1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
i thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was being a bit blonde to start with and didn't realise it was a story within a story. DOH.
Once i got to grips with it i could not put it down. I was reading at every opportunity to find out what happens next, who the authors were and what it all had to do with Brooke in Australia.
I had read Melissa Hill before and absolutely loved her books so i knew i was onto a winner.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
After 160 pages I have finally given up. I just cannot get into this book.
There is so many people involved it's quite hard to keep track of who is who.
I bought this as part of a triple pack and after reading everybody's comments I will still give the others a try though.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I could not put this book down. I very much enjoyed "The Chocolate Lovers' Club" but I liked this one even better.
I was even reading walking up to the bus stop. It's got all the ingredients of proper chick lit but it is also very heart felt.
I can't believe Lucy gave Marcus another go. What was she thinking?
And all that is going on with Chantal, Autumn and Nadia. You just wanna read on to see what happends. Lucy's paintball outing with the company and the drug drop that they all did for Autumn's brother Richard had me laugh out loud.
You don't need to have read the first one to appreciate this sequel.
A fabulous book.