Hannah thinks you have to be insane to get married. She's content with her life - the job as private investigator at Hound Dog Investigations, the boyfriend of five years, Jason, and the wonderful father (pity her mother is such a disaster). ...
Besides, she's tried marriage once before, but she ended up divorced before she was 21. So, when the long-suffering Jason proposes, Hannah doesn't think twice about turning him down. Still, she is a little shaken when, a month later, the man has the nerve to get engaged to someone else. Is she not up to settling down? Hannah's family are convinced she blew her one chance of hooking a permanent man, and maybe - just maybe - there's something in Jason's theory that being committed means first coming to terms with your past. Brimming with the warmth, perception and understanding that characterises Anna Maxted's writing, "Being Committed" mixes heartache with humour and is her finest novel yet.
I am IN LOVE with all books by Anna Maxted; she is a brilliant writer. She appeals to me with her witty comments and sarcastic undertones. I was attracted to the "Behaving Like Adults" book cover while browsing through books at a local discountI am IN LOVE with all books by Anna Maxted; she is a brilliant writer. She appeals to me with her witty comments and sarcastic undertones. I was attracted to the "Behaving Like Adults" book cover while browsing through books at a local discount store, found it, bought it, read it and have been a fan ever since. Every book that I have read by her I have enjoyed thoroughly and would recommend to anyone. These are books that you can buy to call your own, they are inexpensive and something you'll want to read over and over again....Continua Nascondi