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  • Posted January 23, 2012

    Great read even for those who are not fans of reality TV

    I've now read all of Heather Wardell's books: Planning to Live, Go Small or Go Home, and Life, Love and a Polar Bear Tatoo. Each of her books has been great in its own way. Seven Exes are Eight Too Many is about a woman looking for love who signs up for a reality show. She has dated twelve guys in sixteen years but still has feelings for one of the twelve.

    MC (Madeline-Cora) thinks that she's going to be on a dating show to find new love, but instead ends up stranded on an island with seven of her exes. MC and her exes are competing for a million dollars against Kent and seven of his exes. Kent is the guy MC still regrets, and her feelings for him are renewed on the island. MC doesn't know what's real and what's part of the game, especially when Kent's ex-wife and Kent are showing signs of getting back together.

    Seven Exes Are Eight Too Many is about a woman who never shows her true feelings to anyone who learns to finally open up and let someone in. She grows a lot throughout the book and the ending was perfect. I would recommend Heather Wardell's books to fans of romance and even fans of YA, since they are not too "adult" for teens.

    Just One Gripe:
    I am no fan of reality shows, and the Survivor-like atmosphere was not my favorite setting. However, this did not deter the book from being impossible for me to put down. I had to finish this book in a day: I had to know how the book ended!

    The Best Thing About This Book:
    Wardell writes in a way that I feel everything her characters are feeling. I feel like I'm living in the book right along with them, and I love that. That feeling is why I love reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2011

    More easy-read Wardell

    A 'stand-alone' title - not related to what she calls her "Toronto Series." Like reality TV in novel form...so entertaining, but a bit cheesy...cute!

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