I've only read two books by Jane Green (Bookends and this one) and I can tell you, this one is definitely better!
Heroine Libby, 27 and single, always falling for the wrong men while busy working on her carreer as a PR, decides that she's ready for The One. Always have dreamt of a stylish life with lots of celibrity rich friends and a big house, she meets Nick who is on the dole and seems to be the complete opposit of what she is looking for. But they get along so well, and he's sexy, spontaneous and funny. They get together but both admit that they're not ready for a relationship and Libby is convinced that by all means, why couldn't she just have a fling with no strings attached. But the more time Libby spends with Nick, the more attracted she is to him. Until he finally sets and end to their sort of thing.
After weeks of lethargic hanging out in her flat and barely talking at work, Libby finally agrees to go out with her best friend and hit the clubs. There she meets Ed, who is absolutely mad about her, but is not really her type. But, despite the good advice of her friends, she meets him again and acutally starts to like him a bit. Coincidentally, Ed is one of the richest bachelors in England with a fantastic house and a Porsche. In spite of his tics Libby stays with him, because she thinks she's getting the life that she dreamt of.
But is she really in love with Ed? Or is it merely being in love with being loved? And what about Nick who still cares about her? Is Libby really going for Ed with the strange mustache who's treating her so good but also just like his trophy girlfriend, or will she eventually understand that there are more important things than money and glamorous social life style?
Well, I guess you have to find out!