Not That I...

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Sequel to You'll See! Our hero and heroine continue to skirmish on the border of love. Charly gains a new admirer, the man of of her dreams. But dreams and nightmares are related, are they not? Chuck begins to play the field. It all comes crashing down around their ears. More

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About Dai Alanye

No superheroes nor anything supernatural (thus far, at least.) Expect merely ordinary people - you and me, as it were - caught up in extraordinary circumstances. Plots are character-driven, and the characters themselves are complex and often contradictory.
I aim to appeal to the reader who has an ample sense of humor and an appreciation for irony. You can expect adventure and romance, but graphic violence and sex are at a minimum - think PG or PG-13 at most - and suitable for mature youths as well as adults.

About the Series: West Baker
A woman who's been a bit too indiscreet and a man whose self-control needs a tune-up, plus a little girl who doesn't even know her own name. That's how the story starts, and the tale carries on into the next generation. Half the town of West Baker might be scandalized by the antics of Chuck, Charly and Frankie, but they intend to struggle on to the bitter (or happy) ending.

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Review by: Chester on Feb. 18, 2016 :
SUPERB, Definitely not like any romance i've ever read before, you'll never guess what will happen next, you'll laugh out loud -a lot- and you'll relate to at least one of the characters in this book, and last but not least, the author managed to write a convincing romantic plot without the "i love you" cliche . Can't remember the last time I laughed so hard reading a contemporary romance book, really enjoyable read, highly recommended and I'm so reading this again."
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Review by: LEJ Clayton on June 3, 2012 : (no rating)
If I hadn't known differently, I'd have said Dai Alanye was a woman. He must have a deep understanding of women from the way he describes their clothes and their attitude to them. A had plenty of vicarious shopping trips while reading ''Not That I..'' and enjoyed every one.

And all the descriptions of delicious meals - they make the book both cosy and real. Not idealised, though - there's almost as much class-consciousness as in Jane Austen which might surprise non-American readers.

Believable characters and dialogue, humour (wait for the reference to The Mill on the Floss) and a satisfying, realistic ending make this a grown-up romance.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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