Thursday, 21 July 2016

Rae reads... Don't Marry Thomas Clark by Celia Hayes

About the book:

Thomas Clark is a wealthy aristocrat. Sandy Price was the girl next door. They grew up spending their summer holidays on the same country estate, but Sandy couldn't stand Thomas and he hasn't crossed her mind since.
Years later, an unexpected turn of events brings Thomas back into her life. 
At the reading of his Grandfathers will, Thomas is set to inherit everything on the one condition, he marries Sandy Price; otherwise the entire estate will go to charity. Thomas must find a way to make this happen.

Sandy is unemployed and trying to renovate a bistro with some friends. But at the last minute the bank withdraws its loan offer. So, when she receives a call from Thomas offering her an attractive proposal, she has no choice but to accept...

My thoughts:

I thought Sandy was a great character she was funny and very likeable. I loved the interactions between Sandy and Thomas even though at times you wanted to knock some sense into them and tell them to quit being childish!

The story is straight forward and the plot moves at a steady pace. It is a light hearted story that is easily read without having to try and remember plot details. I thought the story was fun and it did manage to pretty much keep my interest throughout. Some of the situations Sandy and Thomas got themselves in were pretty comical. This book managed to make me smile on numerous occasions, very entertaining!


Don't Marry Thomas Clark is a perfect book to curl up with and relax for a few hours!

Four stars from me!

Thank you to Aria & Netgalley for my copy in exchange for an unbiased and honest review.

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