This summer, one woman is going after what she wants and nothing will stand in her way – not even the handsome man next door... An uplifting, heartfelt romantic comedy for fans of Nora Ephron, Emily Henry and Beth O’Leary.
Gillian has been happily single for several years and, after trying a few dating apps, prefers to stay that way. Navigating her way through dates with fat-shamers and lacklustre men has left her with no desire to do anything other than spend time in her garden. Who needs rude comments and awkward first dates when soft roses and vibrant tulips are so much better?
Then Noah moves in next door. Moody, grumpy and way too opinionated, her new neighbour threatens to turn her peaceful sanctuary into a war zone. But with a gardening contest fast approaching, Gillian needs to keep her eye on the prize – and cultivate her happy place on her own terms.
Jayne Denker is the author of romantic comedies, including It's Probably You and The Rom-Com Agenda. When she's not hard at work on another novel (or, rather, when she should be hard at work on another novel), she can usually be found frittering away stupid amounts of time on social media.
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Australia (January 3, 2024)
Length: 320 pages
Raves and Reviews
'A gardening contest prompts testy rivalry between next door neighbours, but could love also be in the air? A fun rom com.'
– Australian Women's Weekly
'If you’re looking for something easy, sweet and heartwarming to pick up while you’re splayed on a beach towel, then It’s Probably You will be perfect for you.'
'Full of down-to-earth characters and nicely realised locations, It’s Probably You is an enjoyable piece of escapism.'
– Canberra Weekly
'a light, fresh and entertaining read ... [with] plenty of moments that had me laughing out loud'
– Kathryn's Inbox
'a breath of fresh air ... If you’re a fan of low-spice enemies-to-lovers rom-coms, I’d highly recommend this to you!'
'It's Probably You ticks all the boxes for the perfect beach read this summer. It is a sweet, slow-burn, closed-door, small town romance with a curvy female main character and an enemies to lovers trope.'