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  • Not One For Me!

    I suspect I'm out of step with this one; the much vaunted humour passed me by and I felt only happiness at no longer having to deal with today's dating scene. At age 32, Nina Dean's career as a food writer has taken off - more than could be said for her love life. Then she meets Max and all of a sudden her future seems to be settled. As all her friends are moving on from singledom, she is set to join them until, overnight, Max ghosts her. No contact, no replies to her texts, leaving her with her confidence shattered. Whilst her friends are moving to the suburbs and starting families, Nina only has her family to fall back on; with her Dad suffering from dementia and her mother in the midst of a mid-life crisis, there's little solace to be had there. I found this to be quite sad. How horribly those in the dating pool behave, treating others with disdain and, quite frankly, the whole thing horrified me. No matter how attracted I was to a person, there is no way I would give them a second chance after such appalling behaviour. In all honesty, I struggled my way through this book. I don't by any means live in the dark ages but I've never encountered this sort of novel before. Not one for me, although I'm sure others will love it. In all fairness, it is well written but it didn't keep my attention. For me, this is a two star read.

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