‘Crude, cleverly constructed and downright hilarious!’ —Closer Book of the Week
‘Lots of fun.’ —New!
‘This is a funny read about life and love and how difficult it is not only to meet the one, but then to try not to poison, alienate or otherwise distress them in a huge variety of ways...They're great characters and you'll be rooting for them from the off, not to mention howling with laughter in the process...It was obviously only a matter of time before someone snapped [Spalding] up and I'm very glad they did as I haven't giggled so much in ages. I sailed through it, only occasionally having to put it down to wipe the tears of mirth from my cheeks.' —Daily Mail
‘Absolutely hilarious. Seriously, I'd warn you not to read it in public as people will look at you strangely as you attempt to do that supressed belly laugh thing that makes you look demented. Anyone who's ever had a cringeful date that's ended in humiliation (that's pretty much all of us, then!) will heart this...Fabulous. Once I was 50 pages into this book I had to put it down until I could see through the tears of laughter streaming down my face. The tales of Jamie and Laura's dates are uncut, hilarious and scarily close to real life...“The Fajita Incident” will go down in history as one of the funniest scenes I have ever read...As well as being hilariously funny, Love...From Both Sides is also cute, warm and easily relatable.’ —Novelicious
‘The funniest book I have ever read in my life, ever...I can't WAIT to read the two sequels, Love...And Sleepless Nights and Love...Under Different Skies.’ —Chick Lit Reviews and News
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About the Author
Nick Spalding is an author who, try as he might, can't seem to write anything serious. He's worked in the communications industry his entire life, mainly in media and marketing. As talking rubbish for a living can get tiresome (for anyone other than a politician), he thought he'd have a crack at writing comedy fiction - with an agreeable level of success so far, it has to be said. Nick lives in the South of England with his fiancée. He is approaching his forties with the kind of dread usually associated with a trip to the gallows, suffers from the occasional bout of insomnia, and still thinks Batman is cool.