Rules for a Perfect Life - Niamh Greene Reviews
Description:ISBN 1844882012 / Genre: Romance / Author: Niamh Greene / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2010-06-03 by Penguin
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Rules for a perfect life ...Rule One: Do not ditch the man everyo ...
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by - written on 30/09/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
==Synopsis of the book:== Maggie settled city life in thrown into turmoil when she gets made redundant from her job as an Estate Agent. As not only has she lost her career but her home in the process as her Landlord was also her boss and he must now sell the apartment she is living in to pay of some of his debts. The economic downturn in Ireland also means her prospects of finding work immediately are slim. Added to her problems she has recently split up from her long term boyfriend after he took the last yellow jelly-baby in the bag (don't ask!!). Her good friend Claire also having lost her job is planning to move to the country for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/11 (Very useful, 183 readings)
'Rules for a Perfect Life' is another book I picked up from my local library. I was enticed by the bright red cover of the book (which is different to the one that DooYoo has a picture of), and when I read the back cover I was reeled in as it sounded like it would provide a fun read about the rules you should follow if you are a young woman that wants a perfect life romantically, and otherwise. An example is 'Rule One' that states 'Do not ditch the man everyone says is perfect for you because he eats the last yellow jelly-baby in the bag'. Clearly these are not supposed to be deep and meaningful rules, but hopefully you can see from this example that this book is meant .. Read the complete review
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