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The C Words by Mark Mason
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The C Words

by Mark Mason

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Enjoyable read. Didn't tax the brain much. All too predictable in the end, but I needed such an easy read ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0751537055, Paperback)

Alex is thirty-four, and, after a string of unsuccessful relationships, single and not really sure why. His last ex-girlfriend Amy told him he had 'commitment issues', and in an attempt to establish exactly what these are, Alex is reluctantly persuaded by his friend Rosie to buy a self-help guide to relationships. At the same time, Tony, recently divorced and low on confidence, is struggling to summon up the courage to even talk to a woman, let alone commit to one. Undaunted by their previous failures, Alex and Rosie decide to follow the self-help guide's advice; Rosie ends up on a series of disastrous dates, while Alex refuses to take any of it seriously ...until, on a business trip to New York with Tony, he meets Elisabeth. She's funny, charming, sexy. In fact, she's everything Alex wants in a woman - right up until she too mentions the dreaded C Word ...

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Alex is 34, and, after a string of unsuccessful relationships, single and not really sure why. Until, on a business trip to New York, he meets Elisabeth. She's funny, charming, sexy. In fact, she's everything Alex wants in a woman - right up until she mentions the dreaded C-word - commitment.… (more)

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