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Dan and Nat Got Married

By: Jon Rance
Length: 11 hrs and 13 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Marriage can be difficult. Especially when you've only just met. 

Meet Dan Fox, 34, an online marketing manager from Clapham who was jilted at the altar two years ago by the love of his life and hasn’t dated since. Nat Howard, 32, is living back at home with her parents in Dorking after her perfect boyfriend dumped her and she had to move out of his bespoke flat in Putney.  

On separate Stag and Hen weekends in Las Vegas, Dan and Nat wake up married. Both too drunk to remember what happened, they return to England and try to get on with their lives. But there was something about Nat that makes the usually cautious Dan think they should give their marriage a go. Nat’s still in love with her ex, but maybe Dan can help mend her broken heart. 

Can marriage between two relative strangers really work? And when Nat's ex-boyfriend - the gorgeous Charlie - comes back into her life, she must decide - something old or something new? 

Set in London, Dan And Nat Got Married is a funny and full of heart modern romantic comedy about marriage, relationships and giving love a second chance.

©2016 Jon Rance (P)2018 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Funny and Heart Warming

Genuinely enjoyed the story. I laughed and cried and laughed hysterically again.
The male narrator was great however I did not like the female narration at all. Her voice was shrill and annoying and she spoke infuriatingly slow. It was distracting.
I would read another book by this author.