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Moj gospodin savršeni

3.19 of 5 stars 3.19  ·  rating details  ·  10,284 ratings  ·  1,168 reviews
On je san svake žene...
Nakon čitavog niza katastrofalnih veza, Emili Olbrajt je završila sa današnjim muškarcima. Radije će se sklupčati sa primerkom Gordosti i predrasuda u rukama i zakoračiti u vreme kada su muškarci bili časni, plemeniti i nežni. Muškarci koje ona upoznaje više su zainteresovani za varanje i porniće.
I zato, kada je najbolja prijateljica pozove u Meksik
Paperback, 318 pages
Published 2007 by Alnari
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On page 36, the main character, a well-read, moderately intelligent, 29 year old Austenophile, is walking through Heathrow, and wondering what on earth all these silly British people are talking about. "Snogging? Blokes? Crimey?"

And that's when I put it down.
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Jun 05, 2010 Hannah marked it as did-not-finish  ·  review of another edition
32 pages in, and just... no . <finality.>>

Poor Jane must be hurling with all the revolutions she's made in her grave over this farce.

Jane, I solemnly swear I won't read another book trying to ride the coattails of your glorious pen.

May Lady Catherine strike me dead if I do.


****An Important Review Disclaimer:
Strictly speaking, pens don't possess coattails, but you're astute enough to get my drift.
The best thing about this book so far is the dark chocolate bar I bought with it in the airport bookstore. Am about halfway through it and the words of the guy in the bookstore who sold it to me are haunting me ... "we've sold, like, a thousand copies of this book in the last week!" I am in mourning for my twelve dollars. I was an English Major and a huge Jane Austen fan, and this book is making me cringe, all the more so because I started it just after finishing Three Cups of Tea, such a meanin ...more
As an unashamed FOJ (friend of Jane) and a diehard fan of Pride and Prejudice in particular, I am often compelled to read contemporary retellings, spinoffs, and homages out of the same primal urge that leads other people to sneak a look at the car wreck on the side of the road. The end result is never pretty and I feel bad about myself afterward, but I do it anyway. This book brought no pleasant surprises, in spite of what initially seemed to be a fresh angle. What I thought was something quite ...more
Norah Sumner


Guess what I bought yesterday.




Have I already told you how freaking much I love Alexandra Potter?She's awesome.This book was so fun to read!I loved the main character,the setting,the supporting characters(old ladies are gold),the ending.Alex's writing is fantastic as always-so many funny and awkward monologues and dialogues,so many unique situations,so many stories within one book.Also,a great message-people always want everything to be perfect,but sometimes beauty is in
I think I am going to be in the minority with this book. I ended up liking it. I thought the book was funny, enjoyable to read and really took the moral home.

As most know, Potter is English. At first, I thought Potter did a good job writing as an American. And overall, I don't think she did a very bad job. There were just some things where you could tell a Brit was trying to act American. After reading some reviews on the book, I think this fact bothered some readers. It didn't really bother me,
Oct 26, 2013 Alexandra added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Well it's one of my own books so it's impossible for me to review - but I just want to say that the inspiration for this book came about from being single and talking to my friends who were all dating just terrible men... complete disappointments, cheats, heartbreakers, commitmentphobes, you name it! One day I got home from a particularly bad date, got into bed, and picked up a dog-eared copy of Pride and Prejudice, and as I started reading I sighed out loud, 'why can't men today be like Mr Darc ...more
mikha  ϟ
Im inlove with Mr. Darcy.
Who isnt? :)
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Cik Aini
Despite being against the strong majority, I found this book is an enjoyable read. Maybe because I'm neither a Brit or American as they called it. This is such an easy read, so much humour, and such a realistic approach even though it may sound unrealistic for the fact that Emily found her true love within a week time but who cares?

The novel revolved around Emily who was trying to make an escapade from being dragged by her friend Stella, and she went for a book tour instead. Despite the first pa
I was assigned to read this book for a class and I've tried more than once to finish it and can't get through the first 30 pages. I don't appreciate the foul language, feel it's really a shallow "chick lit" plot, and even the interesting characters don't provide enough redeeming value to make this worth my time to read it. I'd recommend choosing something else!
I'm happy to sell my copy, but don't really want to benefit from it or have anyone else waste their money either!
Maia B.

Really, there are almost too many problems to even begin to enumerate them.

-the heroine (whose name I cannot recall, even though I finished the book yesterday) is a complete drip - when she's not being shallow, obnoxious, self-centered, and bitchy, like most other chick-lit heroines, she's reading Jane Austen and obviously completely misunderstanding it, because if she made too much of an effort her tiny brain would actually explode with the work it was doing.

-the hero - either a reall
Mr. Darcy is in our fantasy

"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single girl in possession of her right mind must be in want of a decent man."

Do you agree with that?

That makes sense, doen't it?

But...hang on... Doesn't it sound familiar?

How about comparing it with the following words?

"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife"

Quite similar...almost identical, aren't they?

The author of "Me and Mr. Darcy
My parents, a scientist and a career academic, both have a fondness for Regency (i.e., historical and relatively chaste) romance novels that might seem at odds with their characters. If I remember right, on separate occasions, both described a fascination with the combinatorial aspect of the genre: all the allowed variations of the genre playing out in slightly different combinations, like the colored glass chips tumbling in an old-school kaleidoscope: always different, always the same. Perhaps ...more
Emily Albright is a 29 year old New Yorker managing a family-owned bookstore she adores and has had just about the worst dating life a woman could possibly have. And so she swears off of men, choosing instead to focus more on her love of literary heroes, Jane Austen's Mr. Darcy in particular.

He is the epitome of manhood with is proud and haughty manner, his chivalry, and is just plain dashing -- all attributes she wishes she could find in the real world, but has given it up for lost and discover
Ana T.
I've decided that life is too short for me to waste it on books that don't do anything for me... unfortunately this was one of them!

Dreams come true in this hilarious, feel-good fairy tale about life, love, and dating literature's most eligible bachelor!

After a string of disastrous dates, Emily Albright decides she's had it with modern-day love and would much rather curl up with Pride and Prejudice and spend her time with Mr. Darcy, the dashing, honourable, and passionate hero of Jane Austen's c
Riley Banks
My rating is probably more 3 1/2 than a straight 3. I know this is criminal but I have not read the original Pride and Prejudice (before you throw stones, it is on my Kindle waiting to be read), so had nothing to judge the fictional version of Mr Darcy on. So while lovers of the original probably cringed at Ms Potter's version of their beloved hero, I actually really enjoyed the tale. I'm all for a bit of cross generational romance, especially if it involves a portal into a whole other time. Tha ...more
Blodeuedd Finland
I am torn. It was good at times, but at other times it was only ok. Hmmm. Maybe I will go with ok.

Emily loves the classics, and Austen. She goes on a Tour. Suddenly the book gets all paranormal cos there are timeslips and she sees Mr Darcy. I could so not see him fall for her, nope. Not like she acted. But oh well. If he had been called something else, if his friends had been called something else. Then it would have worked better for me.

Right. She befriends the other women in the tour, some hav
Janine Zachariae
I wanted to read this book for such a long time and finally I read it.

Let me first start with the good points.
I really loved that Emily was so into Jane Austen. I am, on myself. She made a booktour, over New Years Eve. Which, I really have to add, is absolutely fantastic. I really would like to make such a tour. Just visit the same places Jane did. What a dreamy thought.
Emily is 29 and makes this tour together with some older women from England or Ireland.
She dreamed about Mr Darcy her whole li
Me gustaría que Goodreads creara la 'estrella nula', porqué han sido 370 páginas que me he leído por compromiso (el libro me lo regalaron). La trama se cae a cachos, mientras que la escritora es una mezcla de S. Meyer y SE DA AIRES DE AUSTEN que usa los putos tópicos (oooh chica americana se enamora de ingléeeees ohh acento cockney, ooohhh dicen cab y no taxiii y mil gilipolladas más) hasta la saciedad. No lo niego, me gusta leer cosas 'fáciles' para desconectar, son fáciles de leer en el parque ...more
He is the dream of every woman.
After a series catastrophic relationships Emily broke all relations with men. Go girl! Rather then being with men, she would get a copy of the book Pride and Prejudice in her hands and would stepped in the time when men were honest, noble and gentle. The men she encounters are more interested in cheating and porn. So when her best friend asks her to go with her in Mexico to drink Margaritas and to hunt men, Emily decides to visit the country of Jane Austen.


But is l
Kris - My Novelesque Life

"Dreams come true in this hilarious, feel-good fairy tale about life, love, and dating literature’s most eligible bachelor!

After a string of disastrous dates, Emily Albright decides she’s had it with modern-day love and would much rather curl up with Pride and Prejudice and spend her time with Mr. Darcy, the dashing, honorable, and passionate hero of Jane Austen’s classic. So when her best friend suggests a wild week of margaritas and men in Mexico with the girls, Emily abruptly flees to
Yuck. That's really how I felt about this book(I will do my nest to review with no spoilers). I enjoyed the first 80 or so pages (the ones before she left New York), but after that this book really fell flat. I felt as if this could have been a cute, if some what done, book. But Ms. Potter just made the characters so unlikeable (to me at least). The best friend Stella was so shallow that I really found noting to like about her except her marriage. The journalist, Spike, sounded nothing like an i ...more
Louise Sparrow
I'm still in two minds about this book, on the one hand it's a fun, easy to read modern chick-lit that's based on one of my favourite books, with a kind of supernatural element. I enjoyed reading it, the characters were likable, there was plenty of humour and it tied everything up nicely (well mostly). It reminded me a little of Lost In Austen meets Austenland, (but a bit better).

On the other hand... I tend to think that people who have read Jane Austen (or at least watched some of the adaptatio
Karen Powell
I read the awful reviews. And yet I wanted to read it anyway. Well, you know what they say about hindsight....[return][return]To be fair, I did read it with an open mind and expected a fluffy, funny story poking fun at the Darcy fantasy. Instead, the words "epic fail" flashed in my mind. I'm not even sure where to start. Let's try the plot, since there's at least a bit of that, although Potter has Jane Austen to thank for it, since her characters' actions somewhat mirror the literary legend's.[r ...more
I stopped reading 50 or so pages in. I thought I would enjoy a little mindless chicklit, but this was just too mindless for me. The main character was not cute or quirky or lovable in any meaningful way. I kept thinking: why do I have to like her? Just because she is the main character? But do I actually think she is a sympathetic main character? What characteristics were supposed to draw me to her again?

Also what really bothered me was that the author just had no clue how New Yorkers speak. Ha
OK, so I would love to give this book 1,5 stars. It's not possible so whatever. Even though the beginning was funny and the ending was kinda cute on some level. The rest? Just forget about it.
Cause this was a book I really longed to read. And even after finishing it I feel so disappointed. This book is stupid and so boring I nearly pulled out my hair. The heroine is so annoying and stupid on a level I don't wanna describe here. I mean she works in a book shop, she loves Jane Austen and she can'
Ok, I'm a little ashamed to own up to actually spending money on a book like this, but it was very little money in a discount bookshop, and I really needed something light to read in the middle of a terrible week for a three hour bus ride on the way to a funeral.

And what can I say, it's horrible rom-com sugary fluff with a dose of either delusions or a touch of the supernatural. That actually added some unexpected spice to what I was expecting to be quite trite (and trite it was, just with an e
I picked this up at Target the other day 'cause I was really annoyed with my husband. I finished it in one day when he took the kids away to play for a bit.

It's completely predicatable but it made for a funfilled few hours. Ms. Potter annoyed the hell out me with her use of gratuitous references to places in NYC. Who the hell says "Greenwich Village"??!!! NO ONE who lives there says that. It's just the 'village' unless you mean the east village then you say that, 'east village'. So, it was pain
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Alexandra Potter is the best-selling author of TEN romantic comedies (soon to be eleven when her latest novel, Love From Paris, is published summer 2015). Born in England, she has lived in London, Sydney, Australia and New York and LA, and can currently be found clocking up too many air miles travelling the globe researching ideas for her new book...
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“I am a hopeless romantic. A silly, ridiculous, foolish romantic. I live in a fantasy land. I need to get real. And now, for the first time, I want to get real. I want a real relationship with a real man in the real world–-with all the real problems, faults, and whatever comes with it.” 34 likes
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