The Break-Up Test - Rose McClelland (2012)

Best friends Amy, Beth and Sarah are all chasing one thing in their life - love! These three girls may be beautiful and independent women but they have one thing in common and that is bad taste in men. Amy is all ga-ga about Gav who is only interested in a few occasional romps; Beth loves Karl who is too busy to call her while Sarah is dating Stephen who is still sharing a bed with his ex-wife. While each spends their days wondering what's wrong with their men, an old male school friend comes back in their life. Jamie secretly loves Amy and wants her to dump that idiot Gav. One drunken night the girls pour out their hearts to Jamie. Amidst the night of confessions and beers, they write down the 10 commandments of 'The Break-Up Plan' on crumpled tissue papers. When the girls decide to get through all the commandments the story became more fun and engaging. I can guarantee that every page will make you want to read more. (SS)

The Break-Up Test, by Rose McClelland, is about three women stuck in their relationships. The summary says: "Meet Amy, Beth and Sarah. All intelligent women with one thing in common - a bad taste in men! Amy receives seductive texts from Gav and promptly skips round to his house for a mid-afternoon romp. She never planned it that way. Maybe one day he'll actually fall in love with her? Beth sits at her desk, her mobile phone propped up in front of her keyboard. Anytime soon it'll light up like the Blackpool Illuminations, and Karl will finally get in touch about that drink. It's been five days... Sarah is seeing Stephen, trying to believe his claim that although he shares a bed with his ex, Kat, they aren't sleeping together. She can't believe it's turned into one of THOSE stories you read about in women's weeklies. Then Jamie comes along with his Break-Up Test and turns their lives upside down. Will Gav, Karl and Stephen suddenly sniff the competition and clean up their acts? And what exactly is in it for Jamie?"

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