Book Reviews of Icing On The Cake

Icing On The Cake
Icing On The Cake
Author: Laura Castoro
ISBN-13: 9780778324133
ISBN-10: 0778324133
Publication Date: 1/1/2007
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 48 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book! Of course, I'm dying for some really good bread now - like crazy. I am a little peeved that the author left us hanging on one issue. It was a fun, fast read. I like this almost sub-genre of chick lit. Kind of the answer to Sex In The City for those of us who ain't 22. Feels a little more like real life (although to be fair, not really). It was a little bit sexy, but a lot of laughs. Great beach or airplane read.
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If you have read A New Lu you will certainly like this one. If you haven't read New Lu, give them both a try (order not necessary).

Many interesting characters and plots -- well-written.
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Excellent story and definately a plot to sink your teeth in!!
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This book revolves around Liz Talbot, whose ex-husband dies before changing his will to include the new Mrs. Talbot. The plot centers around the internal changes Liz goes through as she becomes her own woman; improving her financial and love life. Her daughters, the new Mrs. Talbot, her friend, and her mother are all key characters in the book. I was pleasantly surprised with the book. Strangely enough this book was one I'd already checked out at the library months before and then returned without reading. I didn't realize this until I got the book home this time. I recommend this book as a light and pleasant read.
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Adult contemporary romance. Not super hot but a good story, memorable heroine which is different. Also characters are older but not old enough to make me feel like I don't want to read about them. Wasn't a keeper for me, though.