Review: “Missi’s Dating Adventures” by Carol Balawyder

Thank you, Christopher, for this lovely review.
For those of you unfamiliar with Christopher’s web site, do have a look. You won’t be disappointed.

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Missi's dating

Not a Bridget Jones kind of dating farce as I had expected this is a more serious and heart-felt return of a vulnerable and divorced womanΒ into the tough reality of dating.
There is no pretence as Missi meets a series of very unlikely candidates to make her happy. Missi writes with honesty how these encounters occur, without simply ridiculing them as some chick-lit might do it. Unsuitable these men, however, remain, which provides some mild amusement on the way.
Before she can find happiness she has to learn some tough lessons and maybe learn to be on her own. The chapters end with great statements about what Missi has learned and how she has grown from the experience.
Honest, thoughtful and refreshing this is a coming of age story as much as it is a reflection on modern life and expectations from relationships.
Highly recommended reading.

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21 thoughts on “Review: “Missi’s Dating Adventures” by Carol Balawyder

  1. So lovely to see your book getting rave reviews on the circuit Carol ❀ PS I read Paradise CafΓ©! You will find my review on both Amazon.com and .ca and Goodreads of course. πŸ™‚

  2. I believe Christoph has one of the best style of reviews. I already filled out paperwork at library for yours, Christoph, and others for book purchases. Anneli and Luanne in another “batch.” πŸ™‚ I just don’t get books due to smaller space, Carol. Your books sound delightful and cannot wait to read this one! πŸ™‚
    Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving, Carol. β™‘

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