My Single Friend - Jane Costello Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847396259 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jane Costello / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-15 by Pocket Books
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by - written on 15/06/10, updated on 15/06/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Lucy's love life is not quite what she would like it to be and to be honest, it's really her own fault. Every time she has a date, she finds herself embellishing the truth to make herself sound more exciting - but of course this often comes back to bite her in the bum, so to speak. She really has no need to lie, as she actually has a pretty good life, with a successful career in PR, and lots of close friends. Lucy shares a flat with Henry, who has been her best friend since school. Henry researches tropical diseases for a living and despite having a heart of gold and being a great friend, his outward appearance is (for want of a better word) rather geeky. When ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
At 28, Lucy Tyler has a good job in a PR firm, a fantastic and caring best friend in Henry and has two equally great friends in Erin and Dominique. However the only part of her life that doesn't seem to be working for Lucy is her love life. Particularly since she feels she needs to embellish everything she tells the men she dates, leading to a lot of disasters. Best friend Henry is equally as bad when it comes to dating and when he asks Lucy, Erin and Dominique to help him with an image makeover, something the girls begin with gusto. Henry emerges a completely new (and gorgeous) man and soon has girls practically falling at his feet. It's fantastic news for Henry, but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
28-year-old Lucy Tyler is a bit of a disaster in the dating department, and often falls flat on her face, particularly as she likes to stretch the truth and embellish, in order to make herself sound more interesting to the men in her life. However, as tends to be the case with these things, the truth has a sneaky habit of catching up with her in the end, leaving her back to square one, haplessly dating in the search for her Mr Right. Behind her in every crisis since childhood is her solid, dependable but very unfashionable friend Henry, who at first seems a strange companion for our high-flying, glamourous PR girl Lucy. Henry is equally ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
After getting stuck into the Harry Potter books, I decided I needed a break, to much of a good thing and l that, so I decided to take a quick peek at the just returned section in my local library, hence this review! The book I will now review is - "My single friend by Jane Costello". The premise of the story is - Lucy and Henry have been best friends since primary school, well since Lucy rescued Henry from being the new nerdy kid in school with no mates, to the nerdy kid with one best friend! As the years roll on, Lucy and Henry stay just as close, with them eventually moving in together as flatmates, a perfect ... Read the complete review
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