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Share at. She had a lot going on in her life and more than her fair share of emotionally draining and difficult situations.

As a young widow she was left emotionally scarred and truly believed that she would never be able to love again. Chris on the other hand was rich, famous and seemingly carefree.

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I loved the fact that love did not come easily to this couple. They had very real struggles and challenges and Battah was able to write about these characters in a way that made me not only care for them but ache for them as well.

Julia and Chris were surprisingly complex, authentic and human.

When I started reading Mad About the Boy I was expecting a light fluffy love story but there was so much more than that going on in this novel. It was actually a lot more serious and emotional than I expected. Just wait for some of the curveballs that Battah added in to completely turn this story on its head! I am not one to comment on editing, punctuation or word choice but in this case I need to say something.

See, I really loved the story, and characters, and the author actually made me feel something when I was reading. There were a lot of sentences that had the wrong words inserted, and awkward phrasing. It frustrates me when I storyline and characters that I love fall flat.

At times it felt as though there was not enough follow through with ideas. One thing that really bothers me is laundry listing a scene, or telling rather than showing what is going on.Realized was irresponsible and lazy parenting, but decided not as bad as emotional damage inicted by awareness of melting-down mother over someone closer in age to Gaaah!

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Very sad, now, trying to say no through his sleep. Whether she is unintentionally announcing her family's head lice infestation to her production team or getting stuck in a tree while looking after her daughter, fans will find Fielding's third Bridget Jones installment hilarious and thoroughly entertaining. Bridget, now a single mother to two young children, is trying to catch up with the rest of the world.

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