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  • A Witty, Humorous RomCom that I loved

    4.5 stars: I have to say that I have come to the conclusion that British authors write the best Rom Coms. Polly is a Brit from Cornwall who moved to New York to become a famous photographer. Well, we all know about the best laid plans. She has just started a job with a Dating Agency and is taking pictures of food for free, asking only for credit from the instagrammer when her cookbook is published. She will do whatever it takes to build up her portfolio to make a living with her photography. She lives in a small apartment with a gay, male friend in a rundown area in New York, just hoping for her big break. Polly easily falls in lust with a handsome face, but realizes that there has to be more than that. Polly's exploits with friends and clients of To the Moon and Back are a hoot. She really is a funny gal, who just can't seem to find Mr. Right. I love her relationship with Gabe, her roommate. They are so good for each other. They kick each other in the butt when they need it, and act as cheerleaders as well. Polly's boss, Derek, was a sweetheart. I would have loved to work for someone like him. Polly and Olly have a very strange relationship and that is all I am going to say about that. This book is full of humour, it had me smiling and laughing many times. There was also some seriousness to parts of it, regarding not giving up and fighting for what you believe in. Overall, When Polly Met Olly is a feel good, humorous romance with some great characters, witty banter, a well developed and quirky plot and even a couple of twists. If you enjoy a good romcom I definitely recommend you pick this one up.

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  • an extremely funny love story

    What a lovely, LOL romance that explores the world of online dating. When a woman takes a dodgy job working for To The Moon and Back Dating Agency pretending to be clients to woo potential online dates, she realizes her love life may need a little boost. However, her new love interest is the owner of a rival dating agency with a questionable reputation. Polly is a photographer who needs her big break, but in the meantime, she will be a matchmaker of sorts and help her clients find the love of their life. When she is sent on an errand from her new boss to spy on the very handsome and sexy owner of the rival dating agency, she starts to rethink her own life choices. I love the slow build-up to Polly and Olly’s relationship. Their first meeting is under false pretenses, but the attraction is instant and not in your face. The story builds on Polly’s life with her new job, her new clients, including the hunky, Brandon, her supportive and hilarious flatmate, Gabe, and her struggles as a photographer. This is an extremely funny love story with an interesting take on dating. If you enjoy meeting a fun assortment of characters with a healthy dose of love in the air, give this book a try. Thank you to Ms. May for giving me the opportunity to read this book with no expectation of a positive review.

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  • I really enjoyed reading this book

    I really enjoyed reading this book. Of course it is a typical romantic contemporary that is very predictable. Yet, this book was still enjoyable. There is character development throughout the book. The writing is easy to read making it easy to fly through. I was intrigued and wanted to know what was going to happen even though you know the book is about Olly and Polly and their relationship by the title alone. I did question that logic that Polly had no idea that relationships were not 100% based on two people that look compatible on paper. You would think she knew about opposites being attracted to one another. Overall, I enjoyed the book and would recommend it.

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  • So good!

    The rivals to lovers trope is such a fun one and the author does it so well in this book! You fall in love with the hero, and want to be the heroine. Such a good book I didnt want it to end!!!

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  • Love the love story

    This is one of those books that keep you reading until you actually fall to sleep!!

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