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This review is from: Thirtynothing (Paperback)
I first read this years ago, and picked it up in a charity shop recently. I quite enjoyed it. The plot may be predictable (best friends realise that they are in love), but the characterisation and dialogue are sparkling. There's more that just naff romance - Nadine's dilemma with con-man Phil, Dig's sense of coasting, Delilah's troubled past and seemingly perfect present, and everyone's refusal to grow up before they have to. Better than most romance novels, and does a good job of writing both the male and female characters in a warm and believable manner.