'Totally relatable and hilarious - one of the best books I've read' - Heat
'Laugh-out-loud funny. Truly, the Bridget Jones for our generation' - Louise O'NeillWhat do you get if you cross a dozen drunk hens with one shiny Butler in the Buff?
Meet Lilah Fox. She's on the hen do from hell. Then she gets a message (44 of them, actually) from her best friend with big news: she's getting married in six months. Oh, and Lilah's her maid of honour. Which means she just got signed up for:
- A military schedule of wedding fairs and weekly planning meetings
- Excel spreadsheets and endless hen emails
- All the enforced, expensive fun you can imagine...
What fresh hell is this?
Everyone loves Lucy Vine:
'So ridiculously accurate I had to take a lie down from all my genuine laughing-out-loud' Laura Jane Williams
'Relatable to the max...fans of Hot Mess will love it' Grazia
'Feisty, fresh, gag-packed comedy' Daily Mirror
'Brilliantly written' Daily Mail
'Very funny and a joy to read! I adored it!' Joanna Bolouri, bestselling author of The List
'I LOVED this. Caps for emphasis...This is relatable AF and you need it in your life' Hanna Doyle
'One of my very favourite writers... It's wildly funny AND about my very favourite genre of everything - painfully obsessive wedding planning. I inhaled this. If you like laughing a lot, I recommend that you pre order immediately' Daisy Buchanan
'What Fresh Hell is so brilliantly, hilariously, on-point about the nutso psychology of hen dos. For anyone whose ever found themselves thinking, "Oh GBP260 for the weekend. That's not too bad." READ IT' Holly Bourne
Lucy Vine is a freelance journalist based in London, who regularly writes and edits for the likes of Grazia, Heat, Cosmo, Stylist and Marie Claire. She also writes a weekly newsy column for Grazia Daily. Her debut novel Hot Mess was a eBook Number One bestseller. Follow Lucy on Twitter @Lecv