The Perfect Man

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Headline Review, 2009 - Authors - 503 pages
17 Reviews

From a bestselling brand author comes a captivating novel about family ties, romance and leaving the past behind

Two very different sisters, Mia (still in love with Alejo, the married father of her daughter) and Britt (the ice maiden, who has ironically written a romantic bestseller), join a luxury honeymoon cruise in the Caribbean where Britt is the guest lecturer. Also on board are recently widowed Leo, still reeling from the discovery of his wife's betrayal just before her death, and Steve, a ship's officer who's soon looking for more than a holiday romance with Mia. Can Steve replace Alejo and is there any chance that Britt and Leo can see that they really should get together? When the characters head for home - Mia to Spain, the others to Dublin - it seems that all romantic options are off, especially as Leo rashly got engaged to glamorous, man-eating Pippin while at sea. But love has a way of triumphing in Sheila O'Flanagan's novels, even if it takes till the very last page...

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User Review  - Sofie - Goodreads

So the characters were good and the story was alright. But this book was way too long. After 500 pages I really want to care for the characters, but I got really disapointed. Too bad. Read around 100 pages, and if you like it, continue. If you don't, there are alot of great books out there. Read full review

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User Review  - Zarah - Goodreads

Clichéed and unlikely. The kind of chicklit that just serves to annoy me and cement boring old stereotypes. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Sheila O'Flanagan pursued a very successful career in banking, foreign exchange dealing and treasury management before becoming a full-time writer based in Dublin. She also writes a regular column for the Irish Times and in her spare time plays competitive badminton.

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