Finding Mr Perfectly Fine (Paperback)
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Finding Mr Perfectly Fine (Paperback)

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Published: 07/07/2022
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'If there's one book you need to read this summer it's Finding Mr Perfectly Fine' Yousra Imran

Last week I turned 29. Along with the usual homemade Victoria sponge, helium balloon and Selfridges gift vouchers, my Mum's birthday present to me was the threat that if I'm not engaged by my 30th birthday, she's sending me off to the Motherland to find a fresh-from-the-Desh husband

When Zara's Mum puts together the most archaic of arranged marriage resources (not exactly the romcom-worthy love story she had envisioned for herself), she is soon exhausted by her family's failed attempts to set her up with every vaguely suitable Abdul, Ahmed and Farook that they can find. Zara decides to take matters into her own hands. How hard can it be to find a husband at twenty-nine?

With just a year to go, time is of the essence, so Zara joins a dating app and signs up for speed dating.
She meets Hamza, a kind British Egyptian who shares her values and would make a good husband. Zara knows that not all marriages are based on love (or lust) at first sight but struggles with the lack of spark. Particularly when she can't stop thinking of someone else . . .

As her next birthday looms, and family pressure intensifies, Zara knows she must make a decision, but will she make the right one?

Publisher: Zaffre
ISBN: 9781838778156
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 348 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 27 mm


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Full of heart and brimming with emotion, Finding Mr. Perfectly Fine is a delightfully charming story about finding yourself before you can find love. I couldn't put it down - Sara Desai, Author of The Singles Table

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