Advertising for Love by Darcee Tana

Advertising for Love

By Darcee Tana

  • Release Date: 2010-12-11
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
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Description

'A woman who could not forget her past, and a man who would not give up on their future -Tizzy McKenzie a shy but talented consultant in an advertising agency loved her work. She had a wonderful boss in Grant Mallaby and a great friend in Becky Whitman. And then one morning she gave him a lift and suddenly their sensible world was turned upside down.And that was before the 'cupids' stepped in.

Reviews

  • Advertising for love

    5
    One of the best books I've read in a long time
  • Advertising for Love by Darcee Tana

    5
    By North of Disneyland
    I just finished reading this book & loved it! It was written very well and was very descriptive. You felt the feelings of the couple and enjoyed a lovely story with lots of twists & turns. You understood their love for each other and how that made them make some miss steps. It was very enjoyable and I would recommend it to everyone who enjoys reading.
  • Amazing in a way

    4
    By CrisMay22
    I would say u should read this book it's I amazing but the part is is that there is some miss spelled words u just have to figure out what word would go there but this book I could not put it down no joke READ THIS BOOK!! 🤗😊
  • True love story

    5
    By parkertp
    No other words needed. This is a true love story written very well. Think I have found a new author.
  • Advertising for Love

    5
    By Gzcf
    Really Great boot you will miss definitely enjoy reading it
  • No editor?

    1
    By 2B read
    I have never written a review even though I have read thousands of books. I occasionally rate with stars, but I felt such continued frustration throughout this entire story, that I felt the need to speak up. Surely the author has an editor or a friend or a simple computer program to point out the monumental and even minor mistakes? While the story had the requisite happy ending, getting through the misspelled words, incorrect grammar and the fact that that made it appear as if a 12 year old wrote it (or maybe 10 year old), made it a frustrating read. Although the book was written several years ago, I would think a revised copy should be made for an update, because if I were the author, I'd be embarrassed. I realize this is brutal honesty...but getting through the mistakes were painful! I'm giving it a star because, after all, I read books for the happily ever after endings.
  • Don't waste your time

    1
    By Sad about the update
    Don't waste your time. Choppy and implausible as well as being annoying and overly dramatic.
  • Disappointed

    2
    By teachhog
    I think this story had some great potential, but it just wasn't up to par with other romance novels. 1) The typos and grammatical errors were almost embarrassing. It seemed like every few lines there was a mistake, and that shouldn't happen. 2) The storyline just kept slipping, and I didn't feel like there was fluidity. 3) It was unrealistic. While I don't think it's impossible for two completely opposite characters to meet and fall in love, I do think the way in which the two characters fell in love here is so unlikely that it's almost comical.
  • Good read!

    5
    By KFGC
    Enjoyed this PG romance.
  • Loved it

    4
    By Bobet?
    This is a very good book. The end does not give it justice though, I think the end could be much better.

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