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Evie Hornton, the London barrister known for her unzipped one liners & Manolo Blahniks has decided to follow her gorgeous but mysterious private detective boyfriend Rory, to LA in the third book of the Meet Me At The Bar series.
After a business class flight, Evie finds herself ensconced in the opulent celeb-packed Chateau Marmont – legendary hotel to the stars of screen and rock ‘n’ roll. She has to keep pinching herself that Rory the gorgeous man for whom she’s traded the Circle Line and criminal court is actually real.
Putting her career on hold seemed like a really good idea at the time….but Evie is finding that coupledom is not nearly so simple as all those couples at dinner parties had make it look.
Things get further complicated when her ex boyfriend Giles turns up to win her back and comes face to face with Rory’s own hitherto unmentioned ex.
But its hard to focus on real life issues when David Bowie is passing you the phone while you're floating in a tyre ring in the Chateau Marmont pool surrounded by real life celebrities.
As the puzzle pieces of her life somehow manage to form a picture, Evie realises she has landed the lead role as the “other” woman in another woman’s relationship.
The sparkle of tinsel town soon makes “a nice little murder “ at the Old Baily seem like a comforting drink of warm cocoa.
“In this supernova of superficiality it’s hard for a girl to keep her six-inch Louboutins on the ground. A fast-paced, laugh-out-loud mis-matched romance – the Hollywood finale to the Meet Me At The Bar series by Tyne O’Connell.” The Independent UK
“Tyne O’Connell delivers some superbly sassy one-liners in this hilarious romp through the art world. Definitely a book for the modern girl.” CHAT Magazine UK
“Bridget Jones on speed” The Guardian UK
“Hilarious and full of cracking one-liners” BookChitChats
“Brings to mind Kathy Lette and Jilly Cooper” Mail on Sunday UK
“Lightening-fast comic twists.” Elle
“Ab Fab meets Sex In The City!” The Telegraph UK
“Makes This Life look tame by comparison.” Independent on Sunday
“A spirited page turner that is high on humour.” Company
“Full of high octane court room drama, lashings of comedy and crackling with un-zipped one liners.” BookChitChats
“Readers will no doubt enjoy this glimpse into sophisticated London nightlife.” American Library Association
“O’Connell’s debut is a delightful, lighthearted romp around Hollywood and the world of reality television.” – Booklist on The Sex Was Great But. . .
“A right Royal read.” The Mayfair Time
“….Verdict: Funny exposé of It-girlschool life.” - Elle Girl UK
“A right royal read!” - Cosmo Girl UK
“Bridget Jones for the early teen set.” - Washington Post USA
“Budding Anglophiles ….will soak up the flood of upper-class British culture in this book” – WASHINGTON COUNTY COOPERATIVE LIBRARY SERVICES
“Outrageously funny and a serious contender for the teen chick-lit throne.” – Claudia Mody, THE BOOKSELLER
“It is sure to have fans of the previous novels rolling on the floor laughing their royal crowns off.” SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, USA
“A tale of celebrity, catastrophe & ‘The Rules’ – Manhattan Style.”- Publishing News
“Wickedly Funny” – Publishing News
“Frothy and fast-paced” Publishers Weekly