Finished before work yesterday. Her books are pretty short, lots of witty banter, insta love, sexy fun times and usually some manner of danger and suspense. I always wish they were longer but she tends to put them out fairly quickly and lots of characters crossover throughout her many series. #braincandy
Utter fluff! 🧠🍭 Ridiculous, OTT and I kinda mean that as a compliment!
Think snapchat/email-chain epistolary, if the ‘Vanderpump Rules‘ ladies were all A-types, lived in NYC, considered GOOP their Bible and planned a wedding for their Bridezilla bestie!
I could only take this satire in small doses, but when I picked it up, it never failed to make me laugh. Oh the cluelessness! 🤦♀️
I recently learned my first favorite romance author, Christina Skye, died last year. Breast cancer. I‘m heartbroken. So, to mend a broken heart, I reread a favorite romance!
Strong characters butting heads as attraction builds, all while danger grows around them. Draycott Abbey‘s resident ghosts make brief appearances, and true love wins. 4/5⭐️
I believe this is the third Draycott novel, does not require familiarity with the series but it helps.
In the midst of all of my buddy reads, a part of my brain was like, "What's that Nancy Drew book where she runs up & down a staircase to figure out which steps don't creak?" ? I had to read it again immediately despite having read it probably 52 times when I was young. Pure nostalgia #braincandy. Nancy knows how to get an owl out of a room! Hannah cooks a 4 course meal no matter what the hell goes down! The bad guys are always scowling! Love it.
A gripping and thoroughly enjoyable tale of deceit, avarice and murder in the art world. The main character, Judith, cuts a trail through Europe allowing no one to get in her way as she pursues her ambition to become a rich art dealer. Sexy, sassy and highly entertaining with a sprinkling of cheese that can be forgiven. Think 50 Shades meets The Da Vinci Code. Warning - the sex scenes are very descriptive and there are more than a few c-bombs. 4⭐️
This is the perfect, salacious chick-lit novel when you need a mindless, funny read. There are laugh-out-loud, as well as plenty of omigod moments.
There are also plenty of vapid characters, but it's on brand with the image Weisberger tries to create.
I read this for #booked2018 #beachread. (Yes I am very far behind, yay work) I tend to read Nicholas Sparks a lot in the summer since they are easy, if not somewhat predictable reads. Once again I enjoyed his book. I did figure one thing out at the end, but it wasn't as predictable as I expected.
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