Wonderfully likeable characters and a realistic plot. – The Sun on How to Get a (Love) Life

Full on funny, you’ll defo be LOLing. – The Sun on How to Find Your (First) Husband

The dates in How To Get a (Love) Life can be excruciatingly awkward, but they’re hilarious… a great read. – Hello magazine

5*! A brilliantly fun romp! – Heat Magazine on How to Stuff Up Christmas

Totally barmy, but utterly fab. – Heat Magazine on How to Find Your (First) Husband

Utterly hilarious moments that made me laugh out loud. Christmassy perfection. – Author Holly Martin

A very funny, very real portrayal of someone struggling with an extremely large rut… Nicola’s search for a date and, ultimately, for someone to love is ridiculously funny, sweet and had a proper ‘sigh out loud and hug my kindle end.’ I’m sad I’ve finished it. –

With crazy, laugh out loud dating disasters, How to Get a (Love) Life is a funny and warm read that will leave you smiling at the end. – Judging Covers

A fabulous début and one which will have you doubled over with tears streaming down your face. –

I loved everything in this story and I am already looking forward to Rosie’s next book – she’s climbing to the top of my favourite author list. – Agi On My Bookshelf

She has a real talent for creating lovable characters and her style of writing is so down-to-earth and brimming with humour. – Bookaholic Holly

How to Stuff Up Christmas is a book not to miss this Christmas, with great doses of laughter, cuteness, food and naked man orchids! It will entertain you greatly and will leave you feeling all festive and warm and gooey. – Alba in Bookland

I laughed out loud quite a few times and finished the book with a smile on my face. Wonderful read – Christmastime or not. – Maryline, M’s Bookshelf