Category Archives: Chick-Lit

Got You Back by Jane Fallon

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 408 pages, 2008 Rating: 9/10 Look Inside: A peek at the first dozen chapters Reason for Reading: Chick lit? I’m probably there. British chick lit? I’m all yours. Synopsis: Stephanie lives a wonderful life with her … Continue reading

Houston, We Have a Problema by Gwendolyn Zepeda

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 355 pages, 2007 Rating: 9/10 Reason for Reading: Chick-lit with a Latina twist? Sounds good to me! Synopsis: Feeling her luck with men, her career, and her family failing her, Jessica Luna decides to put fate … Continue reading

Love and Other Natural Disasters by Holly Shumas

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 341 pages, 2009 Rating: 8/10 Reason for Reading: My love of chick-lit; I liked the title. Synopsis: Eight months pregnant, Eve is shattered to discover that her husband, Jonathon, has been having an affair. But not … Continue reading

Your Roots are Showing by Elise Chidley

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 384 pages, 2008 Rating: 9/10 Reason for Reading: Just treating myself to a little chick-lit. Synopsis: Lizzie Buckley should have been living the ideal life – a loving husband, adorable twin kids – but her postpartum … Continue reading

The Smart One and the Pretty One by Claire LaZebnik

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 288 pages, 2008 Rating: 9/10 Reason for Reading: I love my chick-lit. Synopsis: Ava and her little sister Lauren have always felt their places within the family, even if it wasn’t spelled out for them: Ava, … Continue reading

The Fidelity Files by Jessica Brody

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 422 pages, 2008 Rating: 8/10 Reason for Reading: Summer reading. Synopsis: Jennifer Hunter gets paid well for a job she doesn’t want anyone to know about – she’s a ‘fidelity inspector,’ which means women hire her … Continue reading

How the Other Half Hamptons by Jasmin Rosemberg

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 320 pages, 2008 Rating: 9/10 Reason for Reading: Remember that episode of Sex and the City where the women get a place in the Hamptons and craziness happens, especially with Charlotte pretending to be younger in … Continue reading

Names My Sisters Call Me by Megan Crane

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 321 pages, 2008 Rating: 9/10 Reason for Reading: I already read and enjoyed two of the three of Crane’s previous novels, Everyone Else’s Girl and Frenemies. Synopsis: Courtney Cassel has just gotten engaged to the most … Continue reading

Forget About It by Caprice Crane

Reviewed by L.D.Y. Trade, 355 pages, 2007 Rating: 9/10 Reason for Reading: I hadn’t yet read Crane’s first novel, Stupid and Contagious, but that’s no reason to delay reading her second book, right? Synopsis: Jordan Landau is a pushover, and … Continue reading