Liv Is Not A Loser

Lauren Ford

Liv Granger has been flailing through life since her teens. When her brother, Joe, announces his engagement to his long-term boyfriend, Liv realises that she has never been able to commit to anything – a career, a fixed address, a relationship – and she may, in fact, be a massive loser.

With the help of Joe and Henry, her oldest friend, Liv comes up with the Loser List: ten tasks to change her life. The most challenging – three dates with the same person. After each increasingly disastrous date, Henry is always there to the rescue. Has what she’s been looking for been right in front of her the whole time?

Between restraining her mother’s wedding planning and doing everything in her power to not be her father’s wingman for his various short-lived girlfriends, Liv learns that the path to self-improvement needs to start with a little self-acceptance…

A laugh-out-loud romantic comedy for fans of Sophia Money-Coutts, Sarah Hogle and Sally Thorne.

“Glorious fun and full of warmth, with a red hot cinnamon bun love interest. Heartily recommended!”
Laura Starkey
“This book was a delight to read. Liv’s quiet humor in her inner monologue had me with a constant half smile on my face, that is, when I wasn’t openly guffawing. Henry was a total cinnamon roll, his unrequited love for Liv was so sweet. Their friends to lovers journey swoon-worthy. I also adore Joe, Liv's brother and Henry's best friend, as a supporting character. The dynamics between this trio were hilarious, heartwarming, and healing at times. The only complaint I have is the disappearance of Falkor from the narrative way too early. She's my favorite fictional bearded dragon.”
Camilla Isley
“An adorable story that you won't put down until you've turned the last page. This is definitely a romance author to be watched! What a way to brighten my weekend.”
Aimee Brown
“I loved it! It was a riot from start to finish. Snort laughed my coffee on one too many occasions but it also had so much heart that I was rooting for Liv right from the start. Henry will live rent free in my head forever and the last twenty odd pages had me grinning like a Cheshire Cat and wondering if I need to change the filter on my Bumble app to just Aussies!? Also I need to Google ‘horny wombats’!”
Caroline Khoury