Book Review: The Good Girlfriend’s Guide to Getting Even by Anna Bell

Welcome back 🙂 I’m really enjoying this new posting schedule of mine and can only hope that you appreciate it too. As it is Saturday today, I have another little book review for you. I read The Good Girlfriend’s Guide to Getting Even a little while ago, but never came around to reviewing it. We’re going…

Book Review: Wilde Like Me by Louise Pentland

I’m really excited to review Louise Pentland’s first novel Wilde Like Me. And there are two reasons for that. One is the fact that I really enjoyed reading it and the other you can catch up on over on my Instagram. 🙂 Wilde Like Me tells the story of Robin Wilde and her daughter Lyla Blue.…

Book Review: The Summer House By The Sea by Jenny Oliver

Oh yes! I have been in a bit of a rut in terms of my reading. Which is a shame, really. Especially given that I’ve spent a fortune on books in the last couple of weeks. So I’m sure my bank account will forever be grateful for Jenny Oliver and The Summer House By The Sea. It…

Book Review: My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

I have read MANY Sophie Kinsella books throughout the years and I have always loved them. There’s something about her characters – usually bubbly, self-conscious, chaotic twenty-something women on a mission – that always spoke to me. I could always somehow relate to the things they were going through and the problems they were facing. And…

Is “Chick Lit” bad literature?

One of the things I thought about when starting this blog was: what kind of books do I want to write about? Is this going to be “just” another Chick Lit blog, or am I going to try and write about classics like Great Expectations, Romeo and Juliet, Pride and Prejudice and so on. You…

Book Review: A Passionate Love Affair With a Total Stranger by Lucy Robinson

When Charlotte breaks her leg in way too many places at her best friend Sam’s engagement picnic, her entire life unravels before her eyes. Unable to go to work, she is suddenly left with too much free time on her hands. Removed from her high-end job and unbelievably sexy and irresistible boss, with whom she…

Book Review: I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella

When Poppy loses her big engagement ring AND her phone on the same day, she is positive that her life is over. Okay. Maybe not over, but pretty much screwed up. Her fiancĂ©’s parents, who don’t like her very much as it is, will certainly be done with her and her fiancĂ© Magnus will probably not be…

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