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    A good chick-lit

    This book is pure chick-lit, an easy light fluffy read. I read this as a mind cleanser to reboot the brain. The story is simple Bea has been seeing the same dream for years about meeting a man on the park bench and one day she does. DAN. So she believes fate has spoken and asks him out, but there are no fireworks between them. And the story continues… Will she, won’t she dump Dan?? This is my second book by the author Keris Stainton, I felt the first one if you could only see me was far better. Bea lives in a townhouse with her housemates, all of them are quirky and some are downright kinky. They make fabulous read. The friendship between them was nicely written. I could feel their easy comfort with each other. All of us want friends like these… I liked the way Keris has portrayed the chemistry which Bea has with her landlord/workmate/friend Henry. Their dialogues are good but nothing earth shattering or remarkable. The rest of the book continues on, with dates with Dan, no fireworks, Bea’s friendship with her house mates, Henry and Bea conversations. None of the characters are well developed, the story needs more depth, more fireworks for it to claim that lovers should have fireworks to make the relationship work. Amongst all the characters I liked Bea’s best friend Freya the most. She was fun, clear headed and only sane thinker. Rest of them muddled through. The whole book was lacklustre. Maybe it’s just me, but I want real laugh out loud moments if the book promises me one… Overall, a good read in this genre.
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