Saturday, February 1, 2014

Review: Mr. Maybe By: Jane Green

Mr. MaybeMr. Maybe by Jane Green
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Libby Mason decided Mr. Right might not be here, but Mr. Right Now in Nick and his hot body and fear of commitment was. Choosing to keep it casual, something deeper soon grows, until the feelings are too much and too serious for Nick to handle. With a broken heart, Libby makes a list of her perfect man, and soon Britain’s wealthiest bachelor Ed is checking off the boxes of her list – from flowers and gifts to the luxurious mansion in the perfect neighborhood. Even as the list is being fulfilled, she finds she is compromising herself more and more, and just why is it that at her engagement party all she thought of was Nick who sat across the table.
This was okay, felt a little Bridget Jones, but not quite. I wanted to like Libby but couldn’t, I found her superficial, whiny, lacking likability. I loved her friends and questioned their sanity and dimensional qualities simply for being a friend with someone so one dimensional. Very predictable storyline, somewhat unfortunate dialogue – especially internal. This is a beach read, a bit of fluff.

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