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I wish I was British! — 7 years ago

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Hilarious book! Theodora is just like me…if I was British. The Bridget Jones formula works well in this book. I laughed at Theo’s mom and her Greek tendencies. Imagine having a name like Agamemnon! The portrayal of very conservative and stay at home moms was accurate along with the reaction of those not comfortable with it. I was glad to read Theo’s sister’s response to Charity chastising her for not staying at home after she has the baby. Theodora is proud that she worked hard to have her job and people like Charity shouldn’t put her down for not being like her. The Kevin “Fever Pitch” storyline was great too. I went out and rented the DVD after reading the book (I had no idea Colin Firth was in it!) This book makes me want to have a British accent.

A review of "Tight Squeeze (Motherhood Club)" — 7 years ago

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I"m neither married nor pregnant but reading about Becca Joy’s (i love that name) situation was a fun ride. I could relate with her about her relationship with her sister. The children are not annoying and the husband actually helps out around the house instead of acting clueless. Also reading about the spa trip was fun since I’ve always want to go to one but havent’ had to the chance too. A way to live vicarously through the characters. My only gripe is the perfect neighbor. While there’s nothing wrong with seeing someone who appeares to have it all together, Becca’s neighbor seemed a little too perfect. By the end of the story there appears to be not one single flaw with her. That didn’t seem real. Other than that a great fun read for anyone who enjoys light chick/mom-lit.

A review of "Pink (Shades of Style, Book 1)" — 7 years ago

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I wasn’t sure whether I’d like this book since it appeared to be marketed to African-American females, and I’m Asian-American. Luckily I was proven wrong. “Pink” was a breezy refreshing read. The characters seemed real, not preachy or annoying and actually relatable. It was very cool to find out what goes on inside the fashion design world and how a small business operates. And it was very nice to to see the story from Flex’s POV and not just assuming what he was thinking from Raya. Looking foward to reading Jade!

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