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by Dianne Blacklock

ePub Almost Perfect download
Author:
Dianne Blacklock
ISBN13:
978-0330421829
ISBN:
0330421824
Publisher:
Macmillan (May 2005)
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1397 kb
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1794 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
160

I’ve Got You Under My Skin, words and music by Cole Porter. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the publisher. National Library of Australia. cation Data: Blacklock, Dianne. ISBN 0 330 42182 4. A823.

In here, in the bathroom. Louise appeared in the doorway. Sorry, couldn’t hear you from here. ck against the wall, resting her head against the cistern. You’re still throwing up?’. No, I’m thinking about taking up plumbing, so I’m acclimatising. Louise put her hands on her hips. Sarcasm a side effect of the illness, is it?’. Sorry,’ said Georgie, smoothing the hair back off her forehead. I’m just in a bad mood. I can understand that.

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Pan Australia, 10 нояб . The two women run The Reading Room book shop and Louise just wishes that Georgie could experience the happiness she has found with Georgie's brother Nick. Mac and Anna's relationship is cracking under the strain of infertility. Dianne Blacklock, author of Call Waiting and Wife For Hire, expertly crafts a story of interweaving relationships which asks that crucial question: if there is no such thing as the 'perfect partner' how do you know when to settle for Almost Perfect?

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Jo had learned the hard way that life was not mystical, or magical; it was hard and grey and cold most of the time. Much better to see it for what it is than to be perennially disappointed. Ally Tasker is trapped in a dead-end teaching job and a relationship that's going nowhere. Her dreams of a fulfilling life after art college didn't include cleaning up after bored school children and being a doormat for her yuppie boyfriend. Dissatisfied with her picture-perfect life, a restless Meg longs to inject more passion and spontaneity into her days - but at what cost to her family's happiness? Read online.

Dianne Blacklock makes her long-awaited return with a sweeping tale of first love and second chances told with her trademark warmth and . Book Chat is out! Launching Liane Moriarty's wonderful new novel, Nine Perfect Strangers. Check it out! mailchi.

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Georgie Reading runs a successful bookshop - with a name like that, she was born to. A fun-loving friend, loyal sister and adored aunty, life's pretty good for Georgie. Except her love life, that is. Nothing seems to go right and she's ready to give up. On the other side of town, Anna and Mac appear to have the perfect marriage.
  • A rich married couple struggling with infertility and the man cheating on his wife with another woman.
    Picked up the book in a bookstore and loved every page. Very well written!

  • I am a fan of this author and have enjoyed a number of her books. A good story with a predictable ending.

  • Synopsis: This is a novel that unravels the many layers of relationships in a truth-and consequence journey. Included are a beautiful house in an upscale Sydney suburb, with Mac, as he sees his picture-perfect marriage cracking under the strain of infertility. And in a near by suburb, thirty-something Georgie, a bookstore owner, is trying to deal with a deadbeat roommate and no romantic prospects in sight.

    Pros: Great twist! Didn't figure it out until 2 paragraphs before it happened. Liked the contrast between the characters and the realistic fall out of choices made, steps taken and decisions made. Strong female characters and a well told story of IVF, families (siblings) and happy endings. Enjoyed the settings, locations and the dialogue.

    Cons: Nothing

    Cover art: 3 out of 5. Not much there besides the backside of a female model. Gah!

  • In an upscale suburb of Sydney, Australia, Anna and Mac seem to have it all as they are the perfect married couple obviously in love with one another while also succeeding in at their respective work. . However, being DINKs (double income no kids) has bothered both, but especially Anna. She has become obsessed with having a child, but seven years of infertility has left her depressed and turning to alcohol for comfort; he turns to other comforts and longer hours at the office to avoid her.

    In another nearby suburb, bookstore owner Georgie moans her lack of a love life. She wants a relationship in the worst way. When she meets Liam at her bookstore, she thinks she found Mr. Right. However, she soon believes he is not even close to being ALMOST PERFECT.

    The key cast members including others besides those above make for a warm contemporary Australian drama. The story line is driven by the needs and desires of the two women, whose actions inadvertently damage their relationships with the respective men in their lives. Though everything ties up too neatly in spite of so much angst, ALMOST PERFECT is a strong character study.

    Harriet Klausner

  • Medically inaccurate and nauseating. If you or anyone you know has had problems conceiving, you will be infuriated by this book. Skip it. Buy a book written by someone who is infertile, who has actually experienced infertility.

  • Absolutely love this book! I have read it 3 times and it pulls me in every time as if it is my first. The relationships between the characters are both realistic and heart-felt. I definitely recommend this one.

  • To me, the true test of a book's worthiness lies in the answer to the question,"Do I want to read more books by this author?" For Dianne Blacklock, whose books I discovered recently, the answer is a resounding "Yes! As soon as possible!".
    To quote the character Georgie from "Almost Perfect": "I like to feel good about a book. I want to care about the characters, to like them, to feel like I know them...that they might even be someone in my family, or one of my friends. And I want to be sad when I'm finished, when there's no more left to read". Thank you, Dianne Blacklock, for writing the kind of books Georgie and I love to read. I hope that more readers in North America discover you.

  • This was an engrossing book with great character and plot development...