I've Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

Poppy Wyatt is on cloud nine and has never felt luckier. She is about to marry her dream guy, Magnus Tavish, and life looks perfect. That is until she loses the one thing she shouldn't have - her engagement ring, which also happens to be a Tavish family heirloom. As if her day can't get any worse, Poppy's cell phone gets stolen. Lost without her phone, she happens to find a discarded one in a trash bin. Desperate, Poppy picks it up and soon finds out that it is in fact a company phone owned by the PA of Sam Roxton, who wants the phone back.

Poppy, who has given this number to every employee of the hotel where her ring went missing, convinces Sam to let her hold onto the phone for a few days, but only after promising to forward all of the emails and messages on the phone. Poppy and Sam can't help but to meddle in each other's lives as they share an inbox and an unpredictable series of events will lead to an outcome that neither one could have predicted.

I loved this book and have probably found a new favorite author. I loved the characters and found myself laughing out loud several times throughout the book. Poppy is a great character and some of the situations she finds herself in and misinterpretations were hilarious. This story will appeal to any hopeless romantic and it's a very quick and enjoyable read (good romantic comedy film too). I wouldn't be surprised if I find myself picking it up again in the future.

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