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ALL MADE UP by Kara Isaac, Reviewed by Karen Klepsteen

If you’re a fan of The Bachelor/Bachelorette (and even if you’re not), you’ll love All Made Up! In the beginning of the story you’re immediately drawn into the production of reality television when Katriona is asked to fill in as a last-second replacement on Australia’s latest dating show, Falling for the Farmer. Unbeknownst to her, the single farmer chosen to compete this season is her ex-boyfriend Caleb, the only man that she’s ever loved. A very reluctant participant, he’s only there to make his ailing mother happy.

As is the case with all dating shows, drama and hilarity ensue as the ladies compete for Caleb’s affection. Kara Isaac does such a fantastic job of portraying the ridiculously unromantic aspects of filming reality television! I was cracking up at some of Caleb’s and Kat’s interactions and their ability to keep the filming crew on their toes. At the same time, there are some very serious issues that Kat and Caleb must overcome in order to move beyond their …

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