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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,799 - Total Helpful Votes: 96 of 132
Landline by Rainbow Rowell
Landline by Rainbow Rowell
This was the first book I have read by Rainbow Rowell and after hearing so many great things about her as an author I couldn't wait to get started.

Georgie loves her job, she has been working hard all her life to achieve success writing scripts in her television job. She has been finding it hard juggling her career with her family life, her husband Neal and two children are beginning to suffer.

Neal takes the children to his mothers for Christmas in Nebraska something that Georgie didn't think he would do. She is on the verge of producing her show and she cannot give up the opportunity, she thought Neal would understand and stay, but as he says they have paid for the… Read more
You Had Me at Merlot: Part 3 by Lisa Dickenson
You Had Me at Merlot: Part 3 by Lisa Dickenson
I began to really get hooked into You Had Me at Merlot in part 3, I was loving it and racing through the pages so quick I didn't want it to end!

I really enjoyed the misinterpreted marriage proposal and this had me not wanting to put the book down. Barriers between Donna and Elle begin to break down and they both realise there is more to each other than their work lives. Elle, becomes enlightened about aspects of the company she works for she didn't know and Donna is thinking about changing direction, can they help each other?

I really love this part of the book, everyone is beginning to come together and it shows that strangers can come together to make something… Read more
The Library of Unrequited Love by Sophie Divry
I am a big fan of short stories and this is exactly what this book is. It is every short, just over 90 pages which makes it perfect for you to be able to read in a single sitting. I took the book along to an appointment I had to attend and I finished it while I was there. This makes it great for reading in a lunch time at work or during a train journey. This book is very different to anything I have read before.

The book doesn't have any chapters in it, which for me I personally didn't like. Although I was intending to read this in one sitting, when I had to stop say to go to the loo I found it had to find a place I could stop in. There weren't even any line breaks I could use as… Read more

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