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- Publisher: Headline Eternal (18 April 2017)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUBEQCX
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- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,770 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Walk of Shame was originally a standalone and is now a standalone within the Love Unexpectedly universe. Previously, Good Girl probably had the crown for my favourite of the series but Walk of Shame may just have pipped it to the post. Walk of Shame follows the delightfully ridiculous Georgie and Andrew the boring lawyer. When we first start the book, they only see each other at 5am, Georgie is coming in from a night out, Andrew leaving for a long work day.
Their encounters can't really last for more than two minutes max and yet, as much as the characters themselves I found myself looking forward to them. Andrew and Georgie have such a natural spark that when denying it turns them straight into school children.
I did foresee an issue arising pretty much straight away but I loved how it was dealt with and that the characters are allowed to feel what I felt was not only pretty natural to humans in general, but specific to their characters too. TO me, Lauren has an amazing way of making her characters feel like your best friends that you can actually imagine going through these issues, so I honestly felt Georgie's reaction to events as if I were truly watching them unfold myself.
I loved both Georgie and Andrew's personality.Read more ›
I am only able to give this book a 2 star review. I really don’t like books written in the first person.
I had been trying to find a fun romance to read and having read the Stiletto and Oxford series felt I had nothing to worry about with this book from Lauren Layne who is the same author. I have learned to ‘try a sample’ to avoid the first person mistake but felt I had nothing to worry about this time as it had never happened with the other books.
Sadly, the heroine is written in the first person and added to that is the most annoying, irritating person I have had the displeasure to read. She is supposed to be fun but by the time I got to the third chapter I was thoroughly fed up with her. I could see the author was trying to give her some depth of character as the chapters progressed but I just couldn’t believe in her. Talk was all self, self, self and I suppose by the end of the book we would be expected to believe she had ‘grown’ but I wasn’t interested enough in her to want to know. The fourth chapter was also headed Georgia, I had to sigh in frustration and speed read it to try and move on so I could hopefully find some perspective from the hero. Ah, chapter 4, Andrew, bliss, third person. So, great, surely the book would be written in the third person from her on in now we have a fix on self-absorbed heroine, but no, next chapter back to irritation again and Georgia!
Couldn’t be bothered with it or her! Didn’t go any further! Removed from device! Certain if they live happily at the end of the book it won’t be forever. Will certainly ‘try a sample’ from Ms Layne in future.
Georgiana 'Georgie' Watkins is a wealthy socialite. She and her circle of friends spend their days shopping and making themselves beautiful and their evenings eating and drinking at all the right clubs and bars.
Andrew Mulroney is a lawyer. He gets up at the crack of dawn to go to the gym by 5 am every day, and every day he meets Georgie returning home from her night out. The two of them have been antagonistic towards each other from the day they both moved into the apartment building. Andrew's favourite word for Georgie is "ridiculous" and she just lurves to provoke him into using it. Andrew finds Georgie irritating, vapid, self-indulged, vapid, useless and yet, if he misses seeing her one morning he feels a little disappointed.
There are just so many great scenes in this book, reading it was like eating you favourite creamy, decadent dessert. Light, frothy and utterly delicious.
Loved it, loved it, loved it.
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
Walk of Shame is an absolutely perfect romantic comedy! It has a storyline and characters that will truly warm your heart! Georgie Watkins and Andrew Mulroney are complete opposites from one another. Their first meeting is a testament to that. You would think that they would avoid each other like the plague, but Georgie finds herself getting up at the crack of dawn to see Andrew each morning in the lobby of their apartment building. Andrew finds himself looking forward these encounters. With each one, I could tell there was something magic there, hidden under the sarcasm and cutting remarks. What begins as harmless encounters develops into a romance that I won’t soon forget.
I can always count on Lauren Layne to come up with characters full of personality and quirkiness. Georgie is no exception. She comes across as a socialite who makes a living doing nothing except spending her family’s fortune. WOW, was I in for a shocker. She’s full of life and brings color and joy to those around her…yes, even the straight-laced Andrew. I love how she gets to know each person she comes into contact with, whether it’s the doorman of her apartment building or Andrew’s assistant. What’s not to love about Georgie?
Andrew is completely opposite of Georgie. He’s super intelligent, not that Georgie isn’t. He’s just crazy smart…graduating from college and law school early and becoming the youngest partner in his law firm. He’s a successful divorce attorney with high-powered clients, yet he doesn’t really have much in the social skills department, especially with women. When Georgie comes roaring into his life, all that will change. She brings out some of his best qualities, ones he didn’t even know he had.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was fun and lighthearted but my least favorite of the series so far. And if I can say that and still rate it 3. Read more
I love nothing more than a enemies to 'I can't stop thinking about you' story. The opposites attract theme was at it's very best in the hands of Lauren Layne and she certainly... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Lisa Jayne
This book for me was perfection, funny and fast passed, alongside great characters that were enjoyable keeping me engaged with every turn of the page. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Heather B
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This is the 4th book in the Love Unexpectedly series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. For reader enjoyment, I recommend reading this series in order. Read morePublished 10 days ago by 2kasmom
~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~
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