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Book Reviews of Love: A User's Guide

Love: A User's Guide
Love A User's Guide
Author: Clare Naylor
ISBN-13: 9780449005569
ISBN-10: 0449005569
Publication Date: 7/6/1999
Pages: 288
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.

3.3 stars, based on 49 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Chick Flick at its best.Amy spends her days working at Vogue.....So..when London\'s hottest film star starts to woo her...will it be true love...or will this all go to Amy\'s head. A truly delightful read.
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Helpful Score: 1
This was a cute book. I really fell in love with the hunky, yet romantic, Orlando Rock --- Yes he is a famous actor (think Brad Pitt). I had a hard time really understanding Amy sometimes though. She is very self centered and arrogant, but in the end she figures everything out and I liked her much more. A little slow at times, but it was worth the read!!! I am definetly going to read more of Clare Naylor!
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Funnt...Funnny...Funny. I loved it.
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Fun read!
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Another chick lit novel for us lovers' of that genre.

From back cover:
"For with fame, fortune, and true love just around the corner, Amy's head is spinning, her jet-fueled imagination poised for takeoff. Is her love for Orlando, stronger than her lust for the limelight- or is she merely, fated to be the paparazzi's latest prey? " " A novel for anyone who ever thought, 'If only I could Meet Colin Firth/ Ralph Fiennes'. . ."
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A good romantic romp.
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The annoying third person narrator who steps into this story occasionally really detracts from the book, and the plot is more outrageously unbelievable than most. But still a mildly entertaining read.
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