Despite her broken heart, when Dilly Gently joins Magnus Olensen's new band, the chemistry between them is explosive. Both impossibly romantic dizzy blondes with the souls of poets, they could be made for each other. But before they have chance to declare themselves, Dilly's friend Nell confides that she has a huge crush on Magnus, and Dilly nobly steps down in order to play reluctant matchmaker.
Nell returns the favour by setting her friend up with her dashing twin brother Flipper. But Flipper the bounder is not a good rebound for a true romantic. He hides a secret that could break Dilly's heart all over again.
©2006 Fiona Walker (P)2008 ISIS Publishing Ltd
The inconsistent narration to the previous book bemuses me, what happened to Anke's accent, Tongue in Cheek she has a soft Danish lilt, Four Play she sounds like a German goat herder, horrid.
Please keep constancy with the narrators if you have characters in multiple books, you lose the charm.
I have read other books by this author, but this one was very disappointing. The main characters behave like spoilt children, have no substance, and I had no interest by the end of the book whether it had a happy ending or not. The story felt disjointed, and all the characters' silly names were just confusing and annoying, even though I have read other Oddlode series books. The narrator did a good job with a poor story.
Probably not after this one.
None springs to mind.
No. I wouldn't be interested in knowing what happens to the characters in this book.
I can't imagine many people over 20 enjoying this book.
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