I was looking for a little light reading and stumbled across this little gem on Amazon.com.  The premise sounded good so I bought it figuring for a rainy day read it would be a few fun hours.  I loved this book and didn’t put it down unless I absolutely had to.  Josie McMaster is a wonderfully written character who manages to give the reader “yeah, been there; done that” cringe-worthy moments and then she carries on with such style, grace, and humor that you can’t help but fall in love with her.  The supporting cast is equally great and the plot is fun, light, and every girl’s fantasy (big society wedding, rich & famous moments, etc.).  It is well written and humorous and you’ll flip pages (or press the button  on your e-reader quickly) just to find out what happens next.  It’s not a book full of existential dilemmas and it won’t leave you soul-searching, but at the end you’ll hope that when confronted with a crisis you will handle it with the same down-to-earth perseverance that Josie would.  I would recommend this be read in your favorite fuzzy pajamas with a cup of hot cocoa on a rainy day – it would be a day well spent.


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