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Kissing Mr. Wrong

Kissing Mr Wrong Lu Edwards may write and illustrate books for children but she s certain she doesn t want children of her own She believes in travelling light with not even a goldfish to tie her down until Nick a

  • Title: Kissing Mr. Wrong
  • Author: Sarah Duncan
  • ISBN: 9780755345946
  • Page: 166
  • Format: None
  • Lu Edwards may write and illustrate books for children, but she s certain she doesn t want children of her own She believes in travelling light, with not even a goldfish to tie her down, until Nick a WWI expert with baggage than Heathrow, right down to the kids, ex wife and hamster blows into her life He s absolutely not Mr Right, but as he helps Lu trace a straLu Edwards may write and illustrate books for children, but she s certain she doesn t want children of her own She believes in travelling light, with not even a goldfish to tie her down, until Nick a WWI expert with baggage than Heathrow, right down to the kids, ex wife and hamster blows into her life He s absolutely not Mr Right, but as he helps Lu trace a strand of her family history, she finds herself being drawn into his chaotic but warm world Being the wicked step mother was never a role Lu fancied playing, though, and she s not sure that loving Nick will be enough for a happy ever after together

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    950 Comments

    1. I adored "Single To Rome", and I'm delighted to say this new one by Sarah Duncan is every bit as good. The cover blurb really doesn't do it justice at all, this book's a lot more than that. The heroine, Lu, is a very real thirties singleton who finds life has rather passed her by, illustrating books about animated vegetables for a flat fee. Nick is a struggling father, with two young boys who exhibit all the hostility any of us will have experienced when we try to take on a ready made family. Ma [...]


    2. This is OK chick lit, less formulaic than most. I liked that it avoided too much unlikely drama and misunderstanding - people mostly say what they mean when they mean it, and there was a sober heart to the story. It was slightly odd how it spent so much time on the heroine being miserable before the inevitable ending. Less suspense, and more plain waiting.


    3. Sarah Duncan is a good chick lit author. She does NOT write fluff and can be relied on NOT to follow fairytales and clichés. Lu is looking for Mr Right but meets Nick a dad of two. Lu doesn't want children and uses this as an excuse to not get involved. She does however, meet a the gorgeous, tall, dark handsome and wealthy Mr Right aka Marcus and who could resist such a chick lit cliché? (I won't spoil it by revealing more). The great thing about this book is that most books that feature a sin [...]


    4. Although I've marked this as a "like", I nearly gave up on it in the early chapters because they were strange.After a nice opening scene where we learn about Lu's perfectionism and relationship issues from the action, the writing suddenly changed, becoming clunky and heavy-handed. It annoyed me so much I was about to put the book down - when just as suddenly, it changed again, back to the smooth easy-reading style I enjoyed so much in A Single To Rome. I was left feeling that the strange passage [...]


    5. I knew when I picked this up that it wasn't going to be a literary classic, but I guess I've proven to myself that I've had enough of chick lit. To be fair, I was listening to the audio & the narrator's voice was childlike & annoying, which probably put me off more than reading the book. I stopped 50% through, which is very unlike me, as I wanted something with more substance. Not my cup of tea, but I'm sure it would still appeal if you're looking for a light read.


    6. Very enjoyable read. Loved the mystery of Jack entertwinted with the protagonist's own struggle in the present day.






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