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Publisher's Summary

Despite the example of their own parents' enduring marriage, the three Bachelor brothers show no signs of settling down. Adam has a string of unsuitable girlfriends; Luke bears the scars of a savage divorce; and Russell is in love with the one woman he can't have. When their father announces that he wants to try his hand at single life, everything is thrown into turmoil. Are the Bachelor brothers totally hopeless cases or just late starters?

©2010 Mike Gayle (P)2011 W F Howes Ltd

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  • Kaggy
  • 25-08-13

I wouldn't fall for them

I enjoyed the performance but I'm afraid I wasn't taken in by the 'charm' of the Bachelor men. The only apparent reason why they all behaved so badly was their shared surname. The women in the story were treated appallingly and reacted in a way that was a complete mystery to me.

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  • Simon Norris
  • 27-10-19

8 hours of your life you won’t get back

Thoroughly annoying accents, weak storyline with characters you just couldn’t care less
About. Pretty misogynistic, poor men can’t make up their mind types.

I was trying to sleep on a delayed flight otherwise I’d have given it up as a bad job