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Barry thrived on routine. If it hadn't happened before, it was unlikely to happen ever...until he collided into her that is. On that fateful day, as he walked to work, stepping from the centre of one pavement stone to the next, he crashed into Sandra Wiggins, who had...
Barry thrived on routine. If it hadn't happened before, it was unlikely to happen ever...until he collided into her that is. On that fateful day, as he walked to work, stepping from the centre of one pavement stone to the next, he crashed into Sandra Wiggins, who had also been discreetly avoiding the dreaded cracks. It was lust at first sight. Love would have to wait. Apart they were just weird, but together, they were pure mental!
This is the story of two human lovebirds, destined to spend their calamitous lives together...until something extraordinary occurs that threatens to decimate what remains of their limited sanity.
Welcome to the New World Order, created when Barry met his Miss. Match!
Quotes from the book:
"It's a fine line between love and hate. Hate and she wrings your neck. Love and you ring her finger!"
"The groom recommended his naked bride should leave her garter on in case she might get cold during the night."
"If he wanted to date someone from a mental asylum, she would be top of his list."
"Joanne flirted with men even in her sleep and was unaware of her libidinous behaviour most of the time."
"Barry's stubble had sprouted overnight, like ugly perennial weeds violating a well manicured lawn."
Posted May 31, 2013
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Whew! I thought my OCD was bad! I’ll never feel weird about not letting my silverware touch a table top again. This is a story of an attraction that starts over two crazy souls and their obsession with cracks. (Does that have you wondering?) Over and over throughout the book, I caught myself saying, ‘Oh thank God that I am not that crazy.’ There will even be sometimes that you think the characters have totally overshared. This may be the first time I’ve ever accused fictional characters of TMI (too much information). A fun and at times edgy read, and if nothing else a good reference to put all of your quirks into perspective.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 18, 2012
I love stories with unconventional meetings. Barry and Sandra meet when they collide while both trying to avoid the cracks in the pavement. Although they have both had problems with relationships in the past due to their quirks, they just seem to get one another. They face all sorts of crazy situations together and just make it work. The humor is a bit on the vulgar side, but completely hilarious. Just a fun read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.