Run Catch Kiss
When the saucy Ariel Steiner returns home to New York City to be an actress, she is buoyed by daydreams of becoming Hollywood's hottest ingenue. Nothing can stand in her way -- nothing, that is, but her freshman-fifteen pounds, a senile talent agent,...more
I should have known.
This book was no good for the start.
But I did make it through a lot of it.
Not really my thing.
I have stepped away from the chick books.
But if you like chick lit books this might be what you are looking for.
Not much to say except it's readable.
Better than SATC, for sure; although I don't think a comparison is fair to RCK. If pressed, I'd say that Amy Sohn's prose is closer to the style of Ariel Levy and Elizabeth Wurtzel. RCK reads like something they would likely have penned if they had been asked to write chick-lit fiction.
Sohn can write, and is very good with narrati ...more
Some of the events were mildly amusing, but not funny enough to warrant the length of the book. The foul language seemed as though it was there more to shock the reader than anything. The sex scenes were boring. And, worst of all, there was no chara ...more
The book was really a tale about how hard it is to be a woman - both in love and in life (career, friends, self-image, etc.) There definitely were moments I connected with but other times it just seemed too unrealistic.