The Best Thing I Never Had ‘Funny and Addictive!’ Fabulous Magazine (Sun)
Funny, sad and honest, if you loved David Nicholls’ One Day and The Note this is the book for you.
‘So much more than a love story, more of a life story.’
Five years ago at university they had been seven friends that laughed hard and loved harder.
Nicky and Miles were the couple that were always meant to be … Leigha and Adam, not so much.
So when Adam and Harriet grew close during endless days in the library, they did the one thing that changed everything – they kept a secret. And when it came out, it all fell apart.
When the day comes for bridesmaids to be chosen and best men to fulfil drunken promises, Nicky and Miles’ wedding isn’t just a wedding, it’s a reunion – loaded with past hurts, past regrets, past loves….
What readers are saying about The Best Thing I Never Had:
'One of the most engaging books I've read this year. I loved it' – Books with Bunny
'A superb debut about complicated ties, betrayal and lies, and one of my favourite books of the year' – ChickLit Club
'Friendships, trust, lies, deceit, love and so much more – a real page-turner for me' – Cosmochicklitan
‘Funny and Addictive… If this is Erin Lawless' first book, I can't wait to read her next one!’ – Fabulous Magazine (The Sun)
‘Friendships, trust, lies, deceit, love and so much more – a real page-turner for me!!’ – Cosmochicklitan
‘A superb debut about complicated ties, betrayal and lies, and one of my favourite books of the year.’ – ChickLit Club
‘The Best Thing I Never Had was mind-blowingly good and everyone should read it’ – ChickLitReviews
‘One of the most engaging books I’ve read this year. I loved it’ – Books with Bunny
‘This book was so incredibly amazingly awesome that I want to shout it from the hilltops and make ALL my friends buy it this instant!!’ – The Chiq Blog
About the author
I live a happy life full of wonderful friends, in love with a man who buys me books instead of flowers. To mix things up a little, I write books where friends and lovers hit obstacles and (usually) overcome them. When I’m not doing that I read absolutely everything I can get my hands on, spend an inordinate amount of time in pyjamas and run a fun-but-informative blog on British history.