Rules for Dating a Romantic Hero (Quick Reads 2014) Paperback – 3 Feb 2014
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‘Funny, wistful and wise … I loved this book’ Katie Fforde.
‘Evans’s gift for characterisation and appreciation of complicated family dynamics singles this novel out as superior romantic fare . . . ‘ Independent
‘Brilliantly observed and emotionally charged’ Daily Mirror
‘Rosamunde Pilcher rebooted – in the best possible way.’ Independent on Sunday
‘You’ll love it’ Daily Mail
‘A page-turner… An unputdownable, gripping story of life, loss and one girl’s search for happiness.’ Glamour
About the Author
Harriet Evans is the author of seven previous novels: Going Home, A Hopeless Romantic, The Love of Her Life, I Remember You, Love Always, Happily Ever After and Not Without You. She lives in London and now writes full time.
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It's an often humorous read and I particularly liked the cutely sardonic chapter headings. Most of the characters thrown up by the story work ok, there are sketchy backstories provided for most but I am assuming that this is because the ground work was provided in the first book. But to reiterate I don't think you particularly need to have read the first to enjoy this one. I found it amusing the heroine, like me, has an inexplicable love for the hardware shop Robert Dyas, nice to know I'm not alone!
I felt after reading that this episode is satisfying enough for me and I don't feel curious enough to want to read the earlier book but I can see that for a lot of readers it would probably make them want to find out more about the origins of the relationship of the h and h. However I certainly wouldn't mind having a read of something else penned by this author as I like her writing style.
An agreeable 3.5* to 4* read.
From the start to pretty much the end, I didn’t believe in Laura and Dominic and now that the book is over, I still don’t believe in them. For me, there was far too much negativity floating around their relationship. I felt really sorry for Laura because she’s slated for not spending any of Dominic’s money – SO? Has nobody heard of independence? The only thing I can afford from Marc Jacobs is a plastic bag - FAVOURITE LINE ALERT!
Only when the book ended was I told that this was intended to be a sequel to A Hopeless Romantic, however, this book could easily stand alone and I enjoyed it without reading the first one.