Monday, November 3, 2014

Monday Book Review: White Lies, by Emily Harper

White Lies, by Emily Harper
Published 2013

About the Book (from Goodreads):
Imagine standing in line at Harvey Nichols waiting to buy the most gorgeous silk Gucci dress. The only minor problem? You can’t afford it, it’s a size smaller than you are, and you have absolutely no place to wear it.

Meet Natalie Flemming: a twenty-something woman working in London for a fabulous shoe-designing firm, but the only thing they let her touch is the company’s tax forms. She has decided to give fate a vacation and takes the task of finding the man of her dreams (or Johnny Depp if he would just return her calls…) into her own hands.

She craves adventure, spontaneity, passion- or will just settle for a decent date

A throwback to early British chic lit a la Bridget Jones, this first person, snarky read is fast, flirty, and lots of fun.

Natalie Flemming works in accounting at Makka, an upscale London shoe company desperately in need of a business makeover. Oliver Miles is the consultant hired to do just that.

From their very first encounter in a cramped elevator, the reader feels the sparks between the pair. But Natalie's overactive imagination and creative truth telling keeps things bouncing along, and keeps the reader wondering what will happen next in this British tale of office love and the single girl.

Fun read and highly recommend for a quick pick-me-up on a cold, dark night. Or to cheer you up as we head into the season of family togetherness (and the inevitable drama that ensues.)

Find it on Amazon

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