Mr Right and Mr Wrong

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Having two admirers can be a headache. Chloe meets Blake, a hunky DJ, and Terrence, a charming banker, on the same day. Dating two men was never her plan, so what is she going to do?
With her tough uni course, a job at a florist’s and a mother desperate to marry her off, Chloe’s got more than enough challenges in her life already. She doesn’t need this new one her heart has thrown up for her. More
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About Grigory Ryzhakov

Grigory (a.k.a Grisha) Ryzhakov grew up in the Russian Far East, bathing in the icy waters of Seas of Okhotsk and Japan and playing hide-and-seek in the snowdrifts that carpeted his native town of Korsakov.

He later travelled thousands of miles to vibrant London, on the way collecting his MSc degree in biochemistry at Moscow State and PhD in molecular biology at Cambridge University.
Meanwhile, Grigory has been ceaselessly creating poems, songs and prose until eventually he wrote his debut novel "Mr Right & Mr Wrong".

"Usher Syndrome" was his first published story, also adapted for the stage and performed at London's Barons Court Theatre in 2010.
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Michelle Cameron reviewed on May 1, 2013

Written in the first person, Mr Right & Mr Wrong is narrated by the main character, Chloe. She's a single girl in London, studying by day, working her weekends in a florist's shop, and getting very little sleep at night as she navigates her way through dating not one, but two men, and a third sending her roses.

Chloe struggles to choose which of her beaus is more important to her, leading to several confused situations where the reader will be silently screaming at her to run. Fast.

Whilst not a traditional happy ending, we are treated to Chick Lit story telling at its best, Chloe gets the man she should have had all along, but you won't guess until the final chapter. A very nice read.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)

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