Book Review: The Player

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Book Title: The Player
Author: Denise Grover Swank
Genre: Romance, Romantic Comedy, Contemporary Fiction
Pages: 356 pages
Total Read Time: Roughly a month (due to time constraints)
My Recommendation: Would recommend
My rating: 8/10 (a 4 out of 5-star equivalent)

 

SUMMARY
Blair and Garrett are both divorce attorney’s and exes reunited after five years. It must be fate. Blair is still angry but Garrett’s convinced that the heaven’s giving him a sign to shoot for a second chance. But here’s the problem: Blair is getting married in a few days. Here’s another problem: she’s getting married to his cousin and worst enemy. Blair isn’t a believer in curses or fate like her friend Libby who is convinced that the curse cast on to them is real. How does it end? You have to read to find out, for me, it’s surely a wedding you won’t forget.

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Book Review: Twenties Girl

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Book title: Twenties Girl
Author: Sophie Kinsella
Genre: Fiction, Rom-Com, Young Adult Fiction, Comedy, Chick-Lit
Total read time: approximatetly 2hrs
My Recommendation: HIGHLY
My Ratings: 10/10 (a 5 out of 5-star equivalent)

 

SUMMARY:
[Spoiler alert]
Twenties Girl is by far one of my favorite books to date. If I were to read this again, I would. The story takes place with Lara’s world crumbling before her: her boyfriend Josh stopped communicating her six weeks ago, her business partner and best friend left her to fend for herself while she’s out dallying somewhere with a beach hunk, and she couldn’t tell her parents her business partnership is a big bust, to make things worst Lara has to attend a funeral for a great aunt she never knew she had.

 

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