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    VERY DISAPPOINTING

    I just have to say that this is one of the worst Joy Fielding books I have ever read. I have read every single one of her books so far but will certainly be thinking twice about reading any more. The plot line was so obvious and predictable throughout the whole story that it became exceedingly boring and I had to push myself to finish the book! Very disappointing
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    Ends with a Twist!

    "All the Wrong Places" is an easy read which holds the reader's interest right to the end. Set in Boston, Paige, 33, and her mother Joan, a 70 year old widow, both become involved in on-line dating. Joan meets a nice widower named Harry, while Paige becomes interested in "Mr. Right Now" and communicates with him via text for some time, finally setting up a meeting. What Paige doesn't know is that "Mr. Right Now" is not who he seems. Shortly before Paige's arranged meeting with "Mr. Right Now" her friend Chloe is rushed to the hospital. Paige rushes to the hospital without cancelling her date, leaving her mobile phone behind. Prior to Chloe's emergency, Paige's cousin Heather was visiting her. Paige and Heather, only a few days apart in age and often thought to be twins, had a poor relationship. Heather notices Paige's phone and sees information about Paige's planned meeting with "Mr. Right Now" . . . I enjoyed this book, but it is quite formulaic. The ending has a twist, but readers will likely not find it very surprising!
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