Book Review: You, Me and Other Things


A witty, coming-of-age, romantic comedy about friendship, unrequited love and betrayal.

Declan’s a tad annoyed; not only has the love of his life run off with ‘Superman’ but she’s also unwittingly caused his current hostage status.

‘You, Me and Other Stuff,’ is about Sarah Quinn and Declan Murphy and the other stuff that gets in the way of their relationship. Mostly the fact that Sarah is engaged to another man and Declan is being held as a prisoner. Both of which would be huge obstacles in any normal relationship.

Find out what Sarah did to cause this unusual situation.

Can Declan overcome his hatred for Sarah and can Sarah overcome her doubts to end up with the right man?


Look at the cover. It’s dark, vibrant and colourful all at the same time. 

This is the story of Sarah and Declan who do not realise they are meant for each other. 

Warm, light romantic comedy read. 

Loved it from the beginning. 

Through love and hate, empathy and hurt moments. This novel keeps pulling you in every time you are finished a chapter to do other things. There’s always a hook, which is the best type of novel. 

When the author originally sent me the plot to review in exchange I thought I am going to love this because why wouldn’t you? The plot is interesting and it reminds me of One Day which I adore. 

Getting to see these characters grow and develop into young adults and seeing all the big moments that define who you are. 

5/5 Stars


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