Marry Me Paperback – 27 Mar 2003
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About the Author
Sarah Ball lives in Cambridge with her husband and two children Ellie and Sam. For more information, go to www.sarahball.co.uk
Top Customer Reviews
The book is well written and funny, its about a girl desperate to find love. The only problem is the person she loves is her friends husband. It does sound like a mills and boon, but believe me it's realistic and portrays her as a kind loving person.
If you love romance, music and comedy its brilliant. The ending is lovely with her finding her true love. The story takes you through all her up's and down's, making you (the reader) feel close to her, as if it was yourself.
I loved this book and i will certainly read more by this author.
Now I am intrigued, I suspect this writer is one to keep an eye on!!!
A wonderfully satisfying way to spend your time and the next twelve months will seem to crawl until I can pre order my next Sarah book.
So if you take my humble advice just chase everyone else out of the house, punch the throw pillows into submission and get yourself into a relaxing position and be captured by an entertaining and well written book that will keep you having to read just one more page before you put it down.
Once again the author’s quirky sense of humour and way of looking at life takes you on the journey with Abby and her friends Harriet, Ed, Vicky, Rebecca and of course the beloved Nathan. We travel with Abby as she comes to terms with letting go of that vague and faint hope that she would be his one and begins to decide what she wants from life. The twists and turns as she gets sucked into her friends relationships and has to fight her conscience as to what she should do compared to what she wants to do. The many ups and downs that life throws at her until she finally finds her way and by the end has at last found what she’s been looking for in quite unexpected places.
I can highly recommend this book. If you enjoy a well written book with great humour and understanding of the things life throws at you then you will love this one.
So if you take my advice you’ll send every one else out the house pound the throw pillows into submission and get into a comfy position to spend a couple of hours getting lost in a wonderful book that will have you having to reading just one more page before you put it down.
I wait with great anticipation for the next offering from this author to see if she can again supply us with another gem and I'm sure you will be as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First read this book a few years ago, I read it so many times, it fell to pieces.
Second ownership some years later, bought it used from Amazon, loaned it to many... Read more
Don't be fooled by the title - this isn't another "woman wants a man" book. It's the warm, funny tale of Abby who gets a rude awakening when she discovers her friends are reaching... Read morePublished on 20 May 2003