Don't You Forget About me
After a bad break up, doesn’t every girl want the same things?
You're the One
What if you found your soulmate...
When Lucy meets Nate aged 18, it is love at first sight. As far as she’s concerned, he’s The One. Caught up in the whirlwind of first love, they kiss under the Bridge of Sighs in Venice at sunset and – according to the legend – are tied together indefinitely.
But ten years later, they’ve almost forgotten about each other. That is, until fate starts to bring them together. Again. And again. And again. It doesn’t seem as wonderful as it had before, but if Nate’s not The One – then why on earth is it proving so hard to break up with him?
A funny and magical romantic comedy about what happens when every girl’s dream of finding her dream man comes very true indeed...
Do You Come Here Often?
What becomes of the broken-hearted?
You give love a bad name
More than a feeling?
A romantic comedy that looks at being single again, finding true love and how it can all get very, very complicated...
Who's That Girl?
If only you knew then what you know now…
Imagine you could go back ten years and meet your younger self – would you recognise her? And what advice would you give?
For Charlotte Merryweather, there’s no need to imagine. She’s about to find out for real. With some surprising consequences…
Me and Mr Darcy
Every girl is looking for their Mr Darcy...
After a string of disastrous relationships, Emily Albright has decided she’s had it with modern-day men.
Forget going out on dates, she’d rather curl up with Pride and Prejudice and step into a time where men were dashing, devoted and honourable, strode across fields in breeches, and weren’t into splitting the bill, two-timing and internet porn.
So when her best friend invites her to Mexico for a week of margaritas and men, Emily decides to book a guided tour of Jane Austen country instead. She knows she’s not going to find her dream man here. The coach tour is full of pensioners, apart from one Mr Spike Hargreaves, a foul-tempered journalist sent to write a piece on why Mr Darcy’s been voted the man most women would love to date.
But then she walks into a room and finds herself face-to-face with Darcy himself.
Be Careful What You Wish For
`I wish I could get a seat on the tube… I hadn’t eaten that entire bag of Maltesers… I could meet a man whose hobbies include washing up and monogamy…’
Heather Hamilton is always wishing for things. Not just big stuff - like world peace or for a date with Brad Pitt - but little, everyday wishes, made without thinking. With her luck, she knows they’ll never come true…
Until one day she buys some heather from a gypsy. Suddenly the bad hair days stop; a handsome American answers her ad for a housemate; and she starts seeing James - The Perfect Man - who sends her flowers, excels in the bedroom, and isn’t afraid to say `I love you’…
But are these wishes-come-true a blessing or a curse? And is there such a thing as too much foreplay?
Do You Come Here Often?
Mr Right… or Mr Alright For Now?
Set against the backdrop of a late-night radio show hosted by Dr Cupid who promises to sort out the love lives of his listeners, this is a romantic comedy that looks at what it’s like to be single again, about finding love, and how it can all get very, very complicated…
If she’s Juliet, then where the hell is Romeo?
Going La La
What do you when your boyfriend tells you he wants space?
Devastated, she packs her bags and flies to Los Angeles to stay with an old friend. Her goal? To sort out her life and get over Hugh. She does not, repeat not, go to LA to fall in love with an American photographer called Reilly and get married in Vegas.
But what happens when Hugh wants her back? Who will she choose? And is it true that whatever happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas…
What's New, Pussycat?
What do you do when your boyfriend of ten years proposes?
Delilah has made a big decision.
She's leaving Yorkshire, leaving her boyfriend Lennie, and taking her Tom Jones collection, her pet whippet, Fatso and herself to the bright lights of the big city.
A chance encounter with Charlie, a TV producer, takes her to Notting Hill where she meets Vivienne, an eccentric Trustafarian and her friend, Sam, the sweet café owner. Down-to-earth Delilah is just what London is waiting for and thrown into a whirl of parties, high fashion and blonde highlights, it’s not long before she finds new love and a new life.
The only question is: Can she find herself?