Sophie Kinsella has crafted yet another bestseller. I've Got Your Number is an insightful story about living in today’s technological world--and so engrossing that I stayed up into the wee hours of the morning reading to finish it.
Poppy Wyatt has just lost her engagement ring and is really rather in a tizzy about it, frantically running circles around the last place she saw it. In the middle of searching, she somehow gets her phone stolen. In this day and age, you simply cannot live without your phone; it
practically has your whole life on it. When she sees a discarded phone in the trash, she thinks it is meant to be hers--karma, right? But then she starts getting creepy voicemails and weird text messages from co-workers, college friends, and angry girlfriends.
She can't just ditch the phone and get a new one, since she has already given out this number to everybody who is helping her look for her ring.
What if she gets a call and she’s not there to answer it? No, the only right
thing to do in this situation is to keep it.
Sam Roxten cannot believe his ears when he hears an unfamiliar voice on the other end of his personal assistant’s phone telling him that she is keeping it, just for a few more days until she can find her missing engagement ring. Is she crazy? But when circumstances
bring them face to face for the first time after exchanging text messages back and forth, it seems like they've known each other forever. Technology can play tricks on your mind like that. When lost emails, strange text messages, and fake rings have them meeting again and again; feelings start to develop.
But Poppy is engaged, and she is under the impression that Sam is also. Can they both stifle this growing attraction between them before she gets married to another man?
I've Got Your Number is a laugh-out-loud, soul-stirring read. Poppy and Sam's technological connection sparks into a physical one,
and they may not be able to tame it in time for her wedding.