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on 16 November 2011
First of all I feel I must say that I know Katie doesn't write these books herself. And I don't care. At least she's honest about it, which is more than can be said for some.
Right, onto the story. This time we're back with Angel (who has appeared in the books before) but this time the focus is on her half-sister, Tiffany. Tiffany is working in a pizza restaurant and gets a letter from her mother saying that Angel is her sister. The story follows the development of their relationship. As always there are plenty of men along the way!
I always find these books to be easy-reads which don't require much thought and this is no different. It's all very unbelievable and 'perfect' but that's what I've come to expect.
The writing in this book is weak. Everything happens in such a rush and it can feel very amateurish. There are also some glaring typing errors, which should have been picked up when the book was proof read. The cover leads you to believe that this is a Christmas read, which it isn't really until you get to the last few chapters.
All in all, this is not the best book in the world and it won't be winning any literary prizes anytime soon. However, it is my guilty pleasure!