[New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young


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    [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book about Harriet Grey a single woman from London Harriet meets an interesting man John Mackenzie only minutes after she has seen him with Nina an old schoolmate who never treated Harriet well Harriet is immediatately taken with John but is worried that he is involved with Ni

  2. says: [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young

    free read Fair Game download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read It took a while to read this one The thick slang and the slow beginning and the fact that I was only reading it before bed made me read it very slowly but I'm glad I did The ending was amazingly suspenseful and very sweet Definitely worth the trouble

  3. says: [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young

    [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young is my new favorite author and my mission is to devour the rest of her titles right uick Harriet lives with new mom Sally and best guy friend Jacko and runs into hunky John while avoiding her high school arch nemisis Nina aka The White Witch of Narnia who John just happens to be dating Could it get complic

  4. says: Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young

    free read Fair Game [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young 25 stars

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    download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read In ‘A Promising Man’ Harriet instantly falls for John when they first meet but a series of misunderstandings

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    [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young I enjoyed very much reading this romantic comedy about Harriet a 29 year old who lives in London This story was very easy to read and made you not want to put the book down I mostly enjoyed it for two reasons First because Harriet the main character and the narrator Another reason is because the book does not only talk about the same thing over and over The story has many things happening at once With Harriet which was m favorite characte

  7. says: [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read

    Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young Well this is my first Elizabeth Young novel and I'm not sure if I will continue reading There were several moments of witty banter but I never fully connected with Harriet or Jon In some ways I felt like the book evolved around the secondary

  8. says: free read Fair Game [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read

    [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read Awe really good I had a hard time getting into it at first because the Brit lish was a bit over my head but once I got a hang of it I loved it I also liked how it wasn't like all other chick lit going on about designer this and expensive whatever that

  9. says: Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young

    free read Fair Game Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young I didn't like the beginning very much Too many British slangs made it difficult to follow Who speaks like that?But they seemed to disappear as the book went onAnd I was surprised with the plot twist

  10. says: [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read

    download · eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ¼ Elizabeth Young Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read [New] (Fair Game) author Elizabeth Young I liked this book but it was kind of slow I found myself skipping ahead sometimes The ending was cute very happy

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free read Fair Game

free read Fair Game characters Fair Game ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read With someone else NinaGlamorous Nina wasn't exactly Harriet's best friend at school but Harriet has principles Still surely one innocent little drink to repay a favour wouldn't hurt Her friends a. In A Promising Man Harriet instantly falls for John when they first meet but a series of misunderstandings hinders them from being together This mainly stems from her belief that John is dating Nina a gorgeous girl she used to go to school with and the one who has always been patronizing towards her In the meantime Harriet is caught in the middle of everyone else s dramas her best friend Sally is a jobless single mother Jacko is recovering from an accident Jacko s sister Tara has run away from home her father has met a new woman and her mother pesters her to find out if that woman is right for her father Simultaneously she longs to be with John yet she doesn t like feeling like the side dish when Nina is the main course Plus if John can cheat on Nina with her that makes him untrustworthy Will Harriet get her happily ever afterThe answer is of course a no brainer Initially I didn t enjoy the multiple storylines because there was too much going on coupled with too many characters to keep track of Later I started to warm up to some of those particularly because the author truly took the time to flesh out most of the characters hence each storyline s resolution mattered at least to a certain degree to me The incorporation of different storylines also helped to prevent repetition and instead paved the way towards revelations and diversity The latter was successful as different issues were explored relationships being a single mother rebellious youths moving on etcThat being said the book was a little long winded at times especially if you re mainly interested in Harriet and John because the focus tended to shift towards the other minor storylines Plus it was frustrating that she didn t just straight up ask him whether he was indeed dating Nina Considering her personality it was strange I did like Harriet though as she was uite funny lively and honest John was a great match for her as he could keep up with her jokes and sarcasm Their conversations flowed naturally leaving me with absolutely no doubt that they belong togetherI appreciated how two dimensional most characters were even the ones who weren t featured much For instance Harriet s gossiping friend Rosie wasn t merely the nosy type she did show some tact and understanding as she didn t always pass on whatever that was said to her in the strictest confidence Nina was interesting she certainly had a superiority complex yet it was hard to describe her as mean because she was good at being subtle Sally was a superb supportive friend and I liked that she could be grumpy and somewhat self absorbed sometimes It made her feel real rather than a mere best friend prop Jacko was fun and likeableDespite being a chick lit book this one didn t mention fashion at all and that was a relief compared to some books which constantly bombard you with designer names and descriptions of every character s outfit I don t uite mind that as long as the story is well written but anyhow this was still a refreshing change for it had some substance and generous doses of humour albeit being longer than necessary The ending was perfect it was sort of a sweet revenge only with emphasis on sweet rather than the revenge bit It was also funny and ended the book on a high note Overall A Promising Man was hard to get into in the beginning due to several storylines and characters being introduced at once but persist and you might just enjoy it

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Fair Game

free read Fair Game characters Fair Game ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read Ren't so sureHarriet tries to be strict but John Mackenzie won't stay out of her life When she finds herself alone at Christmas she'd have to be a saint to walk awayAnd halos never did suit Harrie. Well this is my first Elizabeth Young novel and I m not sure if I will continue reading There were several moments of witty banter but I never fully connected with Harriet or Jon In some ways I felt like the book evolved around the secondary characters and there were a lot than the main ones 25 Starssigh Please someone who reads this review recommend me some British Chick Lits similar to Sarra Manning Paige Toon or Gemma Burgess I ve already tried L Kelk J Colgan LA Holmes J Green J Costello S Kinsella M Keyes H Evans M McFarlane Any recs would be much appreciated

Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read

free read Fair Game characters Fair Game ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Elizabeth Young ¼ 7 read Up to her eyes with her friends' dramas Harriet Grey has no time for her own Let alone getting entangled with John Mackenzie He might be the most gorgeous man she's met for ages But he's entangled. Elizabeth Young is my new favorite author and my mission is to devour the rest of her titles right uick Harriet lives with new mom Sally and best guy friend Jacko and runs into hunky John while avoiding her high school arch nemisis Nina aka The White Witch of Narnia who John just happens to be dating Could it get complicated Of course but that s the fun Funny light hearted and just enough plausible misunderstandings to make it real this British novel was well worth the read

  • Paperback
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  • Fair Game
  • Elizabeth Young
  • English
  • 21 January 2020
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