Duffy is engaged. He accepted Mel's proposal. But the trips to Ikea, dinner parties for couples and talk of babies are giving him itchy feet and now he's not sure if he can say goodbye to his extended adolescence and can face up to that final walk down the aisle. How does he know if she's The One? Can he cope with responsibility? Does he have what it takes to become Mr Commitment? Because if he doesn't, he may just find that he's lost Mel - forever...
Previously an Agony Uncle, Mike Gayle is a freelance journalist who has contributed to a variety of magazines includingFHM,Sunday Times StyleandCosmopolitan.His bestselling novels include MY LEGENDARY GIRLFRIEND, MR COMMITMENT, TURNING THIRTY, HIS 'N' HERS and BRAND NEW FRIEND. He keeps a website at www.mikegayle.co.uk and can be found on Facebook and on twitter.com/mikegayle
Praise for MR COMMITMENT
Comic...fizzy. Here comes the male Bridget Jones
Full of belly-laughs and painfully acute observations
Independent on Sunday
'Something near to mid-period Woody Allen...a delicate blend of realism and whimsy...funny and clever...refreshing to find a male writer working in this genre'
'Told in an easy, chatty style...the lighter moments in Mr Commitment say more about what's wrong with the modern twentysomething male than any amount of earnest introspection ever could'
'Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus meets Men Behaving Badly'
'Funny, sharply observed and right in tune with ageing adolescents clinging
desperately to the wreckage of their youth. This is a winner'
Yorkshire Evening Post
'Uputdownable...coloured with cool, rueful wit'
'Would you swap your fridge full of beer and an eclectic record collection for trips to Ikea and a series of dull dinner parties? Would you hell!'
Pick of the Week, Marie Claire
'Gayle's book has the ability to touch the parts other books fail to reach...the funny bits will make you laugh out loud while the beautiful moments will make you remember all those you've loved before...Unmissable'
'Incredibly successful...it's so rare to find a man writing easy-reading books about relationships'
The Oxford Times