'Very clever and great fun' Kate Eberlen, author of Miss You
Wouldn't it be great, if everyone had a team of smart machines to handle all the messy emotional stuff...
The last text Daisy Parsloe received was from her smart fridge about some mouldy potato salad.
She's not doing well at work, her love life is haphazard at best and her elderly mother seems to be losing her mind. And now, apparently even the appliances are judging her life choices.
What Daisy doesn't know is that the appliances are also plotting. They've joined together, across the internet of things, to nudge Daisy in the right direction. But it isn't long before their well-meaning interference starts to get noticed and the race is on to find Daisy's Mr Right before the plugs are pulled.
Daisy is about to find out that sometimes, help comes from the most unlikely places.
A joyful, funny and adorable story for fans of A Man Called Ove and The Rosie Project.
Praise for P. Z. Reizin:
'Funny, quirky, unexpected' Jojo Moyes
'Hilarious and exceedingly relatable' Carrie Hope Fletcher
'So funny, clever and timely' Martha Kearney
'Touching and hilarious' Sunday Mirror
'Fun, romantic, original, with a clever twist' Woman and Home
'An impish AI rom-com that skewers the data economy and the corporate erosion of private space' Mail on Sunday