Friday, February 13, 2015

Book Review: Greater Expectations by Alexander McCabe







About the Book:

It is said that the course of true love never runs smooth - even for us men. Yet it has never been easier to find love than in this modern digital era where the mighty computer has all but rendered Cupid redundant. Love is now to be found, quite literally, at your fingertips. Although love also seems to have changed with the times. This new love is deceitful and manipulative, cunning and untrustworthy. Love has gotten ugly. Thankfully, not all the answers to life’s mysteries are to be found in the computer and Cupid - battered and bruised as he may be - proves that he still has some game and a few tricks up his sleeve…





About the Author:


After graduating with a couple of useless degrees in law, Alexander McCabe left his Scottish homeland and wandered nomadically around the globe to experience the rich diversity of culture that the world has to offer. For the moment, it is Toronto's turn to provide a suitable abode for him and the wife that he picked up along the way...




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Review:

Love....That is on almost everyone's mind this time of year.  Those in love are thinking about how to show those their lover how true their feelings are.  Then there are those who do not have a lover and feel as though they do need one andit is now or never.  

I truly enjoyed this story and it even had me laughing at many moments within!  Having read so many romance books in my time it was great to finally read something that was from a man perspective, but was still entertaining!  

Although the book did make me appreciate what I have in my life so much more it was great to have something like this to give me that friendly reminder.  Yet it also kept me entertained from start to finish!  Definitely a book I recommend to read!





Views expressed are those of Two Children and a Migraine and have not been influenced in any way.  A book was supplied for review purposes and no compensation was received for this post.

2 comments:

Samantha March said...

Thanks for hosting!

Alexander McCabe said...

Thank you SO MUCH for a FANTASTIC review!

Have a GREAT DAY, sage in the knowledge you have just made mine :)