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Falling in love is always in fashion….With her trust fund and coveted job at Christian Dior, Fanny Moreau believes she has it all. But when her best friend finds a fulfilling new career abroad—and a dreamy relationship with a great guy, Fanny’s fabulous life suddenly feels empty. Inspired to find her true purpose, she trades her cushy lifestyle in San Francisco for an adveFalling in love is always in fashion….With her trust fund and coveted job at Christian Dior, Fanny Moreau believes she has it all. But when her best friend finds a fulfilling new career abroad—and a dreamy relationship with a great guy, Fanny’s fabulous life suddenly feels empty. Inspired to find her true purpose, she trades her cushy lifestyle in San Francisco for an adventure in the Alaskan wilderness.Everyone thinks Fanny has gone off the deep end. What’s a girl with a Ph.D in Prada doing teaching in an Inuit village? Even Fanny is wondering, especially when she comes face to face with Calder MacFarlane. The Scottish search and rescue pilot is everything Fanny is not—selfless, heroic, and used to living on the edge. He’s also the man who once loved her best friend. Yet something in Calder’s sexy gaze has her believing that she’s a woman capable of great things—a woman who might just find her own happily-ever-after, in a place where she least expects it….“Leah Marie Brown has a wily way of bringing her stories to life with sharp dialogue and drop-dead sexy characters.” —Cindy Miles, National Bestselling Author“When it comes to crafting clever, intelligent, wonderful escapist fiction with a heroine every woman wants to know, Leah Marie Brown is a new voice to watch. Prepare to fall in love!” —Renee Ryan, Daphne du Maurier Award-Winning Author...

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Number of Pages : 222 Pages
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Working It Reviews

  • Beth
    2019-02-01 18:57

    On the fashion career fast track, Fanny Moreau commits career suicide with a drunken text that lands her working for a non-profit charity in Alaska. Nothing like a little culture shock, the streets of NYC to the Alaskan wilderness.It just so happens that on her way to her new found fashion exile, Fanny runs into her best friends ex-boyfriend/fling, Scottish rescue pilot, Calder.Fanny dreamed of landing a pilot like Calder but she doesn’t think a sexy man like him would ever want a girl like her…there is something about the way Calder looks at her that makes her feel she can conquer the world.I liked it but there was something about the pace of the story that was just off. It definitely had a very slow start with it taking over 1/3 of the book before the story really began. That slow start was offset by great humor, that did keep me invested.In the end I found Working It sweet, very comical and sexy and a nice read for the chick lit. shelf. 3.5 stars.I received this ARC copy of Working It from Kensington Books - Lyrical Shine in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication June 7, 2016.My Rating: 3.5 StarsWritten by: Leah Marie BrownPrint Length: 224 pagesPublisher: Lyrical ShinePublication Date: June 7, 2016Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher ServicesGenre: Contemporary Romanceitunes | Amazon | Barnes & NobleReviewed for:

  • Mary Lee
    2019-01-24 17:01

    Working It rounds out the It Girls series nicely. Fanny is a heroine readers can cheer for and since Vivia is her best friend, readers get updates on the character we've grown to love from the first two books in the series.

  • Michelle
    2019-02-20 16:53

    **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: http://bookbriefs.net**Working It is the third book in the It Girl series by by Leah Marie Brown. The It Girl Series are all adult romantic comedies, and each one can be read as a standalone. Working It is the first book that I have had the opportunity to read, but now that I have seen Vivia so much from this book, I am dying to read her story. She seems awesome! I enjoyed how witty and fun Working It was. It was the perfect mix of humor, chick lit, friendship and romance.Fanny is a very posh, and some might say a bit of a B, lady who loses her job at a top fashion house and finds herself a little lost. She ends up at a non-profit in the middle of Alaska teaching a class. Working It is really a journey of self discovery for Fanny. I loved that she has such great friends. The friendships in this book made me smile almost as much as the romance did. I love Vivia and I really took a quick liking to Fanny's roommate at Teach them to Fish. She is quirky and a ton of fun. I would love for her to get her own book.I really enjoyed Working It. It was a quick read that was a ton of fun. I had only two sticking points with the book. First, I thought it took a little while to really get rolling. I was kind of bored in the beginning, and the story really only started to catch my interest when Fanny arrived in Alaska. From there on out, Working It and I were friends. My main complaint is that I felt like the book was too short. Once I started to get into the characters and the relationships, I felt like the story flew by and I didn't get a chance to savore them r hang out with them long enough. Especially in regards to the romance. I felt like once things were really picking up with Calder and Fanny we were at 72% into the book and I was sad because I knew it would be over soon. I wanted to see more of them.Bottom line: Fans of chick lit will adore this series. Working It is a fun read that you can finish in one sitting. It takes a little bit of time to gain steam, but once the story gets going it is fast paced and zips right along to the very end. I think you will appreciate the friendships in this story most of all, but there is also a yummy romance with a scot that I loved. Overall, this was a fun read. I can't wait to read Vivia's story.This review was originally posted on Book Briefs

  • Steph McVicker
    2019-02-11 14:52

    I can't help but picture sexy Calder in a kilt. Lawd have mercy, even in writing, this Scot is delectable!! Dior devotee Stéphanie Moreau has royally effed up. One drunken night and an ill-timed email has her not only losing her job, but her self-respect too. In an effort to reinvent herself, she's taken on a volunteer position in Sitka, Alaska, and in the airport she runs into Calder MacFarlane, aka Hottie McScottie, the very man who tried to woo her BFF from her fiancé. Calder is just as delicious as she remembers, and now around teaching locals how to design and make clothing, she finds herself hookin' up with the Scottish helicopter rescue pilot/sheep farmer/sex on a stick. Between bitchy students and bitchin' sex, Fanny has her hands full…and she's never been happier. WORKING IT is the third book in the It Girl series, this time featuring Vivia's bestie Fanny and her misadventures in fashion and love. I felt a little lost during parts of this book as I haven't read the second story in this series, but caught up fairly smoothly. Fanny is bitchy and snarky and divalicious, but also a great friend and a little clueless about the real world. The sex scenes with Hottie McScottie are yummy, though a bit glossed over and rushed, but that's ok, as this story is more about her finding out who she is underneath the Dior. I love that she was so vulnerable and even more that her bestie Vivia made an appearance! Their relationship is really the star of this show, and in the end WORKING IT is a story about living your authentic self and surrounding yourself with amazing, quality friends who adore and fulfill you. What a fabulous message!! Bottom Line: Ms. Brown's writing is witty, sexy and poignant, and I love how she makes her point without sounding preachy. Kudos to you once again for an awesome read! - See more at: http://www.theromancereviews.com/view... - See more at: http://www.theromancereviews.com/view...

  • Gigi staub
    2019-02-06 20:45

    Falling in love is always in fashion….With her trust fund and coveted job at Christian Dior, Fanny Moreau believes she has it all. But when her best friend finds a fulfilling new career abroad—and a dreamy relationship with a great guy, Fanny’s fabulous life suddenly feels empty. Inspired to find her true purpose, she trades her cushy lifestyle in San Francisco for an adventure in the Alaskan wilderness.Everyone thinks Fanny has gone off the deep end. What’s a girl with a Ph.D in Prada doing teaching in an Inuit village? Even Fanny is wondering, especially when she comes face to face with Calder MacFarlane. The Scottish search and rescue pilot is everything Fanny is not—selfless, heroic, and used to living on the edge. He’s also the man who once loved her best friend. Yet something in Calder’s sexy gaze has her believing that she’s a woman capable of great things—a woman who might just find her own happily-ever-after, in a place where she least expects it….Review:I really enjoyed this fun, clever book by new-to-me Author Leah Marie Brown.I have been racking my brain trying to figure out who this Author reminds me with regards to her writing style but nothing. Anyway. I found the writing very fun to read with the right amount of witty dialogue, sarcasm, interesting characters and romance. I know it sort of reminds me of the old show Northern Exposure. Fanny is a fish out of water in this small Alaskan town as she tries to "find herself" and work as a teacher. Of course, there is a love interest, Calder who is a search and rescue pilot with a delicious Scottish accent. I would have liked to get to know more about Calder. There are bumps in Fanny's new life plans and romance when she is offered a very prestigious job in Paris. Fanny at first comes off a little one-dimensional, but as the story goes on and she grows she becomes more well-rounded and so much more interesting. The romance with Calder has a little spice to it, but if you are looking for an erotic romance this is not it. This is the third book in the series and at no time was confusing to have not read them in order. Though Vivia who is the main character of the first two is Fanny's best friend and they are so fun together I want to go back and read more about them. This is not a particularly long story, so it would be great afternoon laying in the sun read.Light, fun read, perfect for summer.4Stars*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.*

  • Silke
    2019-02-01 22:47

    I received a copy through Netgalley in return for an honest review.In all honesty, there were a few niggles with the book.Them being- I was constantly borderlining on disliking Fanny. She was judgemental and shallow at the best of times but what kept her straight was the way she could truly care about people once she got over her own prejudice.- The time she actually spent in Alaska and what happened before were unbalanced. The Alaska time was rushed and it almost felt like watching a trailer of a movie rather than having an entire film. I don't know how this book kept its length without actually zooming in on the actual story plot.Then why did I give this story 9,5/10?Simple, because I loved reading this book!There's something about Leah Marie Brown's writing that makes her stories like a soft fluffy pillow. You can't help but love curling up with them.This is the third book in the It Series but it works perfectly as a standalone which is great for new readers. On the other hand it also has little hints for the people who have read the previous books.And with this story I was happy to see an old favourite make a come-back: Calder McHottie!As Calder manages to slowly thaw Fanny and make her more loveable (and horny), I also started to like Fanny more and more.We also meet Laney and I feel like she was used as a middle person. The thing we needed to connect Fanny from the one event to the other and this being her only purpose. Which was a bit of a shame because she was an interesting character with more potential.So When LMB said the next book will star Laney, I hope we'll get to find out more about her but also about the setting of Alaska of which we now only had a glimpse.Despite the few issues I had with it, I enjoyed it rather a lot. This book is simply a perfect story to read during summer by the pool or under a blanket with a warm drink.posted on: http://silkereadsandwrites.blogspot.b...

  • Bink
    2019-02-21 15:48

    I'm disappointed. I wrote this review and it didn't save. the style and tone of the book were good. Stéphanie is an absolute bitch, extremely judgemental, mean, hungry and ridiculous for using new age slang like "totes". Class A people around her and it was amazing that she even intrigued them to begin. Her character journey is what made her interesting but the book was too abrupt. We were now delving into her issues and resolution and love and it just ended. A quickie epilogue and that was that. Calder was cheated out of voicing his thoughts and I'm sure it would have been greatly appreciated. Book was too damn short. Vivian got two books dammit and Fanny was the more interesting of the two. Thank heavens for the 2am call that was answered. It was the catalyst Fanny needed. That's not even a thing were Im from. My darlings and I are mostly fowls and very proud. What's app and whenever we get up we will respond. The scene in which the black male character imitated something with reference to the latin male character really displayed the unfortunate way the American society is developing. Too sensitive. Fanny had the thought before understanding the reference that it was racist and I had the thought that Fanny is a damn ass and part of the overly sensitive society emerging. Nothing about it was racist or hateful etc.Should have been a deleted scene. We have one race with multiple ethnicities and cultures and some places where the two have merged beautifully but aren't being appreciated for what it can truly be by others.Leah continue to write beautiful novels and complex diverse characters. I wouldn't be surprised if this was picked up for a motion picture.

  • Bruna Vraničić Vujević
    2019-02-13 16:06

    Working It is the third book in the It Girl's series by Leah Marie Brown. It can be read as a standalone but it's best to read the first two books before.This is a story about Stephanie aka Fanny Moreau, Vivia's best friend. When Fanny trades her high fashion lifestyle for a teaching position in Alaska, it's the start of a new and amazing adventure. There she meets Calder MacFarlane aka Hottie McScottie, the brave search and rescue pilot who once loved her best friend Vivia. And the rest of it is history!Brown's laugh out loud sense of humor comes through again. This book is simply a perfect story to read during the summer on the beach, or under a blanket by the fireplace in winter. Simply loved it!!!

  • Jin
    2019-02-17 15:58

    Thanks to Netgalley and Kensington Publishing Lyrical Shine for my ARCThis book was solid 3 1/2 stars. It was definitely different from other books. I wasn’t sure if I really liked main character Fanny. She was set as far as her career goes. She loved expensive things, she could definitely afford them and she worked in fashion business. I felt she was snobbish at first because she critiqued everything and nothing was better than really fancy brand. But after horrendous date and after couple of bottles of wine, she was questioning her life. She ends up making biggest mistake or best decision in her life by sending an email that she wrote while drunk, to everyone at her work plus other places. Fashion was life and her goal was to work at Christian Dior in Paris but after that email doesn’t seem like she will be getting that job anytime soon. Fanny was fired and she was scouted by Learning to Fish to teach in Alaska. She couldn’t get back to work anywhere in San Francisco or New York, so she decided to head to Alaska Where she meets gorgeous Scottish rescue pilot Calder MacFarlane. She met him through her best friend Vivia when she was traveling working at his farm. Calder’s Scottish brogue was thick and sometimes i had to look up some words. He was one of the characters I did enjoy. He was helping her to find her true self and loving her the way she is. When Fanny finally learns to love others like Vivia. I loved Vivia in the story. Her texts were funny and hilarious. She really kept me going to next chapter when I did not like tone of Fanny. But could Fanny love and give everything up when she is given another chance??? It kept me wondering what would happen until the very end. All the other characters except Fanny were down to earth and hilarious. I did enjoy reading about all of them. But it was different heroine for me.

  • Terri
    2019-02-04 21:59

    Review also found at http://kristineandterri.blogspot.ca/2...I received a copy of this book from the publisher Kensington via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This story was just released last week.This story is the third in the it girl series. It can be read as a stand alone however in my opinion, I would recommend reading the series in order. The reason is that by doing so you get the entire picture as well as the reader gets to experience the humor of Brown from the beginning. Also, the first two stories feature Vivian and will give the reader greater context in her role in Fanny's life. With that in mind this review may only make sense to those who have read the whole series.I'm not going to lie, I feel the first book was the best however in most cases this tends to be the case. By now I am used to the over the top humor and endless references to all things pop culture. There is no longer any shock value for me. That doesn't mean this was not a good story. It delivered exactly what I was looking for and that was a light funny read.While I was onboard with Fanny's journey, I did not find her as dynamic or compelling as her best friend. This makes sense as the whole plot is surrounding her uptight personality. It was interesting how Brown threw a lot of French phrases in to the story. As someone who lives in a bilingual (French/English) city, I do come across a lot of Frenglish being spoken. That being said it is none of the phrases penned in this story.This was a light, fast & humorous read. While I feel that it will forever live in the shadows of the two that came before, it is still a good read. Based on the ending of this story...can we expect a fourth story in the It Girl series? I guess I will have to wait and see.

  • Rachel
    2019-02-16 15:53

    About the book:When Fanny trades her high fashion lifestyle for a teaching position in Alaska it's the start of an amazing adventure. Meeting Calder, the brave search and rescue pilot who once loved her best friend is just the start.Can she find her happily ever after or is stepping out of her comfort zone a big mistake?My thoughts:I loved all of the characters in this book they were funny, charming and likeable. When Fanny accidentally sabotages her job it's the beginning of a journey of self discovery. It was great to see her character develop and grow. Calder is great he is strong, direct and I think most women would fall for him. Fanny has some great friends in Vivia and Laney they were both very funny at times. I thought the text messages that Vivia sent were a fun addition to the story.The plot is straightforward and moves at a good pace. I pretty much read the book in two sittings. I would very much like to read the other books in the series. If this story is anything to go by I am sure they are great.Overall:Working It is an enjoyable, charming and fun story that will leave you with a smile!Four and a half stars!Thank you to Kensington Books & Netgalley for my copy to read and review. This is my honest opinion.

  • Laura
    2019-02-22 17:08

    This is a great book; this is the third book in The It Girls series written by Leah Marie Brown. This book can be read as a standalone, but once you read this one you will want to go back and read the other books in this series. I was so excited to get this book, it has it all romance, adventure and humor. Fanny Moreau believes she has it all, a trust fund and a coveted job at Christian Dior. Until she makes a drunken mistake which ends her fired from her job. She ends up taking on a job in the Alaskan wilderness teaching girls about fashion. When Fanny comes face to face with Calder MacFarlane, the Scottish search and rescue pilot. This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. This book will keep you reading long into the night. If you are looking for a great book, then you need to read this book. I am looking forward to reading the next book by this great author.A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review.

  • Kristin
    2019-01-31 18:43

    I am a huge Leah Marie Brown fan! I fell in love with her "Faking It", then "Finding It" this past year. Couldn't wait for this one to come out! Vivia and her friend Stephanie (Fanny, to her friends) have all the best of a BFF relationship. The first two books are focused on Vivia, while Fanny takes the secondary role as the best friend. This one, "Working It", is all Fanny, while Vivia creates a supporting role. From the get-go, Brown makes you feel as if you play an integral part in these girls' lives. You'll laugh, cry and empathize with Fanny as she makes decisions about her future, her relationships and romance. This is the third of the series, so make sure to read them in order! It was hinted this might not be the end of the adventures of Fanny and Vivia. I certainly hope that is the case. I'll be first in line to order the next one from Leah Marie Brown!

  • Susan Underbrink
    2019-02-19 17:08

    A big thank you to NetGalley and Kensington Books for the ARC for an honest review. First time reading this author. I had no idea that this was the 3rd in a series. Wow-totally a stand alone book. I guess I need to pay more attention.This book was quirky, fun, interesting and unique. Fanny commits job suicide and somehow ends up in Sitka, Alaska. Wow quite a change of scenery..from France via San Francisco... .new life, new friends. A wild ride for a french speaking fashionista. No spoilers as it won't come out until June. I think that anyone who enjoys romance will enjoy this. Give it a go and let me know. Enjoy

  • Natalie
    2019-02-03 15:02

    This is the first "It Girl" novel I have read, and although it is the third book in this series, I felt like I didn't miss much by starting with number three. I do plan to eventually read the first two books because I enjoyed this one so much. This was a delightful, easy read and I flew through it. The main character, Fanny, was relatable in some aspects. I enjoyed her story and transformation. Overall, I would recommend this book to friends. It's a great chick lit story. I received an ebook copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.

  • Kristal
    2019-02-23 19:58

    This is my first time reading a book by Leah Marie Brown. I really enjoyed it. The characters are unique and well developed. There is fun, snarky dialogue between the characters. This books is an excellent way to spend time reading. I recommend this book. I will definitely be checking out the rest of the books in the series. I have not read the first two books in the series and did not feel completely lost by doing so. Thanks to Kensington and NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read this book.

  • Michele Minor
    2019-02-22 23:12

    This book is a fun read about a girl who steps out of her own comfort zone after a career ending mistake sends her to Alaska to volunteer to teach others about fashion in Alaska. She meets up with Calder a Scotsman that she has met before and gets to know him better. She starts to look inside herself at her reason for loving fashion and designers. This book is a fun and light read. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in return for a review.

  • Tracie Weaver
    2019-02-24 16:58

    Couldn't put it down.....Thought I would get a couple of chapters in before bed..... and now it's after one in the morning and the alarm is at 530! But it was too good to put down and now the dreaded wait for the next it girls book begins :( Loved it as always.... but I think this one was my favorite so far!

  • Kristi Lewis
    2019-02-21 20:50

    It was a great book. I think it's a top pick for a summer read. I read the two other books in the It Girls series. I thoroughly enjoyed those books. It was a great story full of adventures and life lessons.

  • Kevin Brown
    2019-02-23 18:04

    Working It is Leah Brown's third book in her It Girls series and does not disappoint. Leah Brown's laugh out loud sense of humor comes through again. A must read for the summer!

  • Nancy
    2019-02-20 21:12

    This book was a fast and fun read. It is part of a series but it could be read as a stand alone book.

  • Jen Schares
    2019-02-06 19:49

    I enjoy reading about these characters. Hope she continues to write more in this series!

  • Chantal
    2019-02-20 17:45

    Loved this book! I think I enjoyed this one the most so far. Although Vivia's stories were wonderful. I just like the growth of the character in this one! I really don't wantTo have to wait until May for the next one.It's going to be the longest two months ever!

  • Tracy
    2019-02-24 18:59

    Fun, lighthearted readThis was a quick but enjoyable read. The main character struggles to find herself and her passions in life and ends on a satisfying note.

  • Bree T
    2019-02-21 22:53

    This had a heap of potential but I'm not sure it really worked for me in the long run. Alaska was a big tick but once the MC arrived, she just about could've been anywhere. Apart from one or two mentions of walking in snow etc, there was nothing much about being transplanted from California to Alaska and it never really gave me much of an idea what it might be like to be living and working in a remote region of an already isolated state.I haven't read the previous two books (I didn't know this was part of a series when I requested it, oops) and I feel as though it's okay as stand alone but I did feel like I was missing a little bit of the story between the hero and the heroine. Obviously, that's my fault having picked up a book that was third in a series. There were some really cute moments with the two characters but there were also some moments where I just felt that it didn't really work and the end conflict where they are separated because Fanny gets her dream job and he would rather she not do that and go with him, really kind of set my teeth on edge. There was a real lack of the hero being willing to compromise at all.This was just ok for me - uneven pacing (so much of the book takes place unnecessarily before the move to Alaska and then the ending feels too rushed) and a few niggly issues. Didn't love Fanny - she does grow on you but she starts off as quite a nightmare and that part of the book was a bit of a struggle. I'd really have loved more about a fashionista being in Alaska and a little more time for the romance to really develop properly. There were some funny moments but also some that just felt a bit too much.

  • Laura.125Pages
    2019-01-27 14:59

    This review was originally posted on www.125pages.comI was excited to read Working It by Leah Marie Brown as I really enjoyed the second book in this series Finding It. This story features the bestie from the previous book, Stephanie Moreau, basically losing her s*** one night, tanking her coveted high fashion job and running off to Alaska to try to find her true purpose. Sounds super cute and I was really looking forward to it. The story was cute and I loved the plot, however I disliked the main character. A couple of things drove me crazy; one she goes by Fanny. Seriously, a fashionable French woman being called another name for a rear-end? Drove me nuts. Also she called her best friend Vivian because her real name, Vivia, isn’t glamorous for her, but she was fine with being called Butt the whole time. Also if a person did not live up to her high standards, Booty, dismissed them offhand. I know these are small things but in the scope of a 224 page book, they really hampered my enjoyment. I did like the leading man, Calder, and enjoyed how he brought Tushie out of her shell. This was a read where you know exactly what is going to happen and are still fine with it as the story line is sweet. I just could not get over my active dislike of Rump.This book was most likely received free from the publisher/author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

  • Amy
    2019-02-23 18:03

    I really wanted to like this book. I love the cover, and the premise was unique (going to Alaska, a place I have always been curious about, to "find oneself").I liked the first book in the series, Faking It, I also read the second book, Finding It, and liked it a little bit less, and this third book, well, I almost did not finish it. The main character, Fanny, is the most interesting character of the story, I guess maybe because I am a bit like her in some ways. The plot is VERY slow and almost non existent (at the 60% mark in the book, the only thing Fanny had done was fly to Alaska, meet Laney and go to a clothing store and candy store). I kept waiting for something to happen...Speaking of Laney, wow, possibly the most annoying character I have had to endure...her constant use of "totes" really got to me, she sounded like a 13 year old. "Totes" is a word that just needs to go away, especially when a 20-something year old is constantly using it. The author kept using pop culture references, which I was hoping she would get away from after using those so much in the first and second books. I just hope that, if there is a fourth book, Laney is not the main character or even in it at all because I already know I will not buy the book if that is the case. Thank goodness for Calder, who was a great character, but not enough to save the story. This is definitely the worst book in the series, which is usually the case and I am afraid I could not recommend it to anyone. Even though the author definitely has a great sense of humor and write very well, it just did not work.

  • Rebecca
    2019-02-02 15:49

    This book is the third installment of the It Girl books, and it is a thoroughly enjoyable read even if you haven't read the first two books. The plot is incredibly far-fetched (fashion maven gets fired, moves to Alaska, and runs into a boy she met in Scotland), but tons of fun. While this book wasn't as good as the first It Girls book, I definitely enjoyed it more than the second. My only complaint is that I wish it was longer. The end seemed a bit rushed-almost like the author had to meet a deadline so she just decided to quit writing.I received this book free from Net Galley in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion.

  • Kerryn (RatherBeReading)
    2019-02-02 14:53

    [Disclaimer: I received this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review]3.5 starsI have previously read the first two books in this series featuring Vivia and really enjoyed them. Leah Marie Brown writes a great lighthearted, funny romance and this book was no exception.I didn't quite enjoy Fanny as much as a narrator as I did Vivia but this book was just as enjoyable and funny as ever.If you have enjoyed previous works by Leah Marie Brown then I definitely recommend checking this one out.

  • Judy
    2019-02-23 21:59

    This is third in the It Girl series, but stands alone just fine. It´s a quick fun read with likeable characters. There´s nothing realistic about it, but that´s not why you read romantic comedies!