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Love and Dr. Devon
Love and Dr. Devon
by Alan Titchmarsh
Edition: Hardcover

22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Another good read from Alan, 26 Aug. 2006
This review is from: Love and Dr. Devon (Hardcover)
I really enjoyed this book, despite the fact that I thought it didn't get going properly until I was someway in. Having said that, I think this was somewhat of a departure for Alan, because this plot had a crime/whodunnit aspect to it, as well as all the traditional romance I've come to expect.

I've only given it four stars, because it wasn't as good as 'Only Dad', my favourite. But this, obviously, is personal opinion and lots of you out there might actually prefer it.

I'm just a traditionalist!

But well done, Alan for another good story. The warmth between Dr Devon and Maria was really palpable. Tiger reacted well to his internal emotional struggle and Gary (who I thought I'd hate for his wide-boy tendencies) actually turned out to be a good guy, looking for commitment.

Wonderful!


Protecting the Innocent (Silhouette Intrigue)
Protecting the Innocent (Silhouette Intrigue)
by Cassie Miles
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
Price: £3.05

4.0 out of 5 stars A Thrilling Read!, 13 May 2005
This book was very good. Despite the unnecessary prologue at the start, this book instantly kicked into gear. It never had a moments let up, with differing forms of tension, both physical and emotional. The heroine was a well-written mother and the hero, Roman Alexander, was very believable.
Well done, Cassie Miles!


The Unplanned Pregnancy Book for Teens and College Students
The Unplanned Pregnancy Book for Teens and College Students
by Dorrie Williams-Wheeler
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.50

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent resource., 11 Jan. 2005
This is an excellent resource for young women who have discovered that they are accidentally pregnant. Dorrie Williams-Wheeler writes easily and simply about what sometimes can be, very highly charged and emotional subjects. Recommended.


How Not to Write a Novel: Confessions of a Mid-list Author
How Not to Write a Novel: Confessions of a Mid-list Author
by David Armstrong
Edition: Paperback

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Telling it like it is!, 22 Aug. 2003
Well done, David! Finally a book that empathised with everything I have been going through! The title should not have been How Not To Write a Novel, but something like, I'm a Writer, Get Me Out Of Here! As a writer myself, desperately trying to get that novel accepted, despite having had previous works published, it explained and explored all the emotions and thoughts you go through as a writer. The chapter entitled The Joy Of It All, absolutely was perfect! Readers of the book will understand. Why aren't there more honest books like this one?


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