Original title: I’ve got your Number (2012)
Poppy needs the phone she finds in a waste paper basket. So does the owner Sam. Poppy needs it if the hotel finds her engagement ring. Sam needs it because all his messages goes to that phone. Poppy really needs it. So they compromise. Poppy gets to keep the phone as long as she forward all Sam’s messages. She only has some problem with just forwarding them and not interfering…
I love the novels by Sophie Kinsella! (I am not very fond of the shopaholic-novels, though.) She is one of my favourite feel-good authors. There is this cosy feeling in them. A kind of feel-good novel that I love. I love Sophie Kinsella’s writing style. It contains a lot of humour and it is easy to read.
I found myself smiling to the book when I read it, and even laughing a few times – which does not happen often.
At first I thought of waiting until I’ve Got Your Number got released in Swedish, but after reading the synopsis I couldn’t wait. This is a novel that I am quite convinced that I am going to re-read. Maybe I will read it in Swedish next time.
I definitely recommend this novel. I also recommend Sophie Kinsella’s other novels Can You Keep a Secret?, The Undomestic Goddess, Remember Me? and Twenties Girl.