Thursday, 18 August 2016

Rae reads... Until We Collide by Charlotte Fallowfield

About the book:

What do you do when the guy you’re in love with is seeing someone else?

That’s the dilemma facing Paige Taylor. All of her life she’s only ever had eyes for the gorgeous Alec Wright, but despite their undeniable chemistry, their timing has always been off. Fast approaching her thirtieth birthday, Paige despairs of ever finding love and a happy ever after. Her best friend Poppie tells her that she can either watch life pass her by, or grab it with both hands. She convinces Paige to throw herself back into the dating pool, or she could be waiting for Alec forever.

What Paige didn’t expect was the catalogue of dating disasters to follow. A neck brace, jelly fish, stitches, flashing and an encounter with a gorilla were some of the most memorable. Despite some downright hilarious, humiliating and cringe worthy dates, her biological clock is ticking and Paige is determined to keep trying until she finds the one

Was Alec Wright always her Mr. Right, or is he still out there waiting to be found?

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My thoughts:

Paige and Alec are great characters, I especially loved accident prone Paige! I was hoping that things would work out in the end for them. However after quite a few missed opportunities will they get their happy ending together? 

The interactions between Paige and best friend Poppie were so funny and their friendship was well written.

I loved how the story took place over a number of years. Even though it never appeared to be the right time for Paige and Alec the story flowed smoothly and kept my interest.

There were lots of comical moments throughout the book. I don't really want to give anything away but the chapter entitled Gorilla was hysterical! With her dating disasters it could only happen to Paige. 

Charlotte Fallowfield has written a witty and charming story that I didn't want to put down.


If you enjoy funny, romantic stories with engaging characters then Until We Collide is perfect for you!

Five stars from me!

Thank you to Charlotte Fallowfield for my copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased opinion. 

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