I’ve always been a fan of Sophie Kinsella reading all previous novels. With ‘I’ve Got Your Number’ it took me a few attempts to get into it. I kept having to chastise myself to get back to it as the story was almost a little too light and frothy upfront.
The story of Poppy who finds a phone in a bin and seeing as hers has just been stolen decides to use it. She realises it belongs to the PA of executive Sam and suddenly they find themselves thrown together through shared voicemails and emails.
It’s a typical Kinsella chicklit novel – you can spot the conclusion a mile off. It is clear from very early on. It is however a heartwarming story which improves as the book goes on and we learn more about Sam & Poppy. It isnt as strong as the shopaholic series but still a good read