Mr Almost Right - Eleanor Moran Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141036478 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Eleanor Moran / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-18 by Penguin
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When Lulu meets Charles, a handsome and sophisticated actor, he s ...
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by - written on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I bought this book a few months back, but have only just got round to reading it. To be honest it was not that great of a read, what got me to start reading it in the first place was the prolgue at the beginning. The main character Lulu and her lover Charles are getting it on in a car, when all of a sudden a toy sheep starts singing Baa Baa Black Sheep! which obviously difueses the whole situation. If i am brutally honest this is the best and most humourous bit out of the whole book! I must admit that it is not the worst book i have read, as i really would not have finished it to the end! I read it over a few days and i did enjoy it somewhat but i was just not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 106 readings)
Lulu Godwin has just met who she believes to be her Mr Right in Charles Adamson. The thing is Charles has a wife and kids. So what should Lulu do about it: tell herself that nothing can happen and do everything she can to keep out of his way or should she just give in to her feelings for him and let the chips fall where they may? Of course nothing is that simple and when Lulu and Charles end up on location together for an entire week all bets are off. Lulu longs to confide in her twin sister Alice but she's too busy with her new boyfriend, Richard. Will Lulu ride off into the sunset with Charles or could there be someone else on the horizon who can give her all that she . Read the complete review
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