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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. The premise of Perfect Match is both intuiting and a thought provoking topic I largely enjoyed the book and the reading style was easy for me to get into after recently finding it difficult to stick at a book through to the end Joe and Karen are raising a child who is desperately ill and whose chance at a healthy life lies with a transplant needing to come from a designer baby This is further complicated by a revelation which shakes the family causing each character to face different dilemmas and make difficult decisions I largely related to how Karen reacts and behaves through the story but less so towards her husband I thought of him as selfish at times and removed himself away from situations in which he d had a hand in creating That said I found myself wanting to find out how the book ended and had thought out what I wanted for the characters at the end of the book With regards to the front cover I d ignore the image posted here It is misleading the version I read had a much appropriate cover An easy read which suited my needs though I have read similar themed books which are better written and detailed

Review Perfect Match

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. Highly predictable story was bored as from page 20 but managed to finish it

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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. Joe and Karen Eastman are feeling incredibly lucky they are happily married to each other and have just had their first child together a little boy called Ben But things are about to explode in a bad way when they find out their precious son has a terminal illness and one which is only going to be curable by the creation of a designer baby a brother or sister who is a perfect genetic match for little Ben But during the process a devastating secret is revealed which is going to rock everybody involvd to their very cores can they still save Ben and save their marriage tooThe plot certainly isn t a light one and is going to shock you and make you count your lucky stars that your children are okayI know that when I got to the end I couldn t help but give Harry a big hug and thank the Lord that he is such a healthy boy But this is what I loved about the book It is very gritty it delves into topics most authors would avoid and Moore really gets into the heads of the characters so that all of their actions are believable and you can really sympathy for all of them at some point throughout the bookBecause the secrets are revealed periodically throughout the book I obviously am not going to spoil them for you now in this review as that would be stupid But I can talk about them in a general way I didn t see most of the twists coming at all Moore has a great way of writing which leads you in one direction and then shocks you with a massive revelation that leaves you completely shocked about which is uite a talent And despite the nature of the twist I actually felt sympathy for all of the characters and I could totally understand the plight of all of them despite the horrible circumstances they have come to be inThe main bulk of the book focuses on Karen and Joe and of course their sick little boy Ben although luckily he isn t in too much of the story I think if he was I would have been weeping for most of it The relationship between Karen and Joe is so realistic a couple who have been together a long time still love each other but have sort of drifted apart somewhat Both of these were likeable people and the way they interacted with each other and with their son was readable enjoyable and most of all totally believable and this is the best part of Moore s writing for me Although there are others in the book I don t really want to say much at all about them as I ll spoil the story but again they are superbly written really delving deep into their emotions and bringing out another range of opinions from the reader regarding the main storyThe cover of the book doesn t really give anything away about the story its just a picture of a woman dressed smartly throwing away a ring wedding ring with pretty pink writing which I don t think does justice to the gritty and topical story within its pages Moore has really picked a controversial subject here that of designer babies and whether they are right or wrong but somehow the way she has written it makes you think there is no alternative but to have another baby right or wrong She doesn t preach at all about the subject but clearly shows how any parent would have to choose to save their sick child whatever the cost and this is why the book is so emotive particularly for parents to read Its not an easy subject to write about but it does happen and it is interesting to read a novel based around this ideaI absolutely loved this book and I just couldn t put it down From its interesting topic to the relationships and arguments that take place throughout the book Moore has written a story which is going to be a pleasure to read for anyone but one that moves you and strikes a chord with you so much so that you ll be thinking about this book long after you turn the last page It has likeable characters an emotional pull at the heart strings dottd throughout and an easy to read third person narrative allowing you to slip in and out of the lives of the multiple characters in the book with ease It was a joy to read I actually didn t want it to end but felt satisfied that as I turned the last page I had enjoyed every word and that it had ended how I felt I would have ended it too A pleasure to read and I d thoroughly recommend it without a doubt


10 thoughts on “Perfect Match

  1. says:

    This is a great book about the things people do when they're in pain and the conseuences of those actionsJoe and Karen are married and supposedly have a perfect marriage but it is soon revealed that a year or so into the marriage Joe had an affair that went on for several months Karen knew about it and one night has a drunken sex moment with a man she meets at a party The man happens to be an important British government official Joe and

  2. says:

    Joe and Karen Eastman are feeling incredibly lucky – they are happily married to each other and have just had their first child together a little boy called Ben But things are about to explode in a bad way when they find out their precious son has a terminal illness and one which is only going to be curable by the creation of a

  3. says:

    It was an enjoyable read and it took me only three hours to finish this book Still I can't seem to shake the feeling that

  4. says:

    Would have received 5 star if the ending wasn't rushed and left open A further chapter showing where the couples were 6 months later would have been nice

  5. says:

    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

  6. says:

    Highly predictable story was bored as from page 20 but managed to finish it

  7. says:

    The premise of Perfect Match is both intuiting and a thought provoking topic I largely enjoyed the book and the reading st

  8. says:

    Wow What a book full of twists turns and lots of surprise I really enjoyed this book as this is something that happens alot in today's world

  9. says:

    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

  10. says:

    When I read the blurb I was expecting an emotional drama full of tears so just to be prepared I kept some tissues by my side As it turns out the story is complicated with so many threads woven together to make it appealing to the reader To be honest I have mixed reactions towards the book At some places I felt it is a remarkable story of a family who is fighting to survive their child who is terminally ill But some situations and

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