Sunday, October 14, 2012

Getting Over Mr. Right by Chrissie Manby

From Amazon - 


Have you ever had your heart broken? How did you get over it?
If a pint of ice cream cheered you up and you were able to delete his number and start again then . . . 
You’re a weirdo and this book is not for you.
But if you reacted with denial, begging, or a spot of casual witchcraft, then you’ve come to the right place. This is one woman’s journey from love to lunacy and back again. If you ever recall past heartbreaks with acute embarrassment and an urge to go into hiding, this will make you feel better. Sure, you may have sent his new girlfriend a bunch of dead roses, but did you spend a grand on psychic hot-lines and a voodoo curse?

Ashleigh Prince is an advertising executive in London who has been dating accountant Michael Parker for three years. She wants to get married and have a family but with her past track record, she doesn't want to rush Michael.

So Ashleigh is stunned when Michael dumps her on Facebook. Her best friend, Becky, comforts Ashleigh, telling her that she deserved better anyway. After three years, they should have, at least, been living together or planning their future. But Ashleigh is having none of that. She is determined to get Michael back, at any cost.
Ashleigh goes to some pretty extensive lengths to woo back Michael, but it ends up costing her – emotionally, financially and socially. She will have to hit rock bottom before she comes to her senses.
GETTING OVER MR. RIGHT is  about what not to do when you get dumped. Not only could you wind up in jail, you could lose all of your friends, your family could turn their backs on you and you could be homeless and all alone. Ashleigh has some hard lessons to learn, and she’ll suffer the consequences of her actions. A humorous, chick-lit book that is easy and fun to read.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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