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  1. Nathan Nathan says:

    This book made me quit my book club.


  2. Lilly Lilly says:

    The best thing about this book was that it makes you realize that anyone really CAN get published They should really file it under inspiration.I know, I know, I got what I deserved I just wanted a fun summer read and I loved her book Jemima J, but this was complete garbage The characters were shallow and unlikeable at one point the main character realizes she is literally prostituting herself out She is such a self satisfied whiner that I found myself actively rooting against her An The best thing about this book was that it makes you realize that anyone really CAN get published They should really file it under inspiration.I know, I know, I got what I deserved I just wanted a fun summer read and I loved her book Jemima J, but this was complete garbage The characters were shallow and unlikeable at one point the main character realizes she is literally prostituting herself out She is such a self satisfied whiner that I found myself actively rooting against her And just when you can t hate them , an awkward, explicit, and completely unnecessary sex scene is thrown in for good measure.I wish this had been a Choose Your Own Adventure where I could show up in the final scene and shoo the guy away I won t spoil it and tell you who the guy is, because if after this you still read it, you deserve to suffer I want to throw this book away but maybe I ll save it as a birthday gift for someone I really hate.Blech


  3. Obsidian Obsidian says:

    This was one Jane Green book from her chick lit days I never read I wondered why I never bought this and now I know why I must have read the sample and said no thank you That was a smart decision I am kind of horrified at how bad this book was The main character was awful, so were two of her love interests Her friend was having issues serious ones that she ignored Her mother made Mrs Bennett in Pride and Prejudice look like a saint I mean my God That s a terrible bar to be lower than This was one Jane Green book from her chick lit days I never read I wondered why I never bought this and now I know why I must have read the sample and said no thank you That was a smart decision I am kind of horrified at how bad this book was The main character was awful, so were two of her love interests Her friend was having issues serious ones that she ignored Her mother made Mrs Bennett in Pride and Prejudice look like a saint I mean my God That s a terrible bar to be lower than So why did I keep reading I kept wondering how bad could it get It got really bad.Told in the first person, we have Libby Mason who is looking for love in all the wrong places Libby is told constantly by her terrible mother that she s not worth a damn until she gets married and married to a man with money And though Libby has dated and frankly based on the way she acts, I can see why men left her butt she is still looking to date a rich man who can keep her in designer clothes and a million dollar mansion Working in publicity has Libby next to the wealthy, but she s not wealthy When she goes out with friends, she runs into Nick who she has met before She and Nick have insta chemistry lust in this one and though Libby knows it won t work out, thinks she is capable of just having a fling with Nick she s not Nick is everything that Libby doesn t want, he s jobless, poor, and doesn t see a problem with dressing like he s homeless But you know, hot sex, yadda yadda yadda When Libby starts to catch feelings for Nick, he realizes they should stop while they are ahead Libby then ends up meeting her rich man and wonders if he is the one for her.I just can t with this book Nick is a jerk and so are his friends Libby is a jerk too though so I don t know who wins that contest I have never read a book about so many unlikable people in my life And the only one I felt sorry for was the guy Libby ends up dating after Nick, Ed Ed wines and dines Libby and she s angry that he s bad in bed, has a gross mustache, etc but is still happy to get all the flowers and presents the guy showers onto her Her mother practically offers herself up to him if he will keep dating Libby.I think in the end I should be happy about follow your heart or something, but wow they all suck


  4. Lee Lee says:

    If you want poignancy, you won t get that in this book This is your average chick literature, with a protagonist whose only goal in mind is to end up with the guy of her dreams.Now, you may be thinking, why the fuck do I like this book For starters, I have already breached below my expectations for a book when it comes to chick literature I already expect a common plot, a protagonist with an I m ugly as fuck self esteem and some twisted, completely shallow hindrance why the protagonist won If you want poignancy, you won t get that in this book This is your average chick literature, with a protagonist whose only goal in mind is to end up with the guy of her dreams.Now, you may be thinking, why the fuck do I like this book For starters, I have already breached below my expectations for a book when it comes to chick literature I already expect a common plot, a protagonist with an I m ugly as fuck self esteem and some twisted, completely shallow hindrance why the protagonist won t be with the man of his dreams So when I read this, I didn t expect depth at all.I cried twice in this book mainly because it borders on something most of us have experienced so many times in life PAIN I cried with Libby when Nick left her, albeit he genuinely likes her This is something that I experienced in my life, someone leaving me even though he still loved me and all that jazz I cried with Libby when Cat accompanied Nick to a party thrown by Sal and Paul Now, seeing the love of your life with another woman also takes the edge on the pain scale.I guess I m a huge romantic who s hardwired for drama That s why I gave it four stars


  5. Monica Shoshanna Monica Shoshanna says:

    This book was utter garbage, how do books like this get published Firstly I didn t really warm to any of the characters and I couldn t stand the main character Libby I found her really shallow, unpleasant and materialistic She really proves how feminism hasn t changed anything if woman are still intent on marrying rich men I didn t care for any of the characters, especially Nick, the guy who Libby is in love with I didn t warm to him at all, he s just your classic commitment phobe who can t This book was utter garbage, how do books like this get published Firstly I didn t really warm to any of the characters and I couldn t stand the main character Libby I found her really shallow, unpleasant and materialistic She really proves how feminism hasn t changed anything if woman are still intent on marrying rich men I didn t care for any of the characters, especially Nick, the guy who Libby is in love with I didn t warm to him at all, he s just your classic commitment phobe who can t make his mind up I really didn t like him The only character I felt slightly sorry for was Ed, the rich guy who Libby pursues and uses his for money, whilst he genuinely adores her Secondly I found the story too long and at times dragged out a bit too much I found the book rather yawnsome and it wasnt that intriguing I only read it quickly because I dont finish books very often and I wanted to get it over and done with I skimmed a bit at times because I just found it dull It s not very well written at all its easy to read but I found the style sloppy So my conclusion is that this book is forgettable trash which I wouldn t recommend to anyone.Grade E


  6. Yulia Yulia says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Here s the usual dilemma in chick lit novels A woman struggles to choose between a wealthy man she has no connection with and a poor man she loves She chooses the poor man and he ends up already being or quickly becoming wealthy We re all happy The end But what if the woman chooses the poor man and, goodness gracious, he remains poor but lovable What happens then I know, but I m not telling.


  7. Shy Shy says:

    I don t know what to expect when I first picked up this novel Jane Green was not one of the authors that I m familiar with so I thought it is good to try something new Sadly to say though, the result was rather frustrating.The book started off OK but once I passed the first hundred page, I literally start to yawn The predictability of the plots and some annoying characters really turned off my interest but still, I continued reading in hope that there might be something that could spark my in I don t know what to expect when I first picked up this novel Jane Green was not one of the authors that I m familiar with so I thought it is good to try something new Sadly to say though, the result was rather frustrating.The book started off OK but once I passed the first hundred page, I literally start to yawn The predictability of the plots and some annoying characters really turned off my interest but still, I continued reading in hope that there might be something that could spark my interest back on Nevertheless, nothing really happen other than me gettingandannoyed with the main character, Libby Her hopeless, indecisive manner truly crawled under my skin and the way she measured a guy by the stack of money in his pocket was downright sickening Even though she was just a fictional character, I do not think that it is wise to make a woman looks this daft.So, needless to say, I am very disappointed with this book and will definitely not going to recommend this book to anyone


  8. Sara Sara says:

    The first quarter of the book was good, you get into the story and want to know what will happen then in the middle part I would say for half of the book I had a very strong sense of d j vu with another book I ve read this year, it was a carbon copy of the story, but checking the publication dates Mr Maybe was written first so I guess it was the other way around and the Sophie part of I wish I were you was the same story as this book, it only upset me because I really felt like reading the The first quarter of the book was good, you get into the story and want to know what will happen then in the middle part I would say for half of the book I had a very strong sense of d j vu with another book I ve read this year, it was a carbon copy of the story, but checking the publication dates Mr Maybe was written first so I guess it was the other way around and the Sophie part of I wish I were you was the same story as this book, it only upset me because I really felt like reading the same book twice in a short time, I wish I had read this one first I have mixed feeling about this book, on one side it was an easy romantic read, on the other the main character is a bit too clueless and the author gave her an easy way out, i.e no money no job on the dole lives in a dump Nick turns out to be upper middle class and a published author mmm what if the one you love really is no money no job on the dole lives in a dump


  9. BabyBeth BabyBeth says:

    I tried to get back to my Rom Com, chick lit, Sophie Kinsella style books but I guess I m way too deep into other genres This didn t cut it It was not a hugely disappointing read, just s forgettable, you kind of dread the time you ve invested in reading it.


  10. Rachel Rachel says:

    Over the years I ve come to accept the fact that sometimes I m in the mood to read unapologetic fluff For me, that usually means a British rom com filled with women who wear Jigsaw suits to their jobs as television presenters, who eat takeaway curries in their garden flats and take mini cab s to meet their girlfriends at smart pubs at the weekend I ve always enjoyed these books with their pleasant and predictable plots where funny, slightly shallow, girls make messes of their love lives, fight Over the years I ve come to accept the fact that sometimes I m in the mood to read unapologetic fluff For me, that usually means a British rom com filled with women who wear Jigsaw suits to their jobs as television presenters, who eat takeaway curries in their garden flats and take mini cab s to meet their girlfriends at smart pubs at the weekend I ve always enjoyed these books with their pleasant and predictable plots where funny, slightly shallow, girls make messes of their love lives, fight with their trilling mums, count on their friends, and end up with a grumpy by ardent Mr Right They kiss and my girlie brain flashes back to Darcy and Elizabeth and Darcy and Bridget for that matter and the book ends on happily ever after Jane Green s Mr Maybe is precisely that sort of book, only I hated it There was one major missing element A likeable protagonist The heroine is Libby, a young woman so shallow and so money grubbing that she is ready to walk down the aisle with a man who she finds not only physically repulsive but irritating and unlikeable He is, of course, in Libby s parlance massively wealthy Libby s better advisors her best friend, her brother, and her father tell Libby gently, and then not so gently, that this man is NOT for her Only her heartless, dim mother thinks that Libby is making a wise decision Of course, Green provides some explanation of Libby s delusion her heart was recently broken, she s never had someone treat her well But still She feels nauseas when this man kisses her, and smothered by his attention Of course, there is another man in the picture Funny, sexy, kind, but, of course, tragically poor Nick I don t think I need to connect the dots for you plot wise it s not exactly a nail biter This book left me irritated at its pathetic protagonist and at the writer who created her Looking back though, I wonder is this book was really any worse than Green s other books that I read and liked about 9 years ago Is Libby was really any shallower than say Becky Bloomwood, or even Miss Jones herself It may be that now that I m in my early 30 s ugh rather than my early 20 s, these fairy tale romances between na ve women and stolid men don t work for my any I may have finally outgrown them It seems impossible, but here we are So it looks like I m in the market for a new kind of fluff Maybe cat themed mysteries Or novels about quilting societies Or what s that one about quirky, church going townspeople Hmmm Let me know I m open to suggestions


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