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Category: Chick-Lit

Chick-Lit, Romance

Not Just for Christmas

It’s that time of year everything turns festive and today saw a swathe of Christmas themed chick lit released. I do like to read one or two of these during the holiday season to help get me in the mood, and one about dogs seemed…

Chick-Lit, General Fiction

Still Me

Still Me is the third book in the Lou Clark series and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. It starts with a moustache. No, it’s not a new love interest but a U.S. Immigration officer. Lou is in New York! Returning…

Chick-Lit, Romance

Lost for Words

I picked up Lost for Words thinking it would be a lighter read about a woman who works in a second-hand bookshop with maybe a bit of romance. Turns out it’s a lot darker than that but by the time I worked out it wasn’t…

Chick-Lit, Romance

The Other Half of Happiness

The Other Half of Happiness is the sequel to Sofia Khan is Not Obliged and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. Reader, she married him. After eloping in Pakistan, Sofia is worried her mother will never forgive her. It’s not that…

Chick-Lit, Romance

The Great Christmas Knit Off

If being left at the altar wasn’t bad enough, Sybil’s fiancée left her for her twin sister. She’s so distracted at work, she believes she’s made the biggest cock-up and flees to the country to visit her best friend. Completely unprepared, the locals take pity…

Chick-Lit, General Fiction

After You

After You is the sequel to Me Before You and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. Lou made a promise to Will, a promise to live. Yet after a couple of years’ travelling, she’s living in a barely furnished flat and…

Chick-Lit, Romance

The Dish

After fleeing one bad marriage, Laura took up a job as a secretary at The Voice magazine in London. Little did she know, she’d end up writing their popular food column, The Dish, anonymously. Everyone assumes she’s a man, but this is how she prefers…

5 Star, Chick-Lit

The Day We Disappeared

Annie hates it when people work out she’s that Annie Mulholland. She’s been running from her past all her life, putting it on hold whilst she hides behind locked doors, only socialising once a month with her good friends in Le Cloob. Until one day…