Technical Hitch

Technical Hitch Technical Hitch explores the meaning behind marriage today through three parallel stories about love marriage and living together Sigaloff s first title Name Address Withheld had an NSR of % and

  • Title: Technical Hitch
  • Author: Jane Sigaloff
  • ISBN: 9780373895083
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • Technical Hitch explores the meaning behind marriage today through three parallel stories about love, marriage and living together Sigaloff s first title, Name Address Withheld, had an NSR of 55% and her second title Lost Found is trending well Sigaloff s distinct writing style combines irresistible romantic comedy with a sassy insight into relationships.

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      Published :2019-07-04T10:39:14+00:00

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    344 thoughts on “Technical Hitch”

    1. Technical Hitch is a fun beach read type book! It ties the stories of three couples together: Jessica James, a wedding planner who got cold feet and jilted her groom at her own wedding, Emma, a secretary who has married celebrity Jack Carlisle in a staged attempt to tame down his reputation, and Fiona, who was ready to settle down with the perfect guy until she saw her brother left at the alter by Jessica. The dialogue is well done, and the book is funny. The plots aren't super unique—will the [...]

    2. This book was not very well written, but even worse, it was very poorly edited. It was so bad, that I had to check if the book was an ARC or not. (Sadly, it isn't). The conversations were awkward at times, the story lines didn't do much for me, and the errors really took me out of the story. A few examples of errors that made me want to burn this book include: Page 61: "Absently he absently licked the sweat." Page 155: "Maybe he thinks he makes it look him less accessible and therefore more desi [...]

    3. I started this book looking for a little bit of light reading to start off my summer. I read, thinking this book was so Englishwhich isn't at all a bad thing. The story itself is light and not unexpected, and not uninteresting. The writing, alas, is another story, as it is quite jumpy and hard to follow. This alone explains why it took me more than a month to read.

    4. A book about love, marriage, and living together. The meaning behind marriage today told through connected stories of three couples. A good, fast read.

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