Brilliant read if you like British humour A heroine who is literally sick if she finds a man attractive and a nose as a legacy really does this sound like my sort of book Well when I first started out I did not think so either but this comedy of errors
"grew on me "on me is not a great literary masterpiece but I do not think that was what the author intended anyway She has written a very funny story though at times I found it a little farcical for my ersonal taste The title I also find far from appealing at times I found it a little farcical for my ersonal taste The title I also find far from appealing would never have The Inclusion Imperative picked it to readIt is the sort of comedy that I can imagine would translate well to television sit com status no real memorable action but lots of laughs Therotagonist is Willow the sibling whose family depend on her although she seems to be incredibly naive A lot of the time making me feel I wanted to shake her I mean are there really The Public-Private Partnership Handbook people that arehysically sick from nerves all over What Next After School ? people they fancy uirky characters awkward situations and laugh out loud lines kept me reading The reader realises a long time before Willow that she is being taken for a fool and I needed to know if she got her revenge in the endAn easy read for a summer afternoon that will appeal to those looking fo. Life love and unlikely legacies Willow runs into Luke the university lust of her life ten years on and this time around he's interested she's lost twentyounds and found fashion But their meeting turns out to be no accident What is Luke really after Willow or her new inheritan. ,
R to uote the back cover a funny touching story of a woman in search of revenge and getting what she needs rather than cover a funny touching story of a woman in search of revenge and getting what she needs rather than she thinks she wantsFor information lease visit LindyLouMac s Book Reviewshttplindyloumacbookreviewsblogspo I didn t love this as much as Please don t stop the music but it was still a good fun read Unfortunately the heroine skirts dangerously close to TSTL status too stupid to live although through sheer charm she manages to claw back from the edge Still I found it was a little The Voyage of the Norman D., As Told by the Cabin Boy pantomime like and several times I wanted to call out to Willow Look out behind you It s very clear right from the start who is the good guy and who is the bad guy but that doesn t necessarily get in the way because I hung in there for the eventual revelation to Willow she sretty slow to catch on and the revenge African Successes, Volume I plot that was uite satisfying Like Please don t stop the music the book iseppered with cute and uirky secondary characters and funny situations and lines Absolutely amazing But then I have come to expect nothing else from Ms Lovering Her uirky humour is unlike anything else I have read Tempted to give this one five stars for Trigger Samaniego 1 (Stallion, pure entertainment value It had me giggling on nearly everyage and Ce Her best mate Cal is gorgeous andwell gay Then reveals himself to be than a mild unassuming computer geek and she is no longer sure exactly who is telling the truth or who to trust Is anyone in her life what they seem to be Add to the romantic confusion twelve airs of rubbe.