Title: The Love Market
Publisher: McArthur & Company
Pub Date: 2 February 2010
Author: Carol Mason
The Love Market is one book that I think most married couple could easily relate to, especially if they have been married for years and with children. I don’t know if you have heard about the 7 years itch and whatnot, but The Love Market demonstrate exactly just that-evaluation of one’s relationship with the other half as well as unresolved issues in marriage.
The Love Market, despite being a contemporary romance, tackles alot of marital issues without being overly preachy or lame. This is one insightful and inspirational book and I rate it 4 out of 5 stars.
When a marriage ends and a first love reappears, Celine Lewis is about to learn that moving on is as complicated as going back.
Three years after seeing her first love, Patrick, quite by chance in London, Celine’s ten-year marriage to Mike is over and she is running her own business, called The Love Market, a professional matchmaking service in Northern England. She’s coping with the unanticipated heartbreak of a marriage ending, and her quirky twelve-year-old daughter who seems to blame her for the split.
Then, out of the blue, Patrick emails. Tempted to find out if all the old feelings can possibly still be there, she’s thrown into tailspin again when Mike has an unusual proposition for her, forcing her to question whether a divorce really means it’s over.
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