I enjoy the stories about Angela Cookson Potts ever so much more than I do the ones about Georgia Nicholson (Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging), and yet there are only three of the Whytock titles that have made it across the pond. Unfair!
Angel lives in Knightsbridge, London, with her thin aristocratic mother, her slighty doddering father, and their housekeeper Flossie. She has three good friends (and a diverse, multi-cultural crowd they are, too), likes fashion, and LOVES food. She struggles with her weight, family and boys. I especially enjoy it when the family goes on vacation to places like an Italian villa. Probably not very realistic, but interestingly different.
If you have a large fan base for the Louise Rennison titles (and I still have to read the latest of those-- Stop in the Name of Pants.), make sure that you order all three of these titles: My Cup Runneth Over, My Scrumptious Scottish Dumplings and My Saucy Stuffed Ravioli.
The British Series, as far as I can tell. Yes, Ronni, they seem to be available at Amazon.co.uk, but the last two are not in the U.S. *Sob!*
Angel: disasters, diets and d-cups
Angel: Haggis Horrors and Heavenly Bodies
Angel: secrets, suspicions and sun-kissed beaches
Angel: loving, loathing and luscious lunches
Angel: deli dramas and dreamy doormen