Top critical review
on 5 April 2014
It's a fun idea where the father is desperate to have a big happy family and to see his sons settle down so he goes about matchmaking behind his sons' backs. He brings women he chooses into situations where his sons will meet them. However, in this book the father has tried time and time again and his son has guessed what he's up to.
It's a bit too much of a co-incidence how the couple meet but she's a good character, a bolshy woman who knows what she wants and it's not love, she wants a successful career. (of course she gets love in the end too)
I find the writing a bit corny at times and found myself cringing, and use of words such as womanhood and heat had me groaning but not for desired reasons. Really? womanhood?