Polly spent much of her youth dancing and by the age of 19 she had secured a position in the Northern Ballet Theatre. However, after a few years she became disillusioned with the life of lettuce eating and claustrophobic restraints of the company and so made the decision to leave, and entered into the world of contemporary dance.
It was during her work as a part time waitress that she met Tim, the cheeky Dutch / Kiwi Chef who won her heart over a box of oyster mushrooms and a crate of baby leeks. A self-confessed neurotic and hopeless romantic, Polly writes with such fresh humour and irresistible charm. Her work has the enviable quality of arousing a feeling of warmth in all that read it.
Tea For Two With No Cups
A real true life love story. Polly and her antipodean chef boyfriend pilgrimage to test their love by following the route Buddha took to enlightenment. Covering 600 miles in 6 weeks through war-torn Assam. Was their love strong enough to survive or were the trials of the journey too much? Written with the honesty and compassion of a true romantic and a real-life Bridget Jones.