Her novels have been so popular that they have been published in more than twenty languages across the globe, and gone on to sol more than a million copies. She spends much of her time researching and writing her novels. Given that she still loves to write nonfiction, she still writes movie tie-ins, ghostwrites for brands, and does some journalism. When she is not writing she loves to watch the WWE, drink Elderflower cocktails and gin, and shop, judge, and wear shoes. She also loves to read novels, especially the Donna Tartt books.
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Shelves: bestfriends-females , cheating , in-a-series , mild-explicit , contemporary This is that awkward moment when everybody loved a series, you start with book oneusually the most lovedfilled with positive expectations, and then its just meh!
You liked it, but you didnt L. And the book seems to be looking at you saying it is you. Then a small comment on your status of a fellow reader that had relationship issues with the same uber loved series makes you feel at ease. It isnt just you. The positives first. The opening is great! Instant hook. Not a fan of cliffhangers Now the negatives. After the quick paced start the plot sinks into slower waters for quite a while.
There are too many tourist-guide like descriptions of NY. Shopping here, makeover there, coming here, going there same old… gets boring quickly. Jenny the new best friend is a real Dr. Jekyll Miss Hide. A bit too much, she gets so mean so quickly. Uh, no. The blog thing. The dating two guys thing.
Mmm, ok. It was a nice plot idea. But the sleeping with both of them, literally one day a guy the next day the other was a bit too much for my romantic self. I know, real, within the character self-growth journey… but still a bit unromantic.
Lindsey Kelk - I Heart New York
I Heart New York