When Rob's girlfriend asks him to leave London and live with her in Manchester not only will it mean moving cities and changing the only job he's ever had, it'll also mean leaving behind his best mate in the entire world. Believing that love conquers all and convinced of his ability to make new friends, Rob takes the plunge. Six months, and yet to find so much as a regular drinking buddy, Rob realises that sometimes making friends in your thirties can be the hardest thing to do. With drastic action needed, his girlfriend puts an ad in the classifieds for him, but after three excruciatingly embarrassing 'bloke dates' Rob begins to truly despair. Until his luck changes . . . There's just one problem. Apart from knowing less than nothing about music trivia, football, and the vital statistics of supermodels, Rob's new friend has one huge flaw . . . She's a girl.Next to the wardrobe, the bottom two drawers in the chest from the same IKEA range were half open and empty. ... Dimitri, were planning to sell their house, buy a new one in Bradford near her parents and then go travelling for a year; andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Brand New Friend|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-12-20|