Tuesday, April 2, 2013

"She Said, He Said" by Kerry Taylor

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She Said, He Said
by Kerry Taylor

A funny romantic comedy - perfect for fans of David Jester and Lisa Scott.
She said he was the love of her life. He saved her from a horrible ordeal on the tube. After the experience their attraction grew, eventually she knew she was in love. She remembers it like the palm of her hand, she recalls each moment with him. She valued every moment they shared together in 4 years.
He said they bumped into each other, stayed together then, drifted apart. Doesn't every relationship do that eventually?
Why do most people split up?
It all makes perfect sense to him!
This Laugh Out Loud Romantic Comedy is a prime example of why Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus!

So, there we were in the coffee shop, introducing ourselves, and generally getting the formalities out of the way. There was a spark between us, we were getting excited just talking to each other, when he said,
‘Stuff this, we should just go to the hotel across the road and shag!’
I compiled and we shagged indeed. I am not sure for how long, because, next thing I knew, my phone was going and it was work. I had to go!
He proudly announced that he thought we should shag, so he told work he was off for the afternoon for a dentist appointment.
We both laughed!
I drilled his teeth alright and he drilled mine!
Next: to figure out if we were to meet again? Silence in the room. We waved each other goodbye. I returned to work thinking, this is the first time that I have ever done skived off work to have sex. I feel a surge of energy in me, as I thought about how spontaneous I had been and the fact that I would never do anything like that with Kevin. Little did I know it would not be the last!
Yep, you guessed it: every Friday from then onwards I was at the dentist!

By Bob Smyth

The criticism first: The humor in the story can benefit from a better style and delivery that can come with practice or a good editor. Felt that some parts can do with more words and set the atmosphere and the characters better.

The good: Enjoyable and easy to read and follow story. The best compliment I can pay to it is that when i finished, it left me asking for more, like all good stories you just do not want them to finish.

About the Author
Kerry Taylor is a single mother of three children, currently living in Madrid. She has been through a lot in her life - from being stalked and abused, to being separated from her estranged husband - all while expressing her life through writing in different forms.

Kerry has recently written a series of romantic comedies: Blind Dating and Fly, Pray, Love, Money Can't Buy Me Love: Money Can Buy Me Love, and She Said, He Said. She is currently working on the four-part series, Nearly Natal.


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