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As he approaches a milestone birthday, Ben begins to think back on his old relationships. While none of them seemed right at the time, he's not quite sure that the other option - his current single status - is really any better. With a good friend about to enter into an arranged marriage, Ben has the by this point predictable yet wacky idea that he needs the same thing - a nice young woman hand-picked for him by his parents. After all, who knows him better than they do? Except, lovely people though they are, they're not exactly what anyone would call 'with it', as their early attempts at matchmaking clearly show. Has Ben made a huge mistake in enlisting their ... Read the complete review
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