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Reviews of All That Mullarkey
 by Sue Moorcroft

chocheart four19Brill book loved the twists and turns ! I especially liked the way everyone had there say ! Rather than reading the outlook if only one carachter !! Great read !
Heather, South Shields

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chocheart four19What a great story. Chleo is a great woman and certainly deserves a great guy. More women like her, please!
Monica, Tunbridge

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chocheart four19Absolutely loved this book, since ive retired I read a book every two days so when I find a book that grabs me I am thrilled. I love Sue Moorcrofts books please dont stop writing Sue.
Rose, Isle of Man

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chocheart four19I loved the book from start.. As you say about good books "YOU CANT KEEP THEM DOWN." Whether you are in the pot, in the tub, on the dining table or any where.  Sue had created a lovely character in Cleo, Her one night stand with Justin, and then her ability to stand up for it. I also loved the way she stood up against Gav for being so irresponsible. Gav nature so claustrophobic, the whole feeling of Cleo getting away from him was a relief!!
Arti, India

 

chocheart three08A good fun read, not your typical romance plot but enjoyable nonetheless.
Vicki Lee, Australia

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I’ve never read anything by Sue Moorcroft before, but I’ll definitely be looking for her other books after reading All That Mullarkey!
...The story has many twists and turns and leaves you wondering what on earth is going to happen in the end. The second part of the book is written in a wonderful way describing the all consuming love that a mother has for her child. She made me feel the same emotions and love that I have for my son and reminded me how wonderful the amazing gift of a child is.
Kim the bookworm
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chocheart four19This is not my usual read but I was hooked from the first page. The twists and turns of all the relationships were great. It was beautifully written and a really enjoyable read.
Plympton

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WomanWriterChoc Lit is a new line in romantic fiction, publishing books for today’s independent woman. Their unique selling point is an emphasis on male as well as female point of view so that the reader has a significant insight into the hero’s, as well as the heroine’s, motivations. Sue Moorcroft excels at this approach and in All That Mullarkey she gives her readers a well-plotted and witty exploration of modern manners.
Cleo and Gav’s marriage is beginning to crack and what starts off as a tiff soon develops into something more serious that leads, inevitably, to lasting repercussions. A crack in their relationship opens into a chasm, aided in no small way by the existence of the irrepressible and irresistible Justin. Sue draws us into her protagonists’ lives in a refreshingly down-to-earth fashion.  Her characters are people you are likely to meet every day dealing with recognisable modern issues. Her distinctive wry humour, blended with realistic practical and emotional dilemmas, kept me turning the pages as I followed all three characters through their different but inter-related crises. Sue’s clever plotting shows how even the most intelligent and sensible people can land themselves in difficult situations. All That Mullarkey is a well written story that will keep you guessing, yet will give you that essential romantic satisfaction at the end.
Catherine

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You do include some touches of realism that I really like. So much of the story is carried out through text messages, emails and mobile(cell) phone calls. As well, not everyone is thrilled with their friend’s choice in romance. And it’s great to see a little of Ratty again – same old Ratty the real estate tycoon. I wish I could deal with my junk mail as Cleo does – in the wood stove fire.
You take a lot of chances with “All that Mullarkey.” I applaud most of them though they might be deal breakers for some readers. And even though I have some problems with the book, you are still an author I do plan to keep up with as you make reading interesting and beyond the ordinary.
Jayne, Dear Author
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bookbagThis book should come with a warning: Do Not Open Unless You Have Several Hours to Spare. I really did only intend to get an idea of which reviewer would enjoy the book most, but I'd read about a hundred pages before a discreet cough reminded me that dinner would not be a bad idea. After dinner I read through into the early hours of the morning. Now, you're going to have a good idea of roughly how the plot will work out pretty quickly, but don't go thinking that his is another of those books where the middle three hundred pages are sandwich filling. They're not. There's a damned good story in there with some twists that I really wasn't expecting.
Sue
Reviewer the Bookbag
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I loved All That Mullarkey, Sue Moorcroft and certainly proved once again a flawless writer. All That Mullarkey um maravilhoso Chick Lit! Sue especialista em criar personagens do nosso cotidiano e realistas. All That Mullarkey is a wonderful Chick Lit! Sue specializes in creating characters of everyday life and realistic.
Karlinha
Coffie & Movies
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chocheart four19Fab book with all the twists and turns of a Sue Moorcroft Choc lit book... with just the right ending.
Jeannine, Burnham

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singletitlesSue Moorcroft has outdone herself with All That Mullarkey! A witty, poignant and warm-hearted tale, All That Mullarkey is a refreshing and uplifting contemporary novel readers will simply adore! Sue Moorcroft is a master at creating believable and realistic characters that leap off the pages and linger in the mind long after the last page is turned and Cleo, Justin and Gavin are certainly no exception, for rather than being larger than life fantasy figures, they are richly drawn and honestly portrayed.
Julie, Single Titles
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Moorcroft did again and delivered another honest and lovely book. And she also gives us another ass who breaks it off in such an evil way. This time our heroine comes home and in the bedroom her ass of a husband has written on the bedroom wall, the marriage is over.
Linda, Finland.
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All That Mullarkey is Brilliant!
As with all of Sue Moorcroft's books, this is told in a light, airy style that belies the technique (and tackles some difficult subjects with deceptive ease), the narrative racing along and never keeping the reader less than gripped. ...
Mark West - Strange Tales

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mslexia-resizedAll That Mullarkey is a prime example of how a hunky hero is nothing without a strong female lead. Mullarkey’s sparky Cleo is neither too beautiful nor too brilliant, but a likeable everywoman whose long-awaited triumph feels like the readers own.
Laura Fraine, Mslexia Magazine

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chocheart four19ReviewedAtCTR02This is an enjoyable story with engaging characters and plot full of romantic twists and turns. I felt sorry for Cleo, she did make a mistake, but the price she paid was a bit too much. Despite his rigid attitude, I really liked Justin and could understand his hurt. Gav is a bit of a puzzle who swings from angry to needy. This author always tells a great story, and this one is no exception. It holds your attention from the first page to the last.
Mara Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More
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chocheart four19After reading 'Starting Over' and 'All That Mullarkey', I have completely fallen in love with the heroes of Sue Moorcroft. I just keep wanting more and more.
Milka, Finland
Read Books Blogspot.
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chocheart four19Having read Starting Over during my Christmas hols I couldn’t wait for All That Mullarkey. You can’t imagine how excited I was when travelling to Spain for my recent holiday I found All That Mullarkey on sale at WH Smith at Newcastle airport way before my Amazon order was due to arrive. My family had to drag me off the plane and to be honest, I wasn’t much good to them until I finished the book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading All That Mullarkey. I have to admit I didn’t think the hero would be a match for Ratty but I was wrong, I absolutely adore Justin. If you’re looking for a good read and don’t mind ignoring everyone around you, as you won’t be able to put this book down, buy All That Mullarkey. I can’t wait until Sue Moorcroft’s next novel is released. I’ve ordered Turning The Tide and am looking forward to reading that in the meantime.
Joyce, Durham

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The book is full of highs and lows, ups and downs, reconciliations and break-ups, and everything all over again! It really keeps you on your toes whilst reading...
...Highly entertaining.
Every Day is the Same blogspot
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