!!> Reading ➳ Going Dutch ➬ Author Katie Fforde – Anguillais.us

Going Dutch Jo Edwards Never Planned To Live On A Barge She S Not Even Sure She Likes Boats But When Her Husband Trades Her In For A Younger Model, She Finds Her Options Alarmingly Limited.Dora Hamilton Never Planned To Run Out On Her Own Wedding But As The Big Day Approaches, Her Cold Feet Show No Signs Of Warming Up And Accepting Jo S Offer Of Refuge Aboard The Three Sisters Seems The Only Alternative.As Jo And Dora Embark On Reorganising Their Muddled Lives, They Realise They Both Need A Practical Way To Keep Themselves Afloat But, Despite Their Certainty That They Ve Sworn Off Men For Good, They Haven T Bargained For The Persistent Intervention Of Attractive But Enigmatic Marcus, And Laid Back, Charming Tom, Who Both Seem Determined To Help Them Whether They Like It Or Not

!!> Reading ➳ Going Dutch  ➬ Author Katie Fforde – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 432 pages
  • Going Dutch
  • Katie Fforde
  • English
  • 12 December 2017
  • 0099517876

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➳ Going Dutch ➬ Author Katie Fforde – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    After reading some other reviews of how boring this book was, I am going to say, I disagree Yes, it was a little slow but I liked it I like some of KFs style, some I don t It doesnt stop me from reading her books I think this was probably my favourite Weird, right Maybe because it still gave me a satisfactory HEA with the hero and heroine ,who are in their 50s, finding each other after wasting years and tears on substandard mates Maybe I just liked reading about barge life Maybe I liked After reading some other reviews of how boring this book was, I am going to say, I disagree Yes, it was a little slow but I liked it I like some of KFs style, some I don t It doesnt stop me from reading her books I think this was probably my favourite Weird, right Maybe because it still gave me a satisfactory HEA with the hero and heroine ,who are in their 50s, findin...


  2. says:

    Almost becoming the first book of Katie Fforde s that I could not finished The earlier chapters were so slow moving that I really wanted to give up the book That is, I have to wait until halfway through to become really interested.Looking at the title, I thought th...


  3. says:

    Ugh, this wasboring than watching paint dry There s a few plot points that the author could have used to make this interesting Tom s dares, Jo s change of career, the numerous love matches etc but instead it all gets jumbled up together and you find yourself reading passage after passage about cooking lasagne and making cups of tea Whilst this sounds characteristically British, it makes for a dull, slow novel The characters Jo and Dora set out to make lives for themselves, so Dora g Ugh, this wasboring than watching paint dry There s a few plot points that the author could have used to make this interesting Tom s dares, Jo s change of career, the numerous love matches etc but instead it all gets jumbled up together and you find yourself reading passage after passage about cooking lasagne and making cups of tea Whilst this sounds characteristically Br...


  4. says:

    I read and reviewed on Bookcrossing in 2008http www.bookcrossing.com journal 6 Katie Fforde is in my opinion one of the better writers of chick lit This is her thirteenth novel and I admit to having read most of them, as her writing has always been enjoyable when I feel the need for some romantic escapism However I was disappointed with this one as it even lacked a plot just a typical theme, take two very different women Jo and Dora, both sworn off men until they fall for the charms of M I read and reviewed on Bookcrossing in 2008http www.bookcrossing.com journal 6 Katie Fforde is in my opinion one of the better writers of chick lit This is her thirteenth novel and I admit to having read most of them, as her writing has always been enjoyable when I feel the need for some romantic escapism However I was disappointed with this one as it even lacked a plot just a typical theme, take two very different women Jo and Dora, both sworn off men until they fall for the charms of Marcus and Tom Neither of the romances felt convincing either, just all rather predictable I also foundthan a few of the comments and use of words irritating such as the over use of perimenopausal I think we got ...


  5. says:

    This was my least favorite Katie Fforde, but then I read Artistic License However, it s still in my bottom two.I hate that Dora just quit her job to live on a houseboat because she broke off her engagement Why do no Katie Fforde heroines have careers I hate that Jo s love interest had a girlfriend for, oh, at least half the...


  6. says:

    Waah, het boek had veel potentie, maar ik kwam er maar niet doorheen D De beloofde boottocht liet maar op zich wachten en besloeg eigenlijk maar een paar hoofdstukken van het boek, wat wel oke was als de opbouw er naartoe niet zooooooo laaaaaaaang duurde.Waarschijnlijk was dat om de karakters goed te leren kennen, maar dat is bij mij ook niet echt gelukt.Ik had bij niemand echt van ah yes en Carole verdiende een bitchslap.Maar goed, de oude leute hebben party seks en Tom en Dora worden snel afge Waah, het boek had veel potentie, maar ik kwam er maar niet doorheen D De beloofde boottocht liet maar op zich wachten en besloeg eigenlijk maar een paar hoofdstukken van het boek, wat wel oke was als de opbouw er naartoe niet zooooooo laaaaaaaang duurde.Waarschijnlijk was dat om de karakters goed te leren kennen, maar dat is bij mij ook niet echt gelukt.Ik had bij niemand echt van ah yes en Carole verdiende een bitchslap.Maar goed, de oude leute hebben party seks en...


  7. says:

    This book features two romances about equally Jo s longtime husband recently dumped her for a younger woman Dora recently dumped her boring fiance right before their wedding Needing to escape her meddling mother, Dora s best friend convinces her to live with her mother Jo on a barge outside of London Dora and Jo get along fine on the barge and quickly get involved with a number of the barging community Eventually new men come into both Jo and Dora s lives, but the romance is for the m This book features two romances about equally Jo s longtime husband recently dumped her for a younger woman Dora recently dumped her boring fiance right before their wedding Needing to escape her meddling mother, Dora s best friend convinces her to live with her mother Jo on a barge outside of London Dora and Jo get along fine on the barge and quickly get involved with a number of the barging community Eventually new men come into both Jo and Dora s lives, but the romance is for the most part pret...


  8. says:

    predictable and not at all up to the usual fforde books that I ve loved character names were confusing, Dora should have been jo, Jo should have been Dora I had to keep going back to see which character it was


  9. says:

    I m usually not a fan of chick lit, but I so enjoyed this Perhaps it was the food and drink and general fun A perfect read in the hairdressers


  10. says:

    Did not like it at all Abandoned after a third as jut wasn t going anywhere

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