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Better Than the Real Thing By Sue Haasler,

  • Title: Better Than the Real Thing
  • Author: Sue Haasler
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Art galleries You might think they re boring, but a quick visit to an art gallery one rainy morning started off a whole chain of events for me that encompassed sex, lies and the modern digital equivalent of videotape As well as a wedding and a funeral that never happened, a dramatic reconstruction of one of the drier scenes of Titanic, a little kung fu and spoon bendinArt galleries You might think they re boring, but a quick visit to an art gallery one rainy morning started off a whole chain of events for me that encompassed sex, lies and the modern digital equivalent of videotape As well as a wedding and a funeral that never happened, a dramatic reconstruction of one of the drier scenes of Titanic, a little kung fu and spoon bending, and dancing to Barry Manilow in Basingstoke All beginning with meeting a fictional man who d been murdered and decapitated centuries previously Art galleries boring As if.
    Better Than the Real Thing Art galleries You might think they re boring but a quick visit to an art gallery one rainy morning started off a whole chain of events for me that encompassed sex lies and the modern digital equival

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    1. Why is it that the British write the best chick lit Helen Fielding, Sophie Kinsella,and Marian Keyes well she s Irish but spent her twenties in London so close enough write amazing books in this genre, and now, I am adding Sue Haasler to the list Better than the Real Thing contains all of the elements that make chick lit so fun to read There is the unlucky in love first person narrator, the requisite family drama, a smattering of hot boys, A Mr Wrong that seems to be a Mr Right, and of course, t [...]

    2. Better Than the Real Thing Sue HaaslerReview from Jeannie Zelos Book reviews I was after something different to read, something light but romantic, so chose this I didn t notice that humour was one of the descriptions, but soon was laughing from the clever quips and snarky comments in the novel Its not in your face, spoon feed humour, but the clever sort, that creeps in almost unnoticed and then has the reader sniggering and there was lots of it I still remember the time you set me up with that [...]

    3. So So I have read worse, but I have also read loads much better I amost gave up at 70 per cent, there seemed to be so much irrelevant content, but stuck with it to the quite predictable end There was a bit of a story in there, for about four chapters or so.

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