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One hope of their son having a future but also threatens to destroy their marriagePerfect Match is the compelling story of a seemingly perfect marriage torn apart by betrayal and seemingly impossible choice. Having read only one Jane Moore novel before Fourplay I was expecting the same sort of thing a light funny chick lit book with just enough plot to keep me amused for a couple of hours What I actually got was a surprisingly touching story with characters I found some sympathy forIn a nutshell Karen and Joe Eastman have a far from perfect marriage but they are happy never so than when their son is born But when they discover that young Ben has a terminal illness their lives are changed forever The only way they can cure Ben s illness is by having a designer baby For any parent this would be a no brainer but things are not as simple as they seem Well it wouldn t be a very interesting book if it was would itFor Karen and Joe the secrets that are revealed during the search for a cure threatens to break up the whole family They must both make very difficult decisions and face some unpalatable truths if they are going to save their sonFrom the very first page Perfect Match was compelling emotional and entertaining and completely different from Fourplay It is not exactly great literature but it is a very engaging read
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Could you chose between your marriage and your child Just when Karen and Joe Eastman thought they had it all the perfect marriage and the perfect family they learn that their young son Ben has a terminal il.
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Lness The only cure is for them to have a 'designer baby' to provide him with a perfect match bone marrow transplant But in the process a devastating family secret is revealed that not only jeopardises the. The cover looks all chick lit ty but I liked the synopsises i had read and decided to give it a try And really enjoyed it It helps that I could empathizefeel forhate most of the characters in it While I did have some trouble with her writing style she writes like a non native speaker am one myself so who uses the thesaurus option on Word a lot some very proper English and weird sentence constructions some inconsistent tenses some poor editing I realized that if I had ever written doubt I will ever write one a book it would have dealt with the same themes in much the same manner When she discussed certain issues and their implications the explanations seemed a little trite Like she had to say them but didnt want to spend too many words on them so finished it up in as text booky language as possible to get the point across But yes this book did get me slightly teary eyed