A loveable hug of a book, one that retains a positive feel of realism while embracing you with its warmhearted wit. Rachel can’t foresee a time when she will ever want to rejoin the dating game, while Patrick has created an emotional fence around his world; a Thirty List is just what they need in order to appreciate life again. The author creates an authentic setting for this romance, problems and issues arise and are dealt with or occasionally swept under the carpet. Sweet or wryly diverting lists pop up throughout the book, while the main Thirty List makes rather a lot of appearances as items are crossed off it. Engaging and believable, this is a charming romantic comedy to curl up with and quite simply enjoy. ~ Liz Robinson
Everyone has one. That list. The things you were supposed to do before you turn thirty. Jobless, broke and getting a divorce, Rachel isn't exactly living up to her own expectations. And moving into grumpy single dad Patrick's box room is just the soggy icing on top of her dreaded thirtieth birthday cake. Eternal list-maker Rachel has a plan - an all new set of challenges to help her get over her divorce and out into the world again - from tango dancing to sushi making to stand-up comedy. But as Patrick helps her cross off each task, Rachel faces something even harder; learning to live - and love - without a checklist.
Closing date: 31/08/2018
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Publication date: 18/06/2015
Publisher: Mills & Boon an imprint of Harlequin (UK)
|Publication date:||18th June 2015|
|Publisher:||Mills & Boon an imprint of Harlequin (UK)|
|Genres:||Reader Reviewed Books, eBook Favourites, Relationship Stories,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Eva Woods lives in London, where she writes and teaches creative writing. She likes wine, pop music, and holidays, and thinks online dating is like the worst board game ever invented. Eva Woods lives in London, where she writes and teaches creative writing. She likes wine, pop music, and holidays, and thinks online dating is like the worst board game ever invented.More About Eva Woods