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The Dating Game

The Dating Game by Susan Buchanan

Date Finished: 21/11/12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This ebook follows Gill, a recruitment consultant, who after being single for a while signs up to a dating agency (we all know a Gill).

The plot follows Gill through her unforgettable dates and her relationships with her three best friends. As you read along, you can’t help but grow a liking for Gill’s character.

Susan Buchanan’s style of writing is perfect for a good chicklit. I often find the typical chicklits quite mediocre in the sense that they are usually similar in plot and style. However the dating game is not like this.

Well written and full of drama, this is certainly not your average chick lit…

 

 

 

Also check out our 5 star review of Susan Buchanan’s first novel – Sign of the Times!

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Sundays in Bed With … #6

Time for another Sundays in Bed with…

This morning I was in bed reading The Dating Game by Susan Buchanan.

I received this kindle book for review by the author and can’t wait to properly get stuck into its plot.

Susan Buchanan is a wonderful writer and both me and Specs love her style.

So if you can’t wait for our review, go buy it yourself at Amazon UK

Ginger x

Sundays in Bed with is a meme hosted by midnightbookgirl.com

 
 

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Sign of the Times

ImageSign of the Times by Susan Buchanan

Date Finished: 24/08/12

Pages: 478 (Ebook)

Hey guys, I picked up this book as a referral from the author and after reading the sample on Amazon was hooked. The book focuses on 12 people all wth different signs of the Modern Zodiac, and although this book sounds like a monumental task Susan Buchanan delivered this story with ease, making it look easy. Although this is not normally the type of book I would be interested in and appeared to be a chicklit. I was immediately hooked, the plot is engrossing and I couldn’t put it down. I felt like every time there was a big shock, it would change perspective and have me on the edge of my seat. Susan did an excellent job of portraying each of the individual characters and yet still managing to link their story-lines together. The only problem with the book I found was that it finished, I could have happily read on, but with a sequel in the works (due for release in 2013), I won’t have to wait much longer. Overall this book whilst well written had enough depth to keep me interested throughout and I found myself telling myself just read one more page, one more. I would recommend this book for anyone as it is so diverse and there is something in there for everyone. If you don’t believe me give the sample a read and you will not be disappointed!

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Reviewed by Specs o-o

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Posted by on August 24, 2012 in Book Reviews, Uncategorized

 

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