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The Romancipation of Maggie Hunter
Maggie Hunter is living the life she's always wanted. Her career is taking off and, thanks to Japanese straightening technology, her hair is lying down. The commitment-phobic Maggie even has a serious boyfriend, Max. Smart, caring and funny, Max is practically perfect. There's just one problem: he's adamant that it's time for Maggie to move in. Maggie's not sure she's read ...more
Paperback, 442 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Red Dress Ink
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This book was waaaaaaay too long. It could have been told with at least 100 less pages. It started VERY slow and and was very hard to get into. It wasn't until somewhere in the 300's pages that I finally felt like I had to finish reading just so I could find out what happened. There were completely needless plot points and I found it hard to care about several characters. I was not invested in them at all. I normally LOVE British authors but this story left much to be desired.
I would have to say this book I did like, but I found myself arguing with the characters in my head (but why do this, as this is a chick lit book?). Are we really that divided? Either we want to be in a long-term committed relationship or we want to be fiercely independent. Why can't we do both? But yeah, totally on the Red Dress kick right now. Something light and fluffy.