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Emma Hughes is a London-based freelance writer and editor who has worked for a number of publications including Time Out, Wired, ES, The Telegraph and Eater. She studied English at Cambridge before being awarded a bursary to study for an MA in Creative Writing at the University of Manchester.
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No Such Thing As Perfect by Emma Hughes
No one’s life is as perfect as it looks
Laura’s life is anything but perfect, living with her sister on an inflatable mattress after losing her flat. With her flatmates falling in love and moving out, not to mention that one of the said flatmates was her first love. Add into this mix that she has just weeks to prove that her newspaper job is necessary to avoid being made redundant. So when an opportunity to review a new dating app Cupid comes along she feels that this might be the way to ave her job and possibly her failing love life too.
After speaking with Cupid’s director Nush, Laura is matched to Adam. Although things are a little awkward at first they do seem to get on and romance blossoms between them. Needing further information for her article she attempts to speak to the tech team behind Cupid, without much success until Cass (head tech man) offers to meet her. The attraction fizzes between them making Laura question her compatibility with Adam, especially as little niggles crop up between them.
A journey of self-discovery for Laura whilst you learn more about her personal relationships with her family members. There’s no such thing as perfect and soon Laura is questioning everything about love and the men in her life.
Available to buy from Amazon in Paperback, Hardback, Audiobook and Kindle Edition.