Saturday, 3 November 2012

I've calmed down by immersing myself in camomile, *5 reviews and a future gin date!!! Or is it Mr JD you're supposed to turn to in times of writers trouble?
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Engaging and enjoyable romance
"Moving up on Manolos" is a really enjoyable romantic read - the characters are engaging and believable, and the story was pacey and kept you interested. I found that I really liked Jane as a character, and Michael was intriguing and mysterious (as a good male lead should be!). I am a sucker for a happy ending - so this ticked all my boxes!
Published 2 months ago by BethArchives

5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 2012
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This review is from: MOVING UP ON MANOLOS (A Romantic Comedy) (Kindle Edition)
I cannot rate this book highly enough. I am an avid chick lit reader and love Paige Toon and Lindsey Kelk etc.
The main character Jane is instantly likeable and the authors style is brilliant and I cannot wait to read more books by her. However I wish there was a sequel to this one.
FAB BOOK - sad its finished

5.0 out of 5 stars Un-put-down-able rompy fun! 2012
This review is from: MOVING UP ON MANOLOS (A Romantic Comedy) (Kindle Edition)
I've just finished this book after finally getting round to it having bought it back when it was released. I'm kicking myself for leaving it so long!
It's up there with the best modern women's fiction I have ever read, Marian Keyes and Sophie Kinsella need to watch their backs.
You are instantly drawn into Jane's roller coaster world and the plot is totally believable too. Jane is the every woman and relating to the character is easy and fun.
I will be starting Nina's next book, Fighting Love, ASAP in the hope that there is an update on Jane within it. If not Nina, I will be demanding a sequel for Jane "Keeping up with the Choo's" or something?!

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