‘Is there really such a thing as a perfect proposal?
Over the next hundred days I intend to find out. I will find one hundred ways to propose to our Chief Proposer Suzie McKenzie and post the results here for your enjoyment. One thing’s for sure, not one of my proposals will be on top of the Eiffel Tower with a dozen red roses.’
Best friends Suzie and Harry are partners in romance. That is, they run the.PerfectProposal.com, coming to the aid of would-be grooms to create the ultimate marriage proposal.
But when Harry decides to catapult the business into the big leagues with a PR stunt all Suzie can see is a hundred days of heartbreak stretching ahead of her. But however exotic the location, or breath-takingly romantic the setting, Suzie has to keep remembering that ‘Marry Me?’ is the one question she can’t say yes to.
This business proposal should come with one hundred broken heart warnings…
One hundred proposals, one hundred chances to say yes.
This review is among one of the most difficult I’ve ever had to write; mainly because I’m unsure of h0w to articulate my love for this book! The story is a simply gorgeous one with enough light and shade in it to make it very interesting indeed. I instantly fell for Harry (what girl wouldn’t?) and his devotion to making Suzie smile with his One Hundred Proposals idea. The proposals themselves were unique and beautiful and I was hooked by them. It was so exciting to see how Harry would top his last idea and he always managed to. Suzie is a great protagonist and I rooted for her from the very beginning. Her transformation throughout the book was a joy to read and the positive effect the proposals had on her made me well up in places. I loved how the story was also tinged with sadness; this added real depth to both the characters and the plot. It made me invest in the journey Suzie and Harry took and the payoff at the end was utterly beautiful. Read this book and read it now.
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Holly has been writing for five years, mainly chick-lit novels. Changing Casanova and The Chainsaw Masquerade were shortlisted for the Festival of Romance New Talent Award 2012. Her short story won the Belinda Jones Travel Club short story competition last year and was published in the first Sunlounger anthology. Her fantasy adventure young-adult book, The Sentinel, was published in October and hit three different bestsellers lists within twenty four hours. She won the Carina Valentine’s competition at the Festival of Romance 2013 and her novel The Guestbook was released on Valentine’s Day 2014. Her short story Beneath The Bay Bridge is in this year’s Sunlounger 2 anthology.