Sorry Not Sorry

About the Author: Sophie Ranald

Sophie Ranald is the youngest of five sisters She was born in Zimbabwe and lived in South Africa until an acute case of itchy feet brought her to London in her mid 20s As an editor for a customer publishing agency, Sophie developed her fiction writing skills describing holidays to places she d never visited In 2011, she decided to disregard all the good advice given to aspiring novelists and at


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  • Kindle Edition
  • 329 pages
  • Sorry Not Sorry
  • Sophie Ranald
  • English
  • 11 January 2018

Sorry Not Sorry Is This All There IsI Hadn T Had So Much As A Sniff Of A Shag For Over A Year I Scraped The Last Dregs Of Caramel Chew Chew Ice Cream Out Of The Bottom Of The Tub With My Finger And Licked It It Left A Sticky Smear On My Phone S Screen When I Typed Into Google, How To Find Love, Sex And Happiness Charlotte Has Always Been A Good Girl She Sorts Her Paper From Her Plastic She Eats Her Greens Even Spirulina, Whatever That Is Boozy Brunches With Her Best Friends On The Third Sunday Of Every Month Are About As Bad As She Gets But Being Good Is Getting Boring Charlotte S Not Just Stuck In A Rut She S Buried In It Up To Her Chin The Only Company She Has In Bed Is The Back Catalogue Of Netflix And Falling In Love Feels Like The Stuff Of Fairy Tales So When She Stumbles Across A Popular Podcast, Sorry Not Sorry, Which Challenges Women To Embrace Their Inner Bad Girl, She Jumps At The Chance To Shake Things Up Old Charlotte Would Never Ask For A Stranger S Number, Go On A Blind Date Or Buy Lacy Lingerie But New Charlotte Is Waving Goodbye To Her Comfort Zone With A Side Order Of Margaritas And It Turns Out That Good Things Happen To Bad Girls, As Charlotte Finally Finds Her Mr Right Or So She Thinks Is Falling In Love Too Tough A Challenge Even For Charlotte Fans Of Sophie Kinsella, Mhairi McFarlane And Matt Dunn Will Love This Fabulously Feel Good Novel That Will Make You Laugh Till You Cry And Leave You Living Life To The Full, Margarita In Hand

10 thoughts on “Sorry Not Sorry

  1. Carrie says:

    Sorry Not Sorry by Sophie Ranald is another contemporary romance novel that promises readers to be full of laugh out loud moments Again, though I wonder if my sense of humor is way off of everyone else of not when only getting a chuckle here or there and no real hysterical moments unfortunately.In this story Charlotte finds herself questioning just where she is in here life when her two longtime roommates and best friends are packing up and moving on to marriage and a life together after falling in love Charlotte has her job, and netflix if that will count as a companion but not much else to show as the others move on.Stumbling across a romance podcast called Sorry, Not Sorry Charlotte vows to begin putting herself out there and trying to meet someone With each challenge that Charlotte master...

  2. Whispering Stories says:

    Book Reviewed on www.whisperingstories.comWhen Charlotte s best friend and roommate Maddy moves out to live with her boyfriend, Charlotte starts to question her life She has been single for quite some time and can t seem to get herself a date for the night never mind a long term partner.Desperate for answers she turns to Google which brings up a blog site about dating The site might be old but the info still has to be relevant, doesn t it Via a series of Podcasts called Sorry, Not Sorry all about living your life to the full and enjoying yourself, Charlotte delves into a world she has never stepped foot in before, but will it lead to true love Sorry Not Sorry is an amusing tale of one woman willing to try anything to make her love life better Her best friend is getting married, as well as leaving her in the lurch as all three of them were roomies Charlotte, Best friend Maddy and her boyfriend Henry, and now Maddy and Henry have moved out to live ...

  3. Finitha Jose says:

    I don t know how much my review will do justice to this book with my sleep induced brain, but my excited heart won t allow me to rest until I have posted this Have you ever felt that particular urge to share your excitement just after reading an amazing novel Ever experienced that bubbling happiness that won t be subdued unless you narrate the story to at least one person If yes, then you know what I am going through now Yup I have found this wonderful chick lit quite accidentally, in fact and there is only one thing I can shout at you READ IT Well, since it is made quite clear how much I enjoyed reading it, let s go to the question of why I am an avid Sophie Kinsella fan and anything of her style is always a bliss They are not joking in the blurb about this being suitable for Kinsella fans the novel is a clever combination of humour, mystery and romance typical of the chick lit and it will keep you on your toes till the very end Even now I am tapping my feet on th...

  4. Berit☀️✨ says:

    A fun entertaining story that will make you giggle This was a playful story with an unique angle as a podcast listener although most of my podcasts are about serial killers I really enjoyed how this media was used in the story a quirky story about taking yourself out of your comfort zone and finding your inner bad girl.Charlotte is a workaholic about to lose her flatmate and friend to marriage when she realizes she doesn t do much than work day in and day out she starts listening to the popular Sorry Not Sorry podcast this podcast assigns you tasks that will help you find your inner bad girl going to be honest some of these things I don t believe would make you a bad girl, but it might take you out of your comfort zone but bad girl or not I think it made for a wonderful story and helped Charlotte there is quite a bit to the story and some characters actions I didn t necessarily agree with, but I don t want to spoil anythingCharlotte was a pretty sympathetic character, I really felt for her, she really had a lot on her plate A super demanding job, planning a wedding for her BFF, and looking for the elusive perfect man I have to admit though I did not always find Charlotte terribly relatable The secondary characte...

  5. Elle& says:

    Release Date February 13, 2019 Genre Chick Lit Actual Rating 4.5 starsSorry Not Sorry is a cute and endearing read that any woman can relate to I devoured this book in one sitting and felt very connected to Charlotte which is a must have for me I hope the author continues writing books like this in the future because I will be one of the first people to buy it I loved this to pieces.In this novel, readers will meet Charlotte Charlotte has come to a crossroads of sorts in her life as things are beginning to change just not her Her best friend and roommate just left and bought a house together and she is still as single as one can be But when she stumbles upon a podcast that is meant to empower woman and get them to reveal their daring side, her life begins to change And maybe, just maybe, these changes will bring her love Join Charlotte on her journey as she begins to grow within the novel You will wan to embrace your inner bad ass just as she goes and will have a good chuckle ...

  6. Obsidian says:

    Please note that I received this book via NetGalley This did not affect my rating or review.So this was actually really good I laughed, cried, and laughed some The character of Charlotte was written well and so were all of the secondary characters I really liked the overall plot of Charlotte trying to do with her life and meet someone and the subplots of her changing relationship with Maddy, and her two new roommates, Tansy and Adam I am wondering if Ranald has plans to write a sequel to this and I hope so I need to find out what happens with Tansy Sorry, Not Sorry follows 20 something Charlotte who is left reeling slightly after her best friend and roommate Maddy moves out to set up house with her fiancee Charlotte is going to have to deal with two new roomies too since Maddy s fiancee was their other roommate Realizing that she doesn t do much besides work and come home, Charlotte starts listening to a podcast called, Sorry, Not Sorry, that has her trying to change up her life and find someone.Charlotte is a really good character It s been a while since I have read a romance book that didn t make me hard sigh at the main character You want to root for people that you are reading about and I rooted for Charlotte She s hilarious and topical her horror at being told she resembles Ivanka Trump made me howl and she rea...

  7. Rachel Gilbey says:

    After a bit of a slow start, where I was struggling to work out who worked where, and what all the characters connections were admittedly I was very tired when I read the first half of the book, which possibly affected my initial enjoyment I m glad I continued as I thoroughly enjoyed the second half of the book What really intrigued me initially and kept me reading was the pod cast series that Charlotte was following called Sorry Not Sorry, all about getting in touch with your inner bad girl I loved all the various challenges that were set and how Charlotte tried to embrace them There were a couple of men in the book and I always had a weird inkling who she may end up with I really enjoyed the hot and steamy times she had with Miles, the office architect, although whether I ever trusted him would be another matter Getting to know Tansy, Charlottes new flat mate was enjoyable, and I was interested in what she was clearly hiding And when the secret was revealed it made me think too After around 50% was when I became properly engaged with the story, and found it was coming together in my mind I found I was really caring about the characters, and was interested to see how various situations would resolve themselves There are even a good selection of people to hate if you are that way incline, and Charlotte s job exhausted me just thinking about it An enjoyable book, and the hint in the notes at the back that we may get books featuring Tansy and Adam, Charlotte s ...

  8. Nikki (Saturday Nite Reader) says:

    Did a book s ending ever make it hard to fairly rate a book I am not saying that the ending was terrible, its just that well, I just didn t like it Which stinks because up until the 95% mark of this book I thought it was rather fun I was whipping through the ending because I wanted to finish and then BAM, that twist It was a fun story classic chick lit, light read that is easy to whip through I liked some characters, I hated some characters which you were supposed to But obviously meh about the ending.Charlotte s dating life is non existent She stumbles upon a podcast Sorry Not Sorry that will challenge her to go beyond her comfort zone and open up within the dating scene Each episode is a series of challenges which she will embark on or at least try to.Like I said, super light and fun concept I was jiving with it, I...

  9. Lisa Leone-campbell says:

    Sorry Not Sorry by Sophie Ranald is a hysterical romp through life while dating and all its hits and misses or messes which comes with it It s about losing a best friend to marriage and working endless hours at a job that you feel unappreciated In other wordslife Charlotte is tired of being alone and single With her best friend moving out to get married and having to adjust to new housemates, she s feeling pretty low Until she comes across a podcast called Sorry Not Sorry which challenges single women in each podcast to one exercise in order to improve their love lives She begins taking the challenges from the mysterious woman who dishes out the advice while telling listeners her own dating mishaps Charlotte begins to gain a sort of confidence by trying the advice.During this same time she is faced with losing her best friend due to reasons she does not quite understand and helping her new roommate Tansy navigate a relationship while knowi...

  10. ❤Bibi& says:

    Disclaimer I was lucky enough to receive a free copy of this book through Netgalley, in exchange for my honest review However, please note that all opinions and views are my own Actual rating 3.5 I am seriously beginning to wonder, if there s something wrong with my sense of humour Maybe it s went on holiday without giving my brain notice Maybe it s just not getting the sophisticated and sublime jokes, that must be somewhere within the pages of this book All I know is, that this book that promised me laughter, provided absolutely none Did I smile from time to time I am sure I did But nothing stands out as being hilarious, funny or even somewhat humorous As I got nearer to the end of the book, I found myself wishing I had a cheat sheet to tell me exactly where the fun was meant to be found Because all in all, the book is about some seriously shitty friends, self growth, living life to its fullest, and learning to deal with whatever life and bad decisions throws at you Don t get me wrong, I did actually really like the book, but not for the reasons I was promised in the blurb When Charlotte s best friend Maddy and roomate her BFF s fiance moves out of their house share, to start their happily ever after, Charlotte feels like she s left alone On the outside she has a view to the perfect life ...