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A Perfect Match eBook ô 320 pages Ö ❰Reading❯ ➽ A Perfect Match Author Sinéad Moriarty – Helpyouantib.co.uk After two years of being deafened by the ticktock of her biological clock and tormented by Mother Nature's refusal to grant her a baby Emma Hamilton decides to go for the instant solution finding a Ru After two After two years of being deafened by the ticktock of her biological clock and tormented by Mother Nature's refusal to grant her a baby Emma Hamilton decides to go for the instant solution finding a Russian baby in need of a home But Emma hasn't reckoned on the route to adopt This is the second book I've read by Sinead Moriarty and I've enjoyed it just as much as the first The first book in the series The Baby Trail introduced us to James and Emma This book takes up where the first left off after two years of being unable to become pregnant James and Emma begin the process of international adoption The process involves both laughter and tears I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a great chick lit novel This could be read as a stand alone as well the first one is a great read but it would be easy to fall into this story without having read it prior

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Ion being so complicated Between proving that she's fit to be a mother by inventing an unblemished past and discovering an unsuspected talent for housekeeping driving her long suffering husband insane with madcap schemes to make them the perfect would be parents a few Russia all good things to those who waitwell the saying's true I guess 'dramatic but heart touching D D

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A Perfect MatchN verbs a night and they'll be fluent in no time and tripping over red tape every step of the way who knew social workers could be so terrifying? Emma finds out that adoption is far from the easy option and that perfection has very little to do with finding the perfect match Another wonderful fun book I highly recommend Sinead Moriarty's books