alarm went off (fire drill). When it was over, her engagement ring was missing and her phone snatched. She finds a phone in the trash can and it becomes her lifeline to the hotel finding her ring. The problem was that the phone belonged to the now absent personal assistant of businessman Sam Roxton and he wants it back. In the meantime, Poppy figures finders, keepers and she’s not ready to let this phone go.

What happens next is the most hilarious romp as Poppy tries to hide the fact her ring is missing, one that is her fiancé’s family heirloom, and to help navigate messages received for Sam on her “new” phone. Her attempts to humanize him in his communication with his subordinates and third parties just wreaked havoc in his life. She is well meaning and clever but was pretty naive in her meddling. This made for many laugh out loud moments. Poppy’s preparations for her own wedding add further complications, especially the tenuous relationship with Magnus’ (fiancé) parents and the wedding planner from hell. There is a serious side, though, as her relationship gets tested and Poppy has to deal with some disappointments about Magnus.

I listened to the audiobook and the narrator was fantastic, one of the best I’ve ever heard. She brought the story and characters to life in a way that I don’t think I could have by simply reading it in printed form. I highly recommend this format because it was a wonderful reading experience, making this one of my most favorite reads this year.


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10 thoughts on “I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella ★★★★★”

  1. A friend of mine lend me her copy of this book and I absolutely loved them, it was years ago. And since I am making a list of audiobooks to add in my tbr I think I’d take your recommendation with this!

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  2. Lovely review, Jonetta! It’s funny you read this recently because I just found out last night that she has a new book coming out soon! I cannot wait! Did you read her last one by chance? Surprise Me? It was terrific and a little different than her usual. Still silly and fun but with some depth. Great to know about the audio on this one! Happy Sunday!

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  3. Sophie Kinsella writes the funniest books. They leave the embarrassing idiosyncrasies hanging out there. I haven’t tried one on audio; this sounds like one to get. Anne – Books of My Heart

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