The Perfect Man - Sheila O'Flanagan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755343794 / Genre: Author: Sheila O'Flanagan / Hardcover / 512 Pages / Book is published 2009-09-03 by Headline Review
Newest Review: ... The sisters feel that they have little in common but as the cruise progresses on its spectacular journey; they gradually get ... more
Customer The Perfect Man - Sheila O'Flanagan Reviews (2)
by - written on 23/01/10 (15 readings)
I'm not much of a fan of plotless romance, which is what I expected this book to be. While there are some good books in this genre, there tends to be a lot of samey storylines, and not much talent! This book, however, was better then expected. The story follows Mia, a woman who is madly in love with her daughter's father...unfortunately, he's happily married to somebody else. Her sister, Britt, is the author of a bestselling romance novel, but is an ice queen and won't let any man near her. Britt has been invited to guest speak on a cruise, and decides to take her sister Mia to try and cheer her up. The range of characters on board is huge, from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/09, updated on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 171 readings)
I have read many of Sheila O'Flanagan's books and have always found them light enjoyable reads with interesting storylines and likeable characters. This is what I was expecting from The Perfect Man, and I was not at all disappointed. Unlike most of O'Flanagan's books, this one is not set in Dublin but mainly takes place on a romantic cruise ship in the Caribbean. Britt McDonagh, the successful author of a novel also entitled The Perfect Man, has been invited on board to present a series of talks and workshops about successful romantic writing. This feels quite uncomfortable for Britt as she believes herself to be the least romantic person on earth and much ... Read the complete review
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