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Subject: jennifer weiner
Date Posted: 7/28/2009 10:00 PM ET
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Is it advantageous to read her books in order?  Is Good in Bed her first?

Date Posted: 7/28/2009 10:08 PM ET
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I think hers are independent..I know I've seen t hem discussed in the chick-lit forum but I've only read one of hers I think..or maybe it was Jane Green. anyways, sorry no help but go to the chick lit forum and do a search 'cause I'm pretty sure that's where I heard of this author a couple  years ago.

Date Posted: 7/28/2009 10:26 PM ET
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Susanna is right...she's definitely more chick-lit than romance.  I believe Good In Bed was her first. Some characters from one book will make a brief cameo in another, but nothing you would spot if you didn't know it.  None of the ones I read needed to be read in order, but I haven't read them all.

Date Posted: 7/28/2009 11:58 PM ET
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Certain Girls is a sequel to Good in Bed and -- warning! -- if you're looking for romance you will NOT want to read it.  The main character from GiB also has a cameo in In Her Shoes