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Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM By Matt Dunn

Ed Middleton is ecstatic he s just got engaged to his girlfriend, Sam, and he couldn t be happier At least, he thinks he s engaged The thing is, it was Sam who did the proposing, and the he thinks about it, the less he s sure that she was actually asking him to marry her.
  • Title: The Accidental Proposal
  • Author: Matt Dunn
  • ISBN: 9781847395245
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback

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Leah Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
The Ex-Boyfriends Handbook by Matt Dunn would most probably land on my list of Top 20 Favourite Books Ever if I were ever to attempt a list like that. (I’m not going to. Ever.) So it’s kind of disappointing to me that the two further Ed and Dan books have been so… well, boring. I read a bit of Ex-Girlfriends United before giving up and although I have managed to start and finish The Accidental Proposal, I feel as if it was a bit of a waste of time. What made the first novel to feature Ed a [...]
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Melissa Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I found this book stupid beyond belief. I like silliness but this was just too much. The characters are flatter than the paper they are written on. It never actually occurs to Ed the main character to talk to his fanance. Instead he spends all of his time whinging to his mate Dan who has the mental capacity of a slug. Boring and annoying. There is a blurb on the back that says if you want to know how men think read Matt Dunn. I'm sorry Mr. Dunn but if men are as simple as your characters, the hu [...]
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Sarah Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
It took me ages to read this book because it bored the life out of me and I'd rather play Tiny Wings for hours on end. The main character is like a cold, limp, vinegary chip, and if you think you know how the book will end by the second page You're right. I score this book a Meh out of Whatever.
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Rachel Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I found Ed a little annoying!
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Msdot Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Like most people who have reviewed the book, I do feel that this book has quite a boring story line. However, I was entertained by the humour in it, so overall it was still an enjoyable read. The story felt abit of being dragged unnecessarily though, like the writer was just trying to meet certain number of words before he can submit it to his publisher.
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Morenike Alli Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Not as good as the first bookAfter reading the Good boyfriend's handbook I was quite happy to see the story of Ed and Dan continued. However this book was a let down. Ed came off as whiny and immature. There were a few laughs but mostly from Dan's shenanigans.If Matt Dunn decides to write another book in this series he needs to change the way Ed is portrayed.
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Obsidian Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I can honestly say that I really did enjoy the first novel of Matt Dunn's that I read, The Ex-Boyfriend's Handbook: Eddie will do whatever it takes to become her Mr. Right. I was happy that I had found a new author to read and sat down and promptly bought the next two novels starring Ed Middelton and his best friend Dan. The second novel, Ex-Girlfriends United: Dan used to get the girls. Now the girls are getting him back. could have been a brilliant novel if only it had been told from Dan's poi [...]
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Lee Yl Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Taken from the back cover of the book:"Ed Middleton's just got engaged. At least, he thinks he has.The thing is, it was his girlfriend Sam who did the proposing, and the more he thinks about it, the less he's sure that she was actually asking him to marry her. She could have just been asking the question, you knowhypothetically.As the wedding day approaches, Ed becomes more and more uneasy. Sam keeps disappearing off for furtive meetings and private phone calls, and when he spies her going into [...]
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Kee Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Oh man, this was a boring book. I never usually dislike books this much, especially if they are comedy-style romances, but this book was such a struggle to get through. Firstly, how random was the whole Jane introduction? She just pops in and Ed is like 'oh, okay, better not tell Sam even though this chick cheated on me blah blah blah' and her really strange crying fits and moments of resentment. This book literally has no plot. Dunn takes small issues that in another book would be small mini-pl [...]
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Aileen Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Ed Middleton gets engaged, but it was his Girlfriend Sam that asked him “casually” he’s not sure if she meant it or she was just being curious. He rushes out and buys her a very expensive Engagement Ring, he wants the wedding as soon as possible, he wants traditional, Sam just wants a quiet wedding in a Registry Office, he pushes her for a date and agree on 3 weeks away, although she doesn’t seem enthusiastic. Ed’s Ex Jane is back on the scene; Ed gets a little suspicious of Sam and th [...]
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Alice Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I have a confession: I bought this because I thought it was a book by William Sutcliffe. Thanks, 's 'you might also like' generator.This tale of nice-guy Edward blundering through his short engagement to Sam isn't as clever or well-written as Sutcliffe, but it has more actual laugh out loud moments, mostly courtesy of the thick as two short planks best man/best mate character, TV's Dan Davis. The plot twists are predictable (is Sam seeing someone else? Does she secretly want to call the wedding [...]
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Aisyah Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
This is my first Matt Dunn. I didn't like it. It was a boring read cause almost 90% of the book is conversation between Ed and DanMaybe it was a mistake I chose this one as my first Matt Dunn but honestly, I don't think I'm going to search his books any time soon Sorry.Btw, I know this is not appropriate but I had an aching time wanting to know the ending Well (how do you hide spoilers?)Dan married Sam. (well, as I was flipping my pages in kobo- which is not that easy compared to PDF and printed [...]
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Philippa Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I had high hopes for this book having enjoyed all of Matt Dunn's previous books. I'm sad to say it was very disappointing. It just seemed to be made up of "going round in circles" conversations between Ed and Dan who were both extremely unlikeable and immature (was that the point?), most of the women were a bit flat and unappealing - the most interesting character was Natasha but even then she said things I don't imagine a woman saying. I'm sorry Matt, but I didn't like this one :( I would recom [...]
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Jenny Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
On my blog, I have rated it 2, but adjusted it to meet rating scale (I can't give this a 2 for "it was ok" - you'll see why)I enjoyed the other books in the series, but this one was just too much. It felt overlong, yet the ending didn't seem to resolve any of the problems highlighted during the book. This book was padded out with too much of Edward's constant rambling and obsessions over his love life that just made him annoying to read aboutocolatedigestivebiscuit.word
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Tiffany Cheli Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Found this book very disappointing. Thinking back I remember enjoying reading The Ex Boyfriends Handbook by Matt Dunn. But this book was beyond boring. The majority of it centered around Dan and Edward talking in their favorite bar about the same thing over and over And over. It seemed to really drag on. I wanted to give it a fair shot and see if it got any better, so I finished it. But honestly, I get more enjoyment out of reading my textbooks for school.
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Lorena Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
This is acctually my firts review on any book I've read. And I'm only writing it because I was very disappointed in this book by Matt Dunn. I love him as an author and even Sophie Kinsella gave her praise for this book so I was expecting a great read. I just found the main caratcter Ed very annoying, he's always complainig like a girl and throughout the whole book.Sorry Matt, only two stars for you :(
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Kathryn Moore Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Good story. But went over the same things too many times. I will read more by him as he has good stories, but very redundant and necessary to skip over the repeated idea.This one starts with a man telling his friend that he just got engaged. But as he tells the story, he's not sure he's really engaged or not. Did he misunderstand his conversation with his girlfriend.?
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Caz Lopez Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
hmmm it was a page turner but there was a few things that annoyed me about this book. One of them was that it was mainly a conversation between dan and ed in the pub through about 90% of the book. it was funny a little sexist at times which I didn't mind too much! but it would of been nice to have heard more of the other characters. also dan annoyed me soooo much!
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Kathy Chung Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I didn't like the book coz the hero was in my opinion was effeminate. He doesn't seems to have a mind of his own. Whatever his friend, Dan, said will sway him although he was quite certain earlier on.How can he be uncertain whether his gf, Sam, wishes to marry him after a few words with Dan. And the reason given why he couldn't ask Sam point blank does not hold water for me.
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Rachel Kelly Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I didn't hate this book but it's definately not one of my favourites. I thought the scenes dragged on for far too long and I also didn't like the fact that we never find out if Dan and Polly get back together.
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Aisha Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
I struggled to finish this book as I could see where it was headingce to see weddings turned on its head with the guy being insecure though.wouldn't rush out to buy anymore Matt Dunn books in a hurry though
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Suraya Nordin Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
This book is a lol but can't be voted as my favourite book. It started funny enough with the character of Edward and Naughty Dan but when the characters didn't change and still produce lame jokes towards the end, I felt bored. I like this novel though but won't go for the second run with it.
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Ruth Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Enjoyed it and easy to read but not as good as its two predecessors. I guessed the twists well before they were "outed"
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Megs Millar Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
It started off great, was so funny and then they started to go over and over the same things and I was just trying to finish it as fast as possible. Def not as good as The Ex-Boyfriend's Handbook.
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Zia Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
It was the worst book I've ever read, it's like a bad movie.
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Zura Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
First half of this book is quite boring for my liking. But, by the time Dan forced Ed to wear a fat suit for his snag night, the plot become hilarious! I can't stop laughing after that.
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Corinne Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Supposedly gives an insight into men's minds I hope most men aren't that repetitive and stuck in one place. Amusing story line but slightly boringly repetitive narrative.
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Rachel Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
A 400-page novel should not have almost 300 pages of nagging questions that get wrapped up in three. Sorry, Matt Dunn, but perhaps the story should have ended one book ago?
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Miyaness Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Pretty Delightful at first, as it goes on, I find this Edward is either Dumb or stupid. No moral of the story.
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Emma Moss Oct 29, 2020 - 07:32 AM
Made me laugh! You grow to like the charectoristics of each person in the book but feel frustrated in equal measure! A light hearted summer read lazing by the pool or on the beach.
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The Accidental Proposal By Matt Dunn Ed Middleton is ecstatic he s just got engaged to his girlfriend, Sam, and he couldn t be happier At least, he thinks he s engaged The thing is, it was Sam who did the proposing, and the he thinks about it, the less he s sure that she was actually asking him to marry her.

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