Fantastic, funny, heart-warming sequel!

The Blurb…

Sarah’s topsy-turvy love life takes flight in book two of the ‘Someone’ series.  She’ll explore London, jet off to Hawaii, and head from her home town of Sydney to New Zealand – all in the name of love.

Each destination evokes something special, and each teaches Sarah more about herself.

You will meet some wonderful new characters and spend more time with some of your faves from book one, You Might Meet Someone.  Join Sarah as she makes the biggest and hardest decision of her life.

my review

Another fantastic book from Barker!

I started reading this straight after finishing book one because I had to know what happened.

This time we get to go along with Sarah whilst she tries to understand her feelings… she really in love with two very different men? We go through her honest discussions with her friends, holidays with both men (separately obviously!) and get to experience her anguish at having to make a decision between the two, the biggest decision of her life.

Like in the first book, one minute I was team Josh, next minute I was team James!  I honestly thought I would be team James until the end but that changed again!

I can’t write too much about this one as I don’t want to give it away but yet again there are some amazing characters who you just want to meet, some beautiful descriptions of some absolutely amazing places (where you feel jealous as you want to be there!) and moments that make you really feel for Sarah.

Again, another highly recommended book from me (make sure you read number one first!) and I literally can’t wait to read Barker’s next book which is due out soon!

If you haven’t already read it, you can find my review for book number one ‘You Might Meet Someone’ here.

You can buy ‘I Think I’ve Met Someone’ at Amazon UK or



As always, let me know what you think 🙂

Chelle x

Note: Thank you to Sandy for sending me a copy of her book in return for an honest review.  All views are my own and I am not affiliated to any links in this post in any way.


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