Cat thinks she is fat and boring. Her thin twin sister, Tessa, is a
bit of a spoiled brat who can get any boy she wants. Josh moves
into town and he's gorgeous, so Tessa is keen and Cat feels she
doesn't have a chance. But Josh seems strangely uninterested in
Tess, and becomes best friends with Cat. Cat thinks there is more
to the situation and feels she has gotten to the bottom of the
mystery -- maybe Josh just isn't into girls at all. Cat's
life is so much happier -- she has a new best gay friend and they
get on wonderfully. If only things could stay that simple...
"The writing is brilliant and very readable ... It's like Sophie Kinsella for younger audiences" -- Zoe Page The Bookbag 20080414 "Liz Rettig has magaged once again to capture the essence of a girl's teenage years, and all the confusing problems that inevitably accompany it" Wondrous Reads 20090522
Liz Rettig is over twenty-one and lives in Glasgow with her husband and two children. She works as a teacher and MY DESPERATE LOVE DIARY was her first novel. She used to be just like the heroine Kelly Ann, but she's all right now.