This Time Next Year

- Sophie Cousens


Curl up with the refreshingly romantic and unputdownable rom-com which has everyone falling head over heels.

Quinn and Minnie are born on New Year’s Eve, in the same hospital, one minute apart.

Their lives may begin together, but their worlds could not be more different.

Thirty years later they find themselves together again in the same place, at the same time.

What if fate is trying to bring them together?

Maybe it’s time to take a chance on love…



The Night Jam was rammed. Pounding music pulsed through the club and the walls felt sticky with sweat, alcohol and likely worse. Minnie held tightly to Greg’s hand as they jostled through the crowd near the door.


not my cup of tea:
Have you ever noticed that it’s the books that claim to be ‘more than a romance novel’ that are the most cookie-cutter romances you’ve ever read?

I’ve got very little to say about This Time Next Year other than it’s entirely average. Minnie has low self-confidence, meets Quinn with commitment issues, and it turns out they’ve unknowingly been crossing paths their entire lives. What a shocking quirky surprise twist that makes this story ‘unique’. Girl wants boy, boy is unsure, boy messes up, then boy changes mind and wants girl, but girl has self-respect now. But wait, self-respect is overrated when love is on the line!

I don’t know why authors think they can tell a tired story and make it ‘new’ by adding quirky side characters. You could DNF This Time Next Year after two chapters with all the information you need to know exactly what happens in the rest of the story.


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