I HEART NEW YORK LINDSEY KELK PDF

Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In Kelk’s debut novel, rife with familiar chick-lit tropes, Londoner Angela Clark discovers her fiancé Mark’s infidelity at. It’s official. Angela Clarke is in love with the mostfabulous city in the g her cheating boyfriend and clutching little more than a crumpled bri. For those who have never been to New York City (and even those who have!) I HEART NEW YORK provides a glorious introduction to the big.

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Hfart all 3 comments. Lindsey Kelk’s ‘I Heart New York’ is being marketed at Sophie Kinsella fans and yes there are similarities, however,whilst Sophie often makes me laugh out loud – this book had me sighing in annoyance in many places.

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The only thing is, is she ever going to go home? I loved the first scene between Alex and Angela in a cafe it’s like reading about them beginning again. I suppose I had to remind myself that this is fiction and anything goes! Lindsey Kelk Recommended for: For a chick-lit, it was pretty hard to put down.

If you enjoy the Shopaholic Series by Sophie Kinsella this would be the perfect series for you! Originally Reviewed at Novel Escapes What fabulous and fun chick lit! For those who have never been to New York City and even those who have!

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Imagine my delight to find, in the middle of endless sheets of monotony disguised as bills and other important documents, a new book to read. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Also I didn’t like the ending, but overall the book was enjoyable.

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Showing of reviews. For anyone who has been to New York City, this book will definitely reignite some memories for you.

The love interest, unlike most chick-lit where the guy is usually a self-made billionaire e. She boards a flight for New York. I know when I went through my big breakup, Hsart wished I could get as far away from home as possible, and Angela did just that.

lindwey Angela is a good character, Jenny Lopez srsly tho was that necessary is a great character, Alex is my favourite character and now I’m going to stop using the word “character”. Firstly, the concierge at her hotel, Jenny, has sympathy hewrt her plight and not only basically adopts Angela into her friendship circle but also conveniently ends up with a spare room in her apartment so Angela can move out of the hotel and in there with Jenny.

Would I suggest that anyone else read this book? Could things be more perfect for Angela?

kelj Dec 04, Chloe rated it it was amazing. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? After a visit to the Canadian side of Niagara Falls during a road trip inshe decided to write the location into one of her books. You can have no writing talent whatsoever but if you pick the write subject matter currently vampires, Jane Austen knockoffs or anything set in New York lindey will publish you figuring that they can make money off the subject matter.

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This tells a lot about a book! After screaming at him she discovers that he has been seeing this girl for months, and that her best friend and her new husband have been playing ljndsey tennis with them!

I read a lot of books set in New York — I wish people would set their books in other American states, there are 50 of them after all! Lover of books, watcher of wrestling, wearer of lipstick.

Book Review: I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk – Jessica Lawlor

When I picked this book up I thought, yep, nice easy read, nothing special. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

Kekl and discover other items: Chick Lit Book Club: The way Lindsey Kelk has written this character leaves me sighing and wishing he was a real person and wishing I had met someone like him when I was younger. It is vacuous, amoral novels like this that help give “chick-lit” a bad name.