Teri has dated more men than she's had low-calorie, low-fat dinners, and she still hasn't found Mr Right. She's found other men, though: Mr Lazy, Mr Greedy, Mr Completely Selfish, Mr Looking-for-Mother-Substitute and Mr Pervert. But no Mr Right.
That is until she's literally knocked off her feet by Jamie Duncan as they rush to catch the same train from Euston station: the 18.07 from platform eight. It's not long before love blossoms and commuting takes on a whole new meaning. There's just one problem. Teri may have found Mr Right, but he may not be Mr Available....
I didn't like that it was on the wrong side of the infidelity theme. Couldn't get behind the characters, so flipped top the end hated it even more and deleted it.
Loved this story. Had many giggles and the narrator Julia Barrie is perfect, as always.
Loved it loved it loved it brilliant listening great story didn't want to get to the end 👍👍👍👍
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I usually smile a lot and laugh out loud when reading her books but I found myself tearful more than once with this one. The tone is a bit dispairing throughout and I wasn't ready for it! Good read and the narrator is well suited to this story x
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I normally enjoy Carole Matthews' books but not this one. I didn't warm to the two main characters at all and didn't find myself wanting things to work out for them.
I thought Terri came across as whingy and moaning and really couldn't see what Jamie saw in her. I also found all the 90s references made the book feel rather dated. Definitely not Carole at her best!
Great twists and turns of the emotions of love affairs, family life, hurts and reconciliation. A really emotive book