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Finding the Perfect Man Paperback – April 16, 2015
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Top Customer Reviews
A little more research into psychiatry would be useful too, especially when your main character is supposed to be a psychiatrist. For a start, a psychiatrist is also a medical doctor, so that's 7 years of medical training, before you can specialise in psychiatry, which is another 4 years. Considering that out good doctor is supposed to be 30 and has been in practice for 3 years... Do we assume she's a prodigy who started her medical degree at 16? Also, a psychiatrist would know how rare (and disputed) cases of multiple personality really are, not diagnose every second person she meets with it. I will admit though, that the heroes actions are so ill thought out, poorly executed and explained, that I will forgive her diagnoses in that instance.
I know this was supposed to be a comedy but while some things were clearly intended to raise a smile, they were clumsily handled, which sucked all the fun out of the situations. I can honestly say, I did not find anything in this book amusing, although I will admit that some situations had the potential to be.
The plot was also choppy, almost like a book written in modules with little cross over between sections and when things got dull, a new module was introduced. Unfortunately, I'm at 88% and I still don't care who wants to kill her. Not even enough to skip ahead.
Nice try but it needs a lot of work before this is an engaging read.