Emily Hill

Bad Romance
  • Bad Romance

  • Tales from the happily never after

    At a wedding, one woman’s revenge comes in the shape of her heavily pregnant belly. As a career girl attempts to climb the ladder she slides down into ever more grotesque flatshares. A single woman who always attends parties alone realises that the truth might not always be the best answer. And one Londoner learns her most important lesson since moving to the city – never act friendly towards a stranger.

    Bad Romance is dark, hilarious and moving by turn as Emily Hill’s acid wit gives life to the women whose tales never normally make it into the storybooks.

Emily Hill is a dating columnist at Sunday Times’ Style. She has written for the Guardian, Spectator, Evening Standard and Mail on Sunday. She lives in London. This is her first book.

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