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Can two people who have never met make a marriage work? Popular dating site Sociality thinks so, and is marrying London lad Adam to California girl Jessica to prove it.
What better way to show that your 'love algorithms' work than to put two complete strangers together in an expensive publicity stunt? But, as livewire Jess and lazybones Adam quickly discover, just because a computer says you're the perfect match, it doesn't make it so!
Two million Sociality subscribers and the media are following the happy couple's progress, and they have to make a go of it or they'll lose everything, look like idiots, and destroy Sociality's reputation. But can the mismatched pair, who seem to be constantly at each other's throats, put their differences aside and work their way into each other's hearts?
Nick Spalding, bestselling author of Fat Chance and Bricking It, will make you cry with laughter at this story of marital warfare - complete with sinking boats, badly aimed flatulence, well aimed tennis balls, and some very suggestive pastry.
©2016 Nick Spalding. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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By Amazon Customer on 12-26-16

real bummer

struggled to finish it. about half way thru, i finally laughed out loud and it did get somewhat better from there. i have read or listened to nearly all of nick spaldings Love books. i have loved every one....until this one. the male narrator was good but the female narrator was lacking all emotion but irritation. also at the beginning there are multiple scenes that have no bearing on the actual plot and seem to go on for ever. overall, it was a big disappointment. the story and the comedy just werent there.

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By Amanda on 12-24-16

Boring. Boring. Boring.

I absolutely loved Fat Chance and Bricking It so I was so looking forward to this book ! I was so disappointed. I've gotten so used to Nick Spalding's funny situations/characters but this book had none of that. I listened to the very end hoping it got better and it didn't. Pass on this one.

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By Amazon Customer on 01-25-17

Wonderfully funny

This is my third Nick Spalding book and I laughed from the beginning to the end. It was absolutely fantastic! The characters, the story line...I couldnt stop the teary laughs that escaped most times...I would recommend to anyone looking for a good funny read.

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By Miss L. Price on 09-29-17

so many twists

you just can not predict what will happen in this book!!
poor narrators though, especially when reading the word t * a t frustrating that part if the story was about it's pronunciation and they still didn't get it right, spoiled it slightly for me, Loreli King would work wonders narrating for Nick

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By Elisabeth on 12-15-16

not one of Spalding's better ones

I enjoy the back and forth-diary format of Spalding's books and he does well to continue it, however the characters in this latest story are so unlikeable until the final chapters that it was a pain to get through. I'm not entirely sure why I finished listening to this one as everything about them made me angry.

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