Love, loss, and a talking sock…
What happens when a stubborn optimist meets a committed pessimist?
Childcare worker, Charlie Winter, thinks her quiet life is fine—she has a job, a flat and her cat Colin. But she can admit lately she’s been feeling a need for something more. When her parents and sister die suddenly, her upbeat outlook is threatened.
In a desperate attempt to rebuild her life, she leaves Australia for England to visit a childhood friend. This connection sends her positivity into overdrive. While she starts a rushed and reckless quest to find her perfect match, she also tries to win the friendship of her perfect opposite—a misanthrope who just wants to be left alone.
Starting over in a new city, Charlie’s fine again now, she's keeping it together, despite still having visions of a talking sock...
If you enjoy an off-beat, funny, contemporary story with smart, feisty, relatable characters and just a touch of romance, check out Sock Mate Theory now.
Written for fans of character-driven stories with both compassion and sass like Jojo Moyes’ After You and Me Before You, Helen Fielding’s Bridget Jones series, Graeme Simsion’s The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect, and Candace Bushnell’s Sex and the City.
**Please be aware this book contains some explicit language.**
The first in the Sock Mate Series
#2 The Purpose of Socks – coming in 2018
#3 Casual Socks – release date TBA
Naomi Griffin lives in Brisbane, Australia with her husband, daughter, chickens, and a prototype of Gus. She likes sleep, hot water, books, and Google, in that order.