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Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot
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Apr 24, 2012

really liked it

There are some books that should bbe taken seriously and then there are some meant to simply entertain, this belongs to the latter.

This is no Jane Austen but it has the right amount of comedy without the heroine acting like she has brain cell shortage and it isn't too high brow either for it to be snobby. The first part made me cringe because I was crossing my fingers that Lizzie won't fall for Loser Andy and thank god she didn't put our sex to shame! Yes she thought she was in love but when things stopped adding up she bolted like she's supposed to do and for that I am proud of Lizzie.

Luke is so dreamy and understated, he's rich, successful, pays attention and listens! Everything most of us want in a man! I've had a lot of train rides how come I haven't snagged me a Luke! This is why I stay away from these kinds of books because it feeds my psyche absurd fantasies that's not good for me. Sigh! LOL

If you enjoyed SKinsella's shopaholic and Bridget Jones Diary then I'm pretty sure you'll enjoy this too.
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