‘Just Haven’t Met You Yet’ by Sophie Cousens

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Just Haven’t Met You Yet by bestselling author, Sophie Cousens, is for all of you hopeless romantics out there.


Creating a future out of a past. 

Laura is a lifestyle reporter…and a hopeless romantic. She’s off on a trip to the Channel Islands, which just so happens to be where her parents met and fell in love. Laura plans to write an article about their long relationship, and she wants to retrace their footsteps while immersing herself in the beautiful locale.  

But after an embarrassing airport encounter with a VERY handsome man, it’s clear that her trip is off to a rough start. Things only get worse when Laura realizes that she’s grabbed the wrong suitcase. As she explores the contents of the luggage to see if she can identify the owner, she becomes intrigued. It’s clear that the man that owns the suitcase just might be the man of her dreams. 

Despite the staggering odds against her, Laura sets out to find the man that she has become convinced is The One for her. She hires a grumpy cab driver to ferry her around as she tries to find the mystery man while simultaneously recreating her parents’ journey. To her astonishment, Laura discovers some things that may force her to reexamine everything she’s ever known about love, her family, and her own place in the world. Will there still be room in her life for romance?  

Sophie Cousens’ Just Haven’t Met You Yet is a heartwarming read that is perfect for anyone struggling to find their one true love! 

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Praise for Just Haven’t Met You Yet

“A delightfully romantic tale of one woman’s search for her happily ever after in the form of the owner of a swapped suitcase.” PopSugar 
Cousens’ last novel This Time Next Year was a New York Times bestseller. Her follow-up has the same sense of humor, wit, and curiosity as her previous one as she introduces us to Laura, who picks up the wrong bag at the airport on a vacation. Perhaps the fact that she has returned to the very place her parents fell in love might bode well for her prospects? As Laura writes about romance, fiction slowly becomes truth in this highly enjoyable, delectable tale. –GoodMorningAmerica.com 

“Cousens creates a world full of lovable characters who are all trying their best to be happy despite life’s many obstacles. Although all the characters are dealing with their own hardships, Cousens imbues the entire story with an uplifting sense of hope…The Jersey setting creates a cozy, wind-swept background to the deliciously slow-burn romance. A warm, witty, and absolutely charming seaside holiday that’s perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella.” –Kirkus Reviews (starred review) 

Sweet [and] funny…It’s just the story to offer a little romantic escapism during the holiday season. CNN 

“Appealing…Humor and poignancy keep the pages turning. Fans of Sophie Kinsella and Josie Silver will find plenty to enjoy.” Publishers Weekly 

“A perfectly charming escape. I laughed, I teared up, and I smiled my way through. Just Haven’t Met You Yet hits all the right notes for a great romantic comedy.” –Helen Hoang, author of The Kiss Quotient 

If you liked Just Haven’t Met You Yet, you may also enjoy other titles by Sophie Cousens.








About Sophie Cousens

Instagram: @sophie_cousens
Sophie Cousens worked as a TV producer in London for more than twelve years. She now lives with her family on the island of Jersey, one of the Channel Islands, located off the north coast of France. Cousens balances her writing career with taking care of her two small children and longs for the day when she might have a dachshund and a writing shed of her own. She is the author of This Time Next Year and Just Haven’t Met You Yet



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