Blame it on the Onesie - a romantic comedy about work, water and wine.

Genre: Humour, Romance

For Fans Of

Sophie Kinsella or Bridget Jones' Diary. Lovers of quirky British romcoms.

Book Summary

27 year old Ella Taylor is having a tough time:
•Her mum’s recently died
•She’s been cheated out of a promotion at work
•Her new boss is a Barbie doll who models herself on Gwyneth Paltrow
•She’s living in a horrible bedsit
•The hot guy upstairs thinks she’s an idiot in a Kermit the Frog onesie

And now she’s inherited a run down cottage in a hick village with a bunch of conditions attached.

Definition (British): onesie
A loose-fitting one-piece leisure garment covering the torso, legs and arms, usually fashioned in fleece, often in the shape of an animal.


Amazon reviews:
5* Gripping comedy, with a great twist. Loved the people in the story. Couldn't put it down!
5* I loved Ella's mishaps in her Kermit the Frog onesie. Made me lol on several occasions. Was also cheering her on when she left her job in tremendous style.
5* Easy reading and great story
5* Excellent book leaves you wanting more, away to find more from this author, 5 stars just isn't enough I'd give 10 if I could
5* Well written, a decent plot and believable characters. I'd love to read more about Ella and a follow on would be fabulous

About the Author

CJ Morrow writes about everyday life as though viewed side on - she likes to catch the object which moves in the corner of your eye and disappears when you turn. She's fascinated by the ordinary man, or woman, who isn't quite what they seem. She likes to see the magic and mystery in every situation and relationship. Life intrigues her and she finds much of it funny.

When she doesn't like what's going on in the world, she writes another one.

Word weaver, lover of things curious, unseen and unexplainable, general wordy person. Always watching. And laughing - mostly at herself.

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