27 February 2011

Review: I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk

I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk
Series: I Heart, #1
Publication Date: June 25th 2009
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0007288387 (ISBN13: 9780007288380)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 305

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Summary:

 Angela Clark is in love—with the most fabulous city in the world!
When Angela catches her boyfriend with another woman at her best friend's wedding, she's heartbroken and desperate to run away. With little more than a crumpled bridesmaid dress, a pair of Louboutins, and her passport in hand, Angela decides to jump on a plane for . . . NYC!
Settling into a cute hotel and quickly bonding with benevolent concierge Jenny—a chatterbox Oprah wannabe with room for a new best friend—Angela heads out for a New York makeover, some serious retail therapy, and a whirlwind tour of the city. Before she knows it, she's dating two sexy guys and blogging about her Big Apple escapades for a real fashion magazine. But while it's one thing telling readers about your romantic dilemmas, it's another working them out for yourself. Angela has fallen head over heels for the city that never sleeps, but does she heart New York more than home?


Review:
What can I say? I heart I Heart New York, I heart Angela Clark, I heart Lindsey Kelk, and I also heart Alex Reid, Jenny Lopez and well, nearly everything else in I Heart New York. It was hilarious, and sooo relaxing. I don't have to worry about some supernatural things appearing and killing her, or something.

Though I am afraid of I Heart Hollywood, I certainly don't want her to break up with Alex, and luckily, I Heart Paris' synopsis does not reveal anything. Anyway, I haven't been reading for quite a while, so I didn't read chick lit (or something like chick lit, and I LOVE chick lit, why the heck did chick lit became an insult thing is beyond me, chick lit is awesome) for quite a while, it reminded me why I love chick lit in the first place. Blending serious and funny and pulling it off, along with romance and hot guys? What's not to love?! I miss Becky Bloomwood already.

I was upset one night, I needed funny and this book gave me funny, and cheered me up, or at least distracted me. Oh and bonus, the ending is not a cliffhanger, and I still can't wait to buy and read the next one. What happened to the starbucks / coffee shop cute guy anyway? Angela might not be able to handle 3 hot guys, but we readers sure can.

Conclusion:
I heart I Heart New York, and I can't wait to heart I Heart Hollywood and I Heart Paris. Just the thing my heart hearts.

Cover Design:
I love it! So cute :D

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