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Build A Man by Talli Roland
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Nov 13, 2011

it was amazing
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Read in November, 2011

I don't really read a lot of Chick Lit, but I found this book to be delightful. Talli Roland's characterization of Serenity was full and robust. Even the secondary characters were well formed. Serenity's feelings about her distasteful job as a cosmetic surgeon's receptionist were absolutely hysterical, and her emotional upheaval on becoming a "secret" reporter for a tabloid magazine was a masterful account of how a character arc should work.

When Serenity meets Jeremy, the "subject" for her magazine article, sparks fly, and Roland's description of their burgeoning attraction swept me up hoping for the happily-ever-after. As things start to go awry, I couldn't see how Roland would pull off the HEA. But she did, and I was pleasantly surprised by the plot twist at the end.

This book is at the top of my list. I would recommend it to everyone.

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