Press & Reviews for London Belongs To Me

“Middleton’s novel is a love letter to London …even the most skeptical or cynical readers will surrender to the many delights of this compelling narrative. Prepare to be seduced by engaging characters, irresistible in their own quirky way, and transported by keen descriptions of the sights, sounds, and tastes of London.”
Kirkus Reviews

“Middleton’s novel is everything a chick-lit story should be. The heroine is so well-developed—with her quirks, nuances, and relatability … and Middleton’s writing style helps the story flow beautifully and freely … This novel comes with our highest recommendations because it truly makes for a perfect read by the fireplace on a cold winter day. Top pick! 4.5/5 stars”
RT Book Reviews

“The trustworthy lovers of Bridget [Jones’s] single girl, younger days in London are going to adore London Belongs to Me, the coming-of-age story of a girl (who could be Bridget’s younger American cousin!) coming to London to find love and adventure.”
Redbook Magazine, 15 Fall Books You Should Read Based on Your Favorite TV Shows and Movies

“Wow, folks, this new London-based novel will send your heart swooning. A stunning portrait of modern London life, with unputdownable prose, this [debut novel] belongs on every Anglophile’s bookshelf.”
PopSugar, 15 Books to Pair with Your Favorite TV Shows & Movies

“Pack your bags and wave hello to the Queen with this page-turning journey across the pond!”
– Buzzfeed, 5 Books for the Wanderlust Reader

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“London Belongs to Me” – A Conversation with Jacquelyn Middleton
Huffington Post

“5 Fun Reads for Girls Who Love London”
Huffington Post


“London Belongs to Me is a delight. A sweet, nostalgic debut that will transport readers to those first heady days of being on one’s own in the great wide world.”
– Andrea Dunlop, author of Losing the Light

“Any Anglophile will relate to heroine Alex’s love of the Big Smoke—even when it’s not so kind to her. But while navigating the city and the theatre district, Alex is also navigating her first foray into new adulthood, and with that we get an emotive love letter to London that you’ll never want to end.”
– Nicole Trilivas, author of Girls Who Travel.


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Book of the Month, December 2016
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