Having two admirers can be a real headache, especially when a tough agronomy course at nowhere else but Imperial College comes on top of that, not forgetting a part-time job at a florist's and a mother desperate to marry you off.
Have I mentioned a stalker who keeps sending roses, and a Professor who thinks it's fine to bury you under an extra pile of academic papers? Arrrgh!
Blake may be cute and charming, but Terrence is no less attractive in his business suits. What is a poor girl to do? Dating both of them is the right thing if you listen to Trish and that's exactly the way Kurt handles his men.
Party after party, you have to deal with these bouts of guilt mixed with hangovers while mulling over the same dilemma over and over again - Blake or Terrence? Terrence or Blake?
Think, Chloe, think!
Mr Right & Mr Wrong is a wonderfully warm and witty yet thoughtful romantic comedy, from which you will not only pick up tips on the intricacies of London dating, but also discover a few moral and ethical aspects of plant neurobiology. Not so much chick lit as chic lit, offering sophistication alongside Chloe's amusing complications.
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About the Author
He later travelled across thousands of miles to vibrant London, on the way collecting his MSc degree in biochemistry at Moscow State and a PhD in molecular biology at Cambridge University.
Meanwhile, Grigory has been ceaselessly writing poems, songs, blogs and prose until eventually the writer's bug ordered him to press 'Publish'.
Usher Syndrome was his first published story, also adapted for the stage and performed at London's Barons Court Theatre in 2010.
To connect with Grigory, please visit his blog: http://www.ryzhakov.co.uk
You can also find him on Twitter/Facebook - @GrigoryRyzhakov
His songs are available on SoundCloud - http://soundcloud.com/grishamcarrow
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite Mr Right and Mr Wrong by Grigory Ryzhakov is the story of a common dilemma – which one do I choose? Twenty-something Chloe has thrown herself into her studies following a disastrous relationship breakup. For several months she has been unattached, sharing a flat with two of her best friends, the over-weight fun loving Trisha and their gay German friend Kurt. In the space of a few hours, she meets two very different men, both of whom want to see her again. Over the course of the next few months, Chloe embarks on a relationship with both men, keeping each secret from the other, while trying to juggle her studies, until the time comes to make a decision. But, which one does she choose – the stable career man with a financial background or the high flying DJ who seems to be a bit of a player? Grigory Ryzhakov has written Mr Right or Mr Wrong in the present tense and, unlike many others, it seems to work for this story. It’s an extremely well-written story, one that has clearly been properly researched and women (and men as well) the world over will be able to identify with the dilemmas that face Chloe. It’s unusual to find a story such as this written by a man, especially one with a background in molecular biology and it makes a refreshing change to see it from a man’s perspective. Excellent story line, the characters fit together well and it all pulls together exactly as it should do. Looking forward to seeing more from this author
This romantic comedy will stir up a few giggles and smirks from readers everywhere. Ryzhakov brings the colorful characters to life with each flick of the page and many will be satisfied with the adorable storyline. Fans of romance will find themselves relating to the contemporary topics displayed throughout by our heroine, Chloe and will root for her to finally get her happy ending. It's a great read for a book club or to share with friends, too!
Usually I am a little hesitant when it comes to picking up Chick Lit but after seeing the great reviews and that it was a male author, I decided to give it a shot. Not only was it extremely funny but it was also a decent story. The plot kept me interested and the characters were extremely likable. I also think the author also did a great job of capturing the feel of London. It does boil down to being a love story but never did I feel that it was overbearing. This chick lit is definitely male friendly and I have suggested it so some of my female friends as well. A good read.
I really enjoyed reading Chloe's story! This book is incredibly charming and entertaining to read. Chloe finds herself involved with two men, who couldn't possibly be any more different. I found that I could relate to her situation, and the feelings and emotions she has to sort through with these two men. It's very hard to figure out what the heart wants sometimes, but I also enjoyed seeing that there's no harm in having a little fun while you're at it! Reading about Chloe's life balancing act was absolutely delightful and I would definitely recommend this book to others.
Three stars. Its pretty good when you get into it. Not my favoriye though. If your lokking for a good read i recommend " Hollywood Car Wash" great book.