*Starred Review* Kinsella, author of the popular Shopaholic series, offers a charming stand-alone tale about how modern technology changes lives. Poppy Wyatt is beside herself when she loses her engagement ring and her cell phone in quick succession. When she finds a cell phone in a trash can at the hotel where she lost the ring, she seizes it, giving out the number so that people can contact her if they find the ring. It proves to be a company phone that belonged to the now former assistant of businessman Sam Roxton, who is none too pleased that Poppy has claimed it as her own. He reluctantly agrees to let her keep it until the ring is found as long as Poppy is willing to send him any business e-mails that come to the phone. It’s not long before Poppy decides to answer several e-mails she thinks Sam is neglecting, while Sam points out a few issues in Poppy’s seemingly perfect engagement. Readers will know that Poppy and Sam are destined to be together, but getting there is a delightful and exciting ride. One of Kinsella’s best. --Kristine Huntley
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PRAISE FOR SOPHIE KINSELLA "[Kinsella] continues to tickle funny bones and touch hearts."--"USA Today, "on" Twenties Girl" "Hilarious . . . a breezy blend of romantic comedy and cautionary fairy tale.""--New York Post, "on" Remember Me?"" " "A fast, fun read that delves a little deeper."--"The Plain Dealer, "on" The Undomestic Goddess"