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A Quarter to Twelve: Book one in the Time Series by [Traynor, Josephine]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 912 KB
  • Print Length: 263 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Josephine Traynor; 1 edition (25 Feb. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MT9HR5G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #789,731 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Oh this book!! The characters in A Quarter to Twelve by Josephine Traynor took my heart and ran away with it! I just absolutely adored them! I knew I was going to love this book as soon as I started reading! The synopsis already had me excited to read but I wasn’t expecting such a nice, heart-warming story and a set of characters that I was going to fall in love with instantly! This is the first book in the Time Series and the first book that I have read by this author and I can say for absolute certain that it will not be the last! I cannot wait for the next book in the series to come out! Although it will be a different set of characters story I really hope we still see Ava and Patrick appear in it too!! I could really see this book being made into a film! I know I was easily able to imagine what I was reading and I almost felt like I was there with them during the story!

Ava was a brilliant character! She wasn’t all that keen on online dating and only did it after she lost a bet with her best friend Charlotte! Some of the messages that she got from the site made me laugh and I could imagine how true to life that would be! I think what I liked about Ava the most was that she was real, she had the same insecurities that a lot of women have about their body image and I found her to be totally relatable!

Patrick was just so lovely! It’s not often you read about a male character who also has body image problems and I think that’s why I warmed to him so much! He was very down to earth. I really felt for him with the catalogue of disasters that happened to him!

I think one of the reasons why I loved this book so much is that it really did feel like I was reading about real people’s lives.
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A quarter to twelve by Josephine Trainor had us follow Ava in her first foray into online dating. After a divorce and many blind dates set up by her less than flattering mother. Ava is not as confident in her body as she would like, most thanks to her mother's constant jibes at her more squishy bits.

Ava's best friend has finally trapped her in to online dating.With her inbox almost full of of photos that no lady should have to see and a handful of dates that ranged from weird to full on awful.

Then she meets TrickyRicky, could he be the man of her dreams? Apparently the world is set against them. Just when Ava's ready to give up can their relationship be salvaged? Should she have just stayed wishfully pining over the cute man from the gym? Bad luck just seems to keep following Ava as she struggles to keep her love life afloat. With some very steamy action going on can Ava keep the man of her dreams or will he be snatched awake from her.

I have fallen in love with this story! A beautiful romance that I just couldn't put down. This story related to my life so much, you can feel the emotion coming off the pages. Light hearted and fun, the most unbelievable series of events turn and every day romance it to something so much more. The characters are so well developed, and so easy to enjoy.

This is my first story by Josephine Trainor and it most definitely will not be my last, it is so beautifully written, it's left me wanting more. This story deserves its five stars!
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Ava has had a tough time in her divorce she has decided dating is too difficult until her best friend Charlotte decides enough is enough and gets her to enrol on a online dating website.

As the profile becomes live she has a few interactions with other people but the majority of them are strange. She does like one profile and decides to meet him in one of her favourite restaurant's but as soon as she meets him there is something not right and it turns out he's married, disillusioned she rips into him and the waitress is pleased someone has put him in his place and says the owner has given her meal free of charge. As Ava than gets back to her apartment she updates her profile with some stipulations that she is not willing to agree too and leaves it at that.

Patrick has been hurt in love, the girl he thought was the one only wanted him to get his contacts in business and left in the middle of the night literally. Patrick is now guarded and to let someone in to love him is going to be hard. His brother Chris has an idea why not set him up on a dating site and see what happens. Well once the shock has worn off Patrick decides to investigate the site himself and sees an amendment from another user. He likes her profile and decides to want to get to know her.

So Patrick and Ava communicate over the next three weeks and then finally decide to meet, well let's just say it does not quite go to plan, with a car accident and robbery, it seems like they are never going to meet. Will they make the date or is life just trying to tell them something, you will have to read to find out.

I really enjoyed this book it is the first book I've read by this author and at times it may feel a bit far fetched but he hits fiction and anything can happen. I loved the way all the characters inter act with each other and will definitely be reading more by this author.
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