Lottie thought that Richard was going to propose. Instead, he suggested that she come with him on a vacation abroad, so she broke up with him. Fliss, Lottie’s sister, is going through a divorce and was hoping to make Lottie’s life better than her’s. Then Lottie meets with Ben, a boyfriend from her gap year, he proposes and they get married right away. They go on their honeymoon to the Greek island where they met. Fliss and Ben’s best friend Lorcan are trying to stop the marriage in any way possible. A fun chick-lit story perfect for summer!
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Amy Jane is anything but sweet, hence the nickname her uncle gave her, Sweet. She’s a private detective who gets hired by one of the broadcasters of the Saint Louis Lions hockey team to figure out who is stalking him. Then they start to have feelings for each other. Will their pretend relationship to lure out the stalker turn into something real? Another fun chick lit novel! Great for summer!
Stella and Alex have been neighbors and best friends for three years. Both of them feel an attraction towards the other, but neither will admit it for fear of ruining the friendship. Then Stella’s ex-boyfriend, a man who cheated on her with her then-best girl friend, comes back to town asking Stella to do their wedding photos. To get back at him, Stella needs a boyfriend immediately, and Alex is just the person to ask. Can they actually admit their feelings or will they just mess up their friendship while pretending? This is one of those cute and fast chick-lit reads. It was great for a fun summer story!
Kristina and Kristopher have rarely been separated since their birth. With a dead mother and an absent father, plus Kristopher’s medical condition, they have stayed at home in the old-fashioned Victoria. When their Space Admiral father decides that it’s time for Kristopher to go to the Academy and enter the Star Fleet, when all he wants is to play music, the twins are upset. Kristina convinces her brother to stay behind and practice, and she disguises herself as him and goes to the Academy, all she ever wanted, but couldn’t have as a girl. When she gets there, she has to deal with bullies, public showers and growing feelings for her roommate. Can she keep her secret so that she and Kristopher can both attain their goals? A wonderful retelling of a classic tale, I read this in only two sittings. And in one day. Definitely a great YA read!
Izzy is raising a kid that isn’t her’s, and the judge won’t let her adopt, has a huge gallery opening of her work and is publishing another book of her photos. Then she gets a job shooting for Sports Illustrated; and shooting Jason Cartwright of all people. He’s trying to get over a major knee injury and get back into tennis. She’s trying to not fall for him again, like when they were in college. Can they help each other, or will they just mess everything up? This was a fun chick-lit book that had you rooting for all of the characters.
This is the final book in the three-book series that started with Crank. Unlike the other volumes that followed Kristina’s story; this one follows Hunter, Autumn and Summer, the eldest children of Kristina. In their teenage years, they are trying to live their own lives, but they are quickly realizing that the choices they make are highly influenced by Kristina, even when they don’t want them to be. As usual, these books are fast reads that absolutely drag you into the story. I couldn’t put it down!
Riley has the best friend a girl could ask for. He also happens to be a huge player. Then she goes on a month-long vacation and suddenly misses him a lot. What can she do about her feelings that go beyond “just friends?” This book was one of those easy-to-read chick romances, but it was definitely fun. Good for an enjoyable, quick read!