4 Reviews for Terrible With Raisins on Amazon

And I promise that no money changed hands…
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It feels real, 23 July 2013
Mr. Mw Arnold “A Young Romantic” (Guildford, England)
This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Kindle Edition)

Set mostly on a sunny Greek island, this book’s definitely more than just a holiday read. The characters are well-rounded and wholly believable – I found myself easily immersed – and the rock-solid writing and sharp dialogue raise it above the usual Kindle crowd. As the story progresses you begin to feel you’re actually there on the island with the cast, and the book keeps you wondering until the end how it will turn out. Quality.

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A heroine for us all, 24 July 2013
This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Kindle Edition)

This intricate and realistic examination of female relationships – seen through the eyes of a wonderful, trying-to-be-feisty heroine riddled with doubt – will strike a chord with all women readers. Not to mention a rocking love story and pure, delightful escapism in the book’s locations! McVernon has a clear and engaging voice, one we’re all hoping to hear again soon.

5.0 out of 5 stars Good Holiday Read, 2 Aug 2013
This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Kindle Edition)

Made me feel like I was back on the Greek Island of Simi where I have spent many wonderful holidays.

5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing new female voice – with a sense of humour!, 30 July 2013
This review is from: Terrible With Raisins (Kindle Edition)

I loved this book! From the summary description I would never have picked it up, assuming it to be “chick lit” of the more amateur variety – but how wrong I was. Lynne McVernon has a wonderful style and uniquely dry sense of humour. I wish I’d written down some of her more pithy phrases to pass off as my own in conversation! I found it hard to put down the further I read, and still find myself caring about the characters and wondering what became of them.

I recommend this wholeheartedly.

If anyone reading these has read Terrible With Raisins – please would you put a review on Amazon?  It would be terribly helpful…
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