Book Reviews of Perfect Strangers

Perfect Strangers
Perfect Strangers
Author: Robyn Sisman
ISBN-13: 9780140274400
ISBN-10: 0140274405
Publication Date: 7/2/1998
Pages: 464
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Gardners Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Can you fall in love with someone you've never met ? A novel that is irresistibly romantic, laugh-out-loud funny, and achingly true.
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Love Robyn Sisman and this one might be my favorite. This was also published in the US under another title.
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Great chick-lit!
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This was a thoroughly enjoyable book.
Two people working for the same advertising company, one in London and one in New York, swap positions for a month. Lloyd's pushy girlfriend Betsy insists on coming along for the ride and they stay in London, in Susannah's (just call me Suze) flat. Betsy can't believe the mess and disorderliness of it and at once sets to cleaning it up.
Meanwhile Suze is staying in Lloyd and Betsy's flat and loving it. She is the boss's pet, despite setting off a fire alarm on the first day when she has a cigarette in the library, thence learning smoking at work in the States is completely unacceptable.
When Lloyd loses his job, there's a strong smell of fish in the air -but no-one seems to notice except him. Suze by accident overhears a conversation and a bonk on the boardroom table after hours and things start clicking into place. She is the only one who can help Lloyd. Their phone conversations start to increase, and they both wonder -can you fall for someone who is a complete stranger?
The ending is perfect -highly recommended
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What a fun & wonderul story. Exciting from the very beginning! You'll enjoy this book from Robyn Sisman. Check out her other titles too!
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The book started off a tad bit slow. However, the character development was excellent! It took a few days to get into the book, but once I did I couldn't put it down. Literally, I read the last 300 pages in one day!