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Really cute little story but I think a warning needs to go out there that the writing style is really different. It's written 100% in email form so it's like someone just gave you the email logs of a bunch of different people for 3 months. Its weird but the author makes it work. It actually reminds me a lot of being at work with the gossipy girls who used to be on my team, so it feels very realistic at times :D...Continua
My first chick-lit. Definitely a page-turner and a good laugh!
At first I wasn't sure I liked the format--written all in emails between characters--but once I got used to it I really liked it. I look forward to more like this. It is part of a series, but I am not sure the series has a title.