Sunday, December 11, 2016

Fabulous Freebie Book Review - Three Men and a Maybe

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Review by Suze
 
It's New Year's Eve and Cerys is at a pub with her friends. Nothing special is happening until countdown, when all of a sudden her ex-fiancé Ricky goes on one knee to ask Cerys to marry him. Soon after the barman of the pub, Angelo, who's a real ladies' man, proposes as well. And then last, but not least, Cerys's best friend Huw asks her to marry him at the exact same time too. Which man will Cerys choose, is one of them giving her enough butterflies in her stomach to say yes?
 
Three Men and a Maybe is a great story set in a crowded pub on New Year's Eve. I loved the idea of beginning the new year very different from the one before because of three amazing proposals. Cerys has a history with each of the men, but who is the one that has won her heart? It was certainly entertaining to find out and I read the story with a big smile on my face.
 
Katey Lovell writes lively, dreamy stories that always have a creative angle. I love the way she sees the world and her writing makes me cheerful. She has a distinctive writing style and I like her original use of adverbs very much. I enjoy her sense of humor and she makes sure there are plenty of unexpected and interesting twists and turns. Three Men and a Mabe is festive, fabulous and fun.
 
Advice
 
If you like reading quick lighthearted stories, you should definitely get Three Men and a Maybe.

10 comments:

  1. Ohh, I got this story when it was free for preorder.
    The story sounds naive a bit, like, Three men proposing the same woman in the same night, but as you liked it, I will give this one a try (as soon as I finish the book I'm currently reading). It's a short story so at least I know I'll finish it in a day. :)

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  2. This sounds very entertaining!

    --Trix

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  3. This sounds like a great book. I will have to check it out. Thanks for the review.

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  4. Wow 3 proposals in one night? Sounds like a good read, fun read.

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  5. What on earth will she do? I'm curious now :)

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  6. Three proposals. I hope flowers accompany at least one. Sounds like a good read.

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  7. I like the clever title and of course, the Welsh names!

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  8. Sounds like a cute book to read over a snowy weekend. Like you, I enjoy it when an author uses vivid descriptions.
    Dianna

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