I'm 27 years old. I've no money and no prospects. I'm already a burden to my parents. And I'm frightened.
My jaw dropped as the scene with Charlotte Lucas from Pride and Prejudice echoed round the cinema. My name was
It was almost as if the film was talking to me. I hadn't found The One
Charlotte Ward had always believed that after a few serious boyfriends, some unsuitable encounters, and the odd broken heart, she would find the right guy and all would be happy ever after. However, towards the end of her 20s, it had become clear that finding this one was actually pretty tricky. In fact, she'd soon realized thatevery boyfriend she'd whipped into shape and then broken up with, had settled down with someone else almost immediately.The training that
In this witty, intimate memoir,
Charlotte Ward has been a print journalist for almost a decade. In her debut book, she shares her excruciating experiences and insights on how she survived the dating game.She is happily settled with The Beau, and lives in London.