Love Rules Paperback – 25 Jun 2009
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Praise for Love Rules:
'As always with Freya North, you can expect a distinctive storytelling style and credible, loveable characters. It's an addictive read that encompasses the stuff life is made of: love, sex, fidelity and, above all, friendship.' Glamour
'Sassy, feel-good read …Chick lit with a good sting in the tail.' Cosmopolitan
'Steamy, fun and readable.' Hot Stuff
From the Back Cover
When you fall in love do you follow your heart or use your head?
Thea Luckmore believes in love - the magic spark of true, old-fashioned, romantic love. She's determined only ever to fall head over heels, or rather, heart over head.
Alice Heggarty, her best friend, is always falling in lust - with dashing rogues who invariably break her heart. As yet another disastrous relationship ends, Alice makes a decision. It's time to marry and she knows just the man.
For Thea, a chance encounter on Primrose Hill ignites that elusive spark she's preoccupied with… Saul Mundy promises to be the perfect fit and Thea finds herself falling in love and loving it.
But though newly wed Alice encourages Thea to settle down and conform, she finds that she's not as keen as she thought on playing by the rules. Alice starts to break them left, right and centre… At the same time, Thea's world, in which love reigns supreme, is shaken to core.
When it comes to love, should you listen to your head, your heart, or your best friend?--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition. See all Product description
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For some reason the author has chosen to go with American spelling so that was me irritated from page 2 with theorized, then realized and jeopardize. I stopped highlighting them after these examples.
I found this description strange when talking about a girl-...'cheekbones now too sharp to be handsome'. Lady's Night should be Ladies' Night, mandolin should be mandoline, track used and not tack. THIS line had me beat, I'm afraid. All power to you if you can understand it because I can't..."....that made the ordeal easier for Saul was an inkling that Emma was actually charging her waterworks with a torrent not entirely commensurate with her distress". The charging mention is what I don't comprehend.
My BIGGEST complaint was the amount of times additional hyphens were thrown in and no editing process corrected it. It was highly annoying-brides-maid, bath-room, grim-acing, out-rageous, snap-ping, lad-dish, rum-mage, break-fast and THEN missed one where it was needed with goose down. Remember I was only halfway through so you could double this amount up !! Frightful that nobody else picked them up if I did.
I did like the analogy of a child's kiss that was described along with the waif mention, too. The story had been interesting up till this portion and I liked Thea's character most of all but it was starting to get extremely repetitive and dull.
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