Brief Synopsis: Mousy, bookshop assistant John Dart, wakes up in bed with Hollywood superstar, Lee Montana, after a book launch.
Good Points: It’s funny, gruesome in parts, touching in others – very Gill if you’re aware of his Sunday Times column.
Bad Points: You may be put off by the unrealistic storyline or the sex scenes might be a tad graphic for more sensitive souls.
Good For: Providing you with your good chick-lit fix (romance, sex, hilarious/vile characters in equal measures) but told from a bloke’s point of view.
What’s next on the reading list? So Much For That – Lionel Shriver