Meet Me In London by Georgia Toffolo


Absolutely fabulous, a perfect Christmas book
Victoria is a fashion designer who has come out of a bad relationship which led to her dreams of her own store being shattered. Ollie is the CEO of the family department store chain but his father is ill and he wants to make his parents happy but he needs a girlfriend or fiancée to make that happen so he makes a deal with Victoria to be his fake fiancée 
I loved Victoria as a character, she is strong despite things that have happened to her and she sticks to her dreams. She has always wanted to be a designer and she doesn’t give up hope that she will have her own store some day. She is a very determined character who has a brilliant set of friends who she knows will be there for her no matter what. I think we all have a bit of Victoria in us if I’m honest, she has hopes and dreams but also fear and anxiety about the future which resonates with me
I didn’t get Ollie for a while which made me struggle with him a bit more but once I saw that he would do anything to make his parents happy I felt closer to him. He became more human when he admitted his feelings to himself about his job and how much he isn’t sure he loves it anymore which felt very real and something I’m sure many people struggle 
Set in London but more around the Chelsea area this book highlighted parts of the city I didn’t have much experience with but which worked so perfectly with the story. There was also a community element to the story which made me hope that those ideas can be passed on and shared
I would recommend this book to those who enjoy a story with main characters who are strong and determined but also care so much about the things in their lives 
AM 🐾 x

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