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Sammy's House by Kristin Gore
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Jun 18, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: chick-lit, read-in-2008
Read in June, 2008

Sammy Joyce is back and her adventures have taken a new and more high-profile turn now that she's working in the White House. We rejoin Sammy a year and a half into the new administration and things are getting compicated. She's living with her best friend, but her dreamy, perfect boyfriend, Charlie, has just been promoted. To New York. Important info is leaking from the inner workings of the White House and nobody knows who the informant is. Then there's that pesky thing with the President--what exactly is going on, anyway?

I'd forgotten how much I love this heroine. She's funny, clumsy, a hypochondriac, with an overactive imagination. She reminds me a lot of myself (and that's not really a good thing). I enjoy laughing with her, though; and this book did not disappoint. I only hope that Gore has enough good material for a third. If she doesn't--I hope she leaves Sammy here.

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