Pan (short for Pansy) and Gemma are two young women trying to get ahead in life. But that's where the similarities end. Because, while estate agent, Gemma is industrious, creative and kind-hearted, receptionist, Pan is immature, materialistic and a light-weight. I couldn't like Pan at all, even when she started to grow up a bit. Gemma hopes that one day she will have a home and children with someone to love, who loves her. Pan wants lots of money to cover her atrocious debts, a man who will enable her to go on the spending sprees she has come to rely on, and she doesn't mind if he is someone else's husband or old enough to be her grandfather. A British-based romantic comedy, but not always chuckle-worthy.
I loved this book, it had a great story with realistic characters and torturous relationships. A twist at the end, always something you kind of wonder about but can't see happening, pulls it together nicely.
I couldn't put this down and genuinely didn't know what was going to happen next at times. Characters are really well written and I wanted happy endings for nearly all of them. Write another one please Silvia!