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It's all a question of technology

by Mia Morgowski

Best selling author Mia Morgowski explains how to save the tingling sensation in a relationship.

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Technology does it

The book is great to read, as both Nella and Paul take turns telling a chapter from their point of view. One automatically puts oneself in the situation of the respective "main actor" and learns about toilet brushing experiences abroad, golf courses for beginners, anti-aging treatments and changes, especially professional changes. Very amusing to read and more than once I thought: "I could have been me now". After all sorts of ups and downs in the ...

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Loose book with some weaknesses

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Vacation for two is not a solution. But the problem.

Paul and Nella are slack. Paul works around the clock, he regularly falls asleep during sex. High time for a common hobby, Nella thinks. But instead of dancing tango or taking a photo course, Paul has something else in mind: a golf vacation in Portugal.
But Nella was looking forward to romantic togetherness and sunsets by the sea too early. Instead, Paul chases his girlfriend across the square early in the morning - and ...

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Typical women's novel

The relationship between Paul and Nella is in dire straits, because Paul only has his practice in mind. When he forgets Nella's birthday, Nella is boiling over. She suggests a vacation together. Paul seems enthusiastic and takes over the booking. But instead of a romantic vacation, he turns the surprise into a golf vacation. His goal: to find new patients. Nella suspects nothing and the chaos begins ...

The book starts out really funny. You come to the side ...

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Pitch your golf vacation;)

"It's all a question of technology" by Mia Morgowski from rororo-Verlag is a humeristic novel about love and relationships.

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Paul and Nella are a couple whose relationship is beginning to fall asleep because he works a lot, which makes the bed more deadly. Both decide to look for a common hobby, but instead of something that could rekindle the relationship, Paul suggests a golf vacation of all things! Instead of sun, sand and sea in Portugal, there is ...

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Entertaining women's novel for in between

Nella's and Paul's relationship is currently in a doldrums because Paul just works too much. Paul is a family doctor who also specializes in anti-aging medicine. To spice things up again, Nella is considering going on vacation with Paul. When he agrees and even promises to take care of a trip, Nella can hardly believe her luck and is only too happy to be surprised by Paul. Paul, however, is planning a golf trip as it will kill two birds ...

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It's all a question of technology

Paul and Nella are a couple, but for some time now their relationship has seemingly lost its meaning. Paul is a doctor and only lives for his work, so that Nella feels neglected. A common hobby is needed! Paul has a completely different opinion, but then he comes up with the idea of ​​combining personal and professional life and books a golf vacation in Portugal without Nella's knowledge. Can that go well?

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For everyone who is still looking for entertaining summer reading

Mia Morgowski stands for entertaining women's novels and so I was looking forward to her usual ironic writing style for this book. "It's all a question of technology" is the continuation of "The next one please". From my own experience I can say that you can read this book without any previous knowledge.

As expected, we have a sympathetic female main character in Nella, and we also meet old friends again in Elisa and Mops Melanie. Not...

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A question of technology

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Vacation for two is not a solution. But the problem. Lull at Paul and Nella. Paul works around the clock, he regularly falls asleep during sex. High time for a common hobby, Nella thinks. But instead of dancing tango or taking a photo course, Paul has something else in mind: a golf vacation in Portugal. But Nella was looking forward to romantic togetherness and sunsets by the sea too early. Instead, Paul chases his girlfriend across the square early in the morning - and flirts too ...

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