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A Twist and Two Balls By Clare London A Twist and Two Balls Eduardo Mancini is going to be a star of the London stage and screen Or that was the plan His alter ego Eddy March hasn t got further than the chorus and a bit part in a TV series His parents aren t s

  • Title: A Twist and Two Balls
  • Author: Clare London
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  • Page: 107
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  • A Twist and Two Balls By Clare London Eduardo Mancini is going to be a star of the London stage and screen Or that was the plan His alter ego Eddy March hasn t got further than the chorus and a bit part in a TV series His parents aren t supportive, his agent can t place his particular skills, and he s finding it hard to hang onto his young dreams Things go from bad to worse when he s late for an importantEduardo Mancini is going to be a star of the London stage and screen Or that was the plan His alter ego Eddy March hasn t got further than the chorus and a bit part in a TV series His parents aren t supportive, his agent can t place his particular skills, and he s finding it hard to hang onto his young dreams Things go from bad to worse when he s late for an important audition, hasn t got enough to money to pay the taxi fare, and is chased across the streets of Soho by the irate driver.Eddy reaches what he believes is sanctuary With A Kick, a store where ice creams are blended with alcohol and imagination, and where his friends can help him But Nuri the taxi driver is persistent in his steady pursuit, above and beyond the money he s owed Despite their very different characters and background, Eddy and Nuri s relationship goes from a complete unknown to a wary balancing act There are still mistakes to be made, and hurdles to clear And both of them have to admit that their life so far hasn t gone the way they planned.But maybe being caught by Nuri was just what Eddy s career needed both for his job and his heart.
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    1. Julio Genao on said:

      ESL jokes seem a touch pass at this juncture, do they not eduardo was waaaaaaaaaay camp and melodramatic nuri a magical immigrant the family had the flavor of a cut rate My Big Fat Greek Wedding nowt in the way of developed conflict which left only ethnic foreigner jokes, sex, and high strung thespian panics not my idea of a good time, alas.

    2. Ann on said:

      Just a warning, when you read this book, you will crave ice cream.Just like that ice cream is a delicious little snacky, this story will give you the same kind of satisfying happy feeling Eduardo Mancini has got some problems of his own making and lucky for him his bad luck takes a turn in the form of taxi driver Nuri What starts off as a day from hell ends up being the best opportunity Eddy will ever get And, make no mistake, as much as his stage diva self would like to be Eduardo Mancini, he s [...]

    3. Kaje Harper on said:

      This is light and fun There are a few twists, some character growth, and very little angst Eddy the z list actor meets Nuri, a cab driver, when he realizes he doesn t have enough money to pay for his cab ride Eddy tries to fob Nuri off with the meager contents of his pockets and run away But Nuri follows himNuri is a wonderful guy with a great family his brothers and their arguments about English usage are one of the charms of the book I actually wasn t convinced that Eddy was good enough for hi [...]

    4. Jordan Price on said:

      This story is a real bang for its length Although it s a novella, A Twist and Two Balls packed in character development than many novels I read A main thing I look for in a book is whether I get a sense of who the characters are right away The very first scene in this gem of a story really delivered Right away, I felt Eddie s energy as he struggled to scrape together a career that simply wasn t happening He d become so accustomed to the message that he wasn t enough that he had become Eduardo i [...]

    5. Lena Grey on said:

      The only way to do great work is to love what you do If you haven t found it yet, keep looking Don t settle Steve JobsLittle does Eduardo, of A Twist and Two Balls by Clare London, know that not having enough money for his cab fare could lead to a new direction in his life The cab driver, Nuri, is determined to get his fare and chases after Eduardo demanding that he be paid but Nuri isn t pursuing him only for the money he s attracted to Eduardo and wants to get to know him better This gives him [...]

    6. Sadonna on said:

      What a wonderful start to a new series Anybody who knows me knows that my favorite trip EVER was to Turkey I LOVED Nuri and his family reminded me so much of my time there What a lovely country and people I got to experience Of course Eduardo Eddy is quite the counterpoint to Nuri But after a rather unique and surprising meeting, it turns out that these two complement each other quite well Nuri s family is a big part of this story His mother, grandmother, siblings and their families all play a r [...]

    7. The Novel Approach Reviews on said:

      I don t read a lot of contemporary genre romance but when I do, there are a few go to authors on my list, and Clare London happens to be one of them, especially her stories that offer a touch of humor along with a lovely taste of England, which describes A Twist and Two Balls to a T.Eduardo Mancini is a phony Actually, he s a struggling actor, but that doesn t make him, or Eddy March his true identity a bad guy, really, even when he attempts to stiff his cabby on the way to an audition When all [...]

    8. Arch Bala on said:

      I actually started reading this series with the titles from Sue Brown and I totally enjoyed them This one is similarly enjoyable I loved Eddy and Nuri and the chemistry between them and I loved Nuri s funny brothers Nuri than anything else was just too dreamy Gosh, how can a guy be so nice and all Helping out your family and doing shit for strangers I loved him Amy clean shaven Nuri

    9. R.J. on said:

      This was so funny in a lot of places I love the quarreling brothers, and the back story to Nuri which is unraveled a bit at a time I am huge Clare London fan and this has all the usual Clare London touches, humour, angst, family a huge turkish family I kind of lost track of , and a lovely HEA There are some British in jokes but nothing that pulls you out of the story I can not wait for book 2 which I understand is being by Sue Brown, and then book 3 which I hope is coming from Clare and that the [...]

    10. Jilrene ♥ on said:

      Maybe I m a sucker for fluffy warm fuzzies, because I love this short story Adorable and lots of humor There s quite a bit happening, too.

    11. Alex Jane on said:

      A short read but packed with flavour I loved that this was than two people finding love, but also finding things they didn t even know they needed through their developing relationship I laughed, I aww ed, writing you just can t fault, and naked hairy menry enjoyable.

    12. Lucy on said:

      Poor Eduardo Things just aren t going very well for him He s on his way to an audition, in his audition clothes, and his taxi is stuck in traffic He s going to be late Even worse, he doesn t have enough money to pay the fare The big bear of a driver isn t amused and doesn t let Eduardo get away with it Let the pursuit begin Nuri, the taxi driver, is Turkish, calm, steady and really doesn t want to be ripped off He doesn t dart out of the taxi willy nilly to chase down Eduardo Nope, he calmly par [...]

    13. Joyfully Jay on said:

      A Joyfully Jay review 4 starsThis is a cute story with a few fun twists I enjoyed First off, we get the meet cute early on as Nuri follows Eddy around town, waiting for his money, only to realize he would rather take Eddy out on a date than get his fare Nuri starts off a little intimidating, but is actually a warm, sweet, incredibly kind guy He takes care of his family, has sacrificed for them, and is endlessly supportive of Eddy Despite the fact Eddy s career is going nowhere, Nuri believes in [...]

    14. Donna on said:

      4.5 STARSI rarely rate a story this short any higher than 4 stars because I d say nine times out of ten I m left feeling that there isn t enough depth or it s too rushed or there s just too much story missing But with A Twist and Two Balls I didn t experience any of those problems I loved this story and I can t wait to see what flavor comes next in this promising new series.My full review of A Twist and Two Balls can be found at Love Byteslovebytesreviews 2014 09 1

    15. Tam on said:

      A great story with lots of humour I loved Eddy and his rather flighty mind and how his thinking kind of bounced around Nuri s family kind of gave me hives As an only with an only, huge families like that kind of make me panicky I did like how you got glimpses of their backgrounds that explained a lot about why they did what they did for a career and how it shaped them Just a few lines that made so much sense A nice start to the series and having spent August in London it was fun to read about lo [...]

    16. Trish on said:

      4.5 Review A Twist and Two Balls What an odd book title and exactly why I chose to review this one for The Blogger Girls The story is 66 kindle pages but it didn t feel like a short story when it was finished It s written very well and the characters are so clearly defined that the reader should have no problem connecting with Eddy and Nuri.Full review posted at The Blogger Girls thebloggergirls 2014 10 11

    17. Lillian Francis on said:

      So good Sweet funny with a great cast of secondary characters and two gorgeous leads Only one question begs to be answered, where is this ice cream shop

    18. Love Bytes Reviews on said:

      This book was reviewed by Donna for Love Bytes Reviews

    19. Tj on said:

      I loved Nuri and his family Falling in like with Eddy took a little longer.

    20. Penumbra on said:

      A Twist and Two Balls is the story of aspiring actor Eddy March and is told in third person through Eddy s eyes view spoiler The story begins with Eddy, stage name Eduardo , rushing to an audition and stuck in London traffic He decides to foot it the rest of the way, but he also realizes he doesn t have enough money to pay the cab driver, Nuri Before Eddy can make a dash for it, Nuri stops him Thus begins their relationship Eddy is melodramatic, insecure, and a poor actor with severe stage frigh [...]

    21. Sydney Blackburn on said:

      I was so happy to finally have some quiet time to read this I ve been dying to read it since I read the blurb a Turkish cab driver and an underemployed actor No super rich people YES If you ve read some of my reviews, you no doubt expect me to follow that up with, so I was disappointed but I wasn t It s an unbelievable treat to have a story be every bit as good as I d hoped it would be Although I ve read this author before, so I had a reasonable expectation she wouldn t let me down Clare London [...]

    22. Inked Reads on said:

      FiveStarsI felt for down on his luck actor Eddy March right away, even though he didn t exactly start out on the right foot Of all the characters in this series, I think he s the one who undergoes the most significant changes I enjoyed seeing him blossom from someone lacking confidence and responsibility to a man who took pride in his work.I absolutely adored Nuri from the first moment The interactions with his family made me laugh because boy, could I relate to some of what he experienced The b [...]

    23. A.M. Leibowitz on said:

      I felt for down on his luck actor Eddy March right away, even though he didn t exactly start out on the right foot Of all the characters in this series, I think he s the one who undergoes the most significant changes I enjoyed seeing him blossom from someone lacking confidence and responsibility to a man who took pride in his work.I absolutely adored Nuri from the first moment The interactions with his family made me laugh because boy, could I relate to some of what he experienced The banter bet [...]

    24. Suze on said:

      3.5 A fairly light, humourous read with big Turkish family complete with squabbles, grandma in the corner.Eddy is a bit of a lost soul, trying to pursue a failing acting career but is then taken in by Nuri s family I did think he should have gone into voice over work but the actual solution was quite good too.It is a nice heartwarming story, following Nuri and Eddy through their journey to love.Lee and Patrick make lovely ice creams, and there must be something going there too

    25. Marcelle Dube on said:

      A fun, light hearted, steamy M M romance I was charmed by Eduardo and Nuri and the lovely little ice cream parlour that became their place All of the characters were well drawn I wanted to smack that agent and believable I wanted Eddy and Nuri to work out their differences, and then I wanted Nuri s mom to adopt me, too Very satisfying story.

    26. Rachel on said:

      Really enjoyed this one, I absolutely adored Nuri, what a sweetie

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