Difficult to put down. Very engrossing story. Touching. Like the characters, was left unsure of whether the justice served - was something that could have been done without. In the end, too much was lost.
This was a hilarious one. Our protagonist - Mel Fuller is a gossip columnist and quite the girl next door - compassionate, pet lover, concerned neighbour, well... a do-gooder. An unforeseen catastrophe lands her into a situation that will have you both rolling around laughing yourself silly as well as wanting to jump right into the book and shake some sense into Mel.
Enter the prince charming...he's everything a girl could want, but he's not who he says he is.
Pets out of control, job on the line, a heart gone awry and a mystery to solve. Can the plot get any better?
Meg spins such a fine tale of love, deception and everything in between. You would not want to put this one down. It's a great book to read and I would recommend you get a copy for yourself now. :)
“Arranged” is a lovely, light-hearted romantic drama. The protagonist- Ann Blythe has been in several disappointing relationships that have left her disheartened and sad. In search of a meaningful relationship, she takes a chance and approaches what she thinks to be a dating company only to find it’s anything but. Soon Anne finds herself on a journey, an adventure of a lifetime. Would she find the happiness she is looking for? Is it possible to find love ‘arranged’ by someone else?
I found Catherine’s writing style very refreshing and comforting. She weaves a most endearing romantic drama that is fun to read and thoroughly enjoyable. I know not everyone is comfortable with the whole concept of arranged marriages, but having grown in a culture where it is well practiced, I liked the respect Catherine gives to it and how gently she handles the subject. The story is interesting and flows effortlessly. The characters are well crafted and seem familiar.
Do give it a shot; it definitely is worth the time and money.