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Friday, April 27, 2012

Free Friday! Chick Lit

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Momnesia by Lori Verni-Fogarsi



Can this suburban mom find balance between her "momminess" and her "sexiness?"

She's smart, pretty, and runs her own business. So then why does she feel so dead inside? Between work, two kids, and a husband who finds her about as exciting as furniture shopping, this is the story of a (formerly-exciting but now way-too-typical) suburban mom who diagnoses herself with Momnesia and sets about finessing a new version of her old vivaciousness:

Momnesia (mahm-nee-zhuh) -noun-
Loss of the memory of who you used to be. Caused by pregnancy, play dates, and trying to keep the house cleaner than the Joneses.

She finds some adventure pursuing her own interests, and does make some new friends (including the battery operated variety), but she still feels like nothing more than a caretaker.

In between dealing with her husband's manic-depressive behavior, drama with her friends, and some naughty Internet escapades, she questions, "Is it that I haven't been myself? Or is it that I am being myself but just different than I used to be?"

It isn't until she tosses the Invisible Rule Book altogether, that she discovers life--and love--have more to offer than she ever imagined!

Delivered with Love by Sherry Kyle



From Publishers Weekly
Kyle (The Christian Girl's Guide to Style) moves from tween girl writing in her debut adult novel with the unlikely scenario of a 35- year-old love letter found by 23-year-old Claire James in her recently deceased mother's '72 Volkswagen glove compartment. After Claire loses her waitress job and is kicked out of her sister's apartment, she heads to Capitola, Calif., in search of the author of the love letter, having become obsessed with ferreting him out. After a series of clunky mishaps, Claire lands a job and a place to stay, where she conveniently meets up with her mother's long-lost love. Part mystery, part comedy, the story places Claire in the middle of numerous unlikely emotionally charged situations with the residents of Capitola. Determined to unravel the secret behind the love letter, Claire doesn't give up until the truth is told.

Hollywood Girls Club by Maggie Marr




From Publishers Weekly
Hollywood power-puff Marr pulls back the curtain on the wizards of Tinseltown, exposing a quartet of shameless, shoe-crazy ladies bent on building fame and fortune through blockbusters. Here's Celese "Cici" Solange, the stunning movie queen clinging to stardom by a manicured fingernail; her agent, Jessica Caulfield, president of CTA, "the most powerful agency in town," determined to keep her top-notch client list and position; billion-dollar producer Lydia Albright, fighting to a bring a sure-fire hit to the screen before she's fired by a new studio chief; and writer Mary Ann Meyers, plucked from obscurity to write the $1.5-million screenplay that brings all the players together. Marr knows her power-hungry vipers, thanks to her stint at the talent agency ICM. Though her insider's tell-all bristles at the plight of women who compete ("Talent representation was a male business; it was sales"), this novel is less about hit-making than cold compromise—"With the paparazzi, with the press, with the studios, with the producers, with myself," as Celeste concedes. The girls' club, cutthroat and callous, turns out to be a lot like the boys' club, but cattier and more fun to read about. A sequel is in the works. (Apr.)
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