1990. Please write and tell me why you should live here.
Toby Dobbs received a big Victorian house with too many bedrooms to count as a wedding present from his father, but his marriage is over within a month. Very alone, and very lonely, Toby posts an advertisement seeking the "Unexpectedly Alone" to become his roommates. Fifteen years later the wayward souls he takes in are still living with him, with no intention of leaving.
2004. Please tell me how I can convince you to move out.
Toby Dobbs has met Leah Pilgrim from across the road, and they're falling in love. But before they can begin a new life together, Toby and Leah must help Toby's house of sweet slackers and lovelorn misfits grow up, solve their problems, and set themselves free. But can their new relationship survive the test?
About the Author
Lisa Jewell was born and raised in north London, where she lives with her husband and two daughters. She is the "New York Times, Wall Street Journal, "and "USA TODAY" bestselling author of twelve novels, including "The House We Grew Up In "and" The Third Wife. "To find out more, visit Facebook.com/LisaJewellOfficial, or follow her on Twitter @LisaJewellUK.