A London-based comedy about an unlikely friendship.
Tiffy Moore needs a new place to live after a bad break up, and she wants it quick. But the apartment she has in mind according to her budget has her wondering if the moldy paint on the walls is actually an artistic statement. Leon Twomey needs money for his bills.
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She’s desperate enough to answer an ad for a flat share. Leon, a night shift worker, will take the house during the day, and Tiffany can have it nights and weekends. He’ll only ever come when she’s at work. They’ll never even have to see each other.
“With likable main characters, spot-on dialogue and a fun premise, there’s a lot for you to like in this sweet tale if you are a lover of classic rom-com movies.”
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Tiffy and Leon begin by exchanging notes about what day is trash day and politely establishing what leftovers are up for grabs, followed by the perennial question of whether the toilet seats should be up or down. They soon become friends even though they’re opposites. And then maybe even more.
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by The Book Guide® Editors4.5/5 Very good