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By Maria Romero on 05-26-15
Funny and entertaining
The story line was very entertaining. the characters were complex but intriguing but the twist at the end was the best. Loved the narration and the author will get another book from thus author.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By MABJM on 02-12-16
DNF - Boring!!!!
I actually used the book to put me to sleep last night, and still didn't finish it! It is written in such a passive voice it is hard to listen to (no reflection on the narrator). I did wake up about 3/4 of the way through and there was an extended period of dialogue and some action, but it didn't last long enough to keep me interested. The whole beginning was the characters talking to themselves. Virtually everything is in their heads. At one point the hero thinks about his neighbors - one couple fights a lot. The author doesn't have him listening to an argument he just THINKS about how they fight. SNOOZE,
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By Rusty on 10-08-15
How to Marry a Rich Man
The main female character Christy (early 20s) is tired of being broke with no family except a retired grandfather to help her financially. Rather than using her brain or her education (3 years of college), Christy decides to try to marry a rich man. How boring!
It was mildly amusing when her efforts were unsuccessful and she becomes friends with a sexy handyman. However I couldn't connect with a healthy, intelligent young woman who was willing to trade her dignity for a wealthy husband.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful