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If We're Not Married by Thirty

By: Anna Bell
Narrated by: Rebecca Courtney
Length: 12 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Summary

A brilliantly funny, romantic and effervescent listen, If We're Not Married by Thirty is the irresistible new novel from the best-selling author of The Bucket List to Mend a Broken Heart and It Started with a Tweet.   

Lydia's not exactly Living Her Best Life. She never imagined she'd be here at 30 - newly single, a job that's going nowhere and her friends all winning at life when she's still barely taking part. 

So she jumps at the chance of a free holiday and jets off to sunny Spain. Then, out of the blue, she bumps into her childhood friend, the handsome and charming Danny Whittaker. She's always had a crush on him, and they soon enter into a passionate holiday romance.  

But this relationship could be more than just a fling. Years ago they made a pact that if they were still single when they turned 30 they would get married. But no one really follows through on these pacts...right? Could Lydia's backup man really be her happy ever after? 

©2018 Anna Bell (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

“The perfect laugh-out-loud love story.” (Louise Peatland)

 “Smart, witty and completely fresh." (Cathy Bramley)

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Ok read

Lighthearted but the main character was annoying and made even more so by the narrator, who was irritating to listen to and awful at accents. Also made several mistakes whilst reading the book which added to the aggravation. Nonetheless an easy listen for a holiday read.

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