Showing posts from February, 2020

Book Review - Fashion Jungle by Kathy Ireland and Rachel Van Dyken

ABOUT THE BOOK Four women… Four very different paths. One incredibly cutthroat world. Welcome to the Jungle. As America’s sweetheart, Brittany is perceived as the "good girl." The sort to bring her Bible to a photoshoot... only to garner the attention of a most unlikely suitor. Until one mistake irrevocably changes both of their lives forever. Fortunately, both now and then, Brittany has wonderful support systems, including her tribe. The leader of the tribe and a model who’s fought every battle and obstacle in the industry, Zoe, knows her worth. Until a sex tape scandal rocks her world. She sees no choice but to put her trust in the one man she shouldn’t, to make it all go away and help her succeed. Unfortunately, not only is he mired in New York’s underbelly, he wants repayment... with interest. Namely, her hand in marriage. Despite her seemingly perfect life, Everlee has problems of her own. Not only has her world-renowned photographer husband been cheating, but it’s ac

Book Review - Marriage on Madison Avenue by Lauren Layne

ABOUT THE BOOK “The word charm is pretty much synonymous with Lauren Layne.”  —Hypable One of  O, The Oprah Magazine 's “22 Romance Novels That Are Set to Be the Best of 2020” and one of  Goodreads ’s  “ 28 of the Hottest Romances of 2020 ” From  New York Times  bestselling author Lauren Layne, the “queen of witty dialogue” (Rachel Van Dyken,  New York Times  bestselling author), comes the final installment of the Central Park Pact series, a heartfelt and laugh-out-loud romantic comedy that’s perfect for fans of Sally Thorne and Christina Lauren. Can guys and girls ever be just friends? According to Audrey Tate and Clarke West, absolutely. After all, they’ve been best friends since childhood without a single romantic entanglement. Clarke is the charming playboy Audrey can always count on, and he knows that the ever-loyal Audrey will never  not  play along with his strategy for dodging his matchmaking mother—announcing he’s already engaged…to Audrey. But what starts out as a play