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19-Apr-2016 14:57

This is 'Chick-lit Plus'- its brilliantly written - warm, romantic, sensitive but above all very funny.

There are a number of charactors in the book which can sometimes confuse a storyline - but not in this case.

But Alice's latest client Kate is proving her biggest challenge yet. But Alice's latest client Kate is proving her biggest challenge yet. Trouble is, Kate could find fault with George Clooney and reject Johnny Depp.

As she tells her clients: Life's more exciting when you let yourself be surprised. As she tells her clients: Life's more exciting when you let yourself be surprised.

The charactors are all interwoven into the plot beautifully and are written in such a way that you feel you know them - they are very real. This is probably a woman's book, but a good example of the genre Yes, I've given this four stars.

This would make a great British film - I can see Colin Firth as John. After reading (unintentionally) three back-to-back emotional rollercoasters featuring kidnapping and violence towards children I was thrilled to find this next on the pile - something light and cuddly, where no-one died, was dismembered or ended in a mood of doom and gloom. I was attracted by the sound of a 'Hello Dolly' of a matchmaker looking for her own perfect match.

This book was recommended to me by a friend just before going on holidays - And I'm so glad it was.

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In helping Kate, will she finally learn to take her own advice too?

She has never, ever failed to find her clients the man of their dreams, and she doesn't intend to start now. She has never, ever failed to find her clients the man of their dreams, and she doesn't intend to start now.

Will Kate be the first client for whom Alice fails to find love?

The charactors are all interwoven into the plot beautifully and are written in such a way that you feel you know them -This book was recommended to me by a friend just before going on holidays - And I'm so glad it was.

There are a number of charactors in the book which can sometimes confuse a storyline - but not in this case. After reading (unintentionally) three back-to-back emotional rollercoasters featuring kidnapping and violence towards children I was thrilled to find this next on the pile - something light and cuddly, where no-one died, was dismembered or ended in a mood of doom and gloom. I was attracted by the sound of a 'Hello Dolly' of a matchmaker looking for her own perfect match.This is probably a woman's book, but a good example of the genre.