The blurb on the back cover of Perfect Timing appealed to me and I bought it. It was a fairly standard story with some twists along the way. Poppy meets a stranger, Tom, on Hen night and that makes her realize that she's rushing into marrying and that she doesn't really want that.
So Poppy goes to London, rents out a room in an artist's mansion-like house. The artist, Caspar, and Poppy become fast friends in her search to find Tom. Along the way I liked how the story progressed and the unexpected jealous moments in between.
The ending of the book was very unexpected for me as I only guessed it like towards the end. It was a light read and I liked Jill Mansell's writing style.