I actually loved this book so much I read it in two days I just could not put it down. I can not wait until I can read the next book in the series.
Great book. Hester Browne writes in the same fun manner as Sophie Kinsella, one of my favorite authors. This is the 2nd book, and a 3rd book will be out in Feb/2008..."The Little Lady and the Prince". It is already on my wish list here.
Not nearly as good as The Little Lady Agency. I loved the first book but I couldn't even finish this one. She whined and let herself be bullied through the whole story. I just wanted to shake her.
Very good chick lit. Hester Browne is giving new life to the genre.
Such a fun book! The main character, Melissa Romney-Jones is a blast!
I just finished this book and I loved it just as I did the first one. The author comes up with ways to keep the story true to itself yet make it fresh for a new book. Great chick Lit read for those who like their chick lit with a bit of substance.
This was still amusing, but the first one was the best so far.
Melissa's business is booming, her relationship with the handsome Jonathan couldn't be better, her life is practically complete. Until a few things happen in quick succession that make her rethink her life so far. Jonathan has been called back to New York to complete some business and will be gone for at least a month, and her flatmate Nelson is having the flat completely remodeled and is going on a sailing trip for a month as well.
Fortunately Jonathan invites her to go with him to New York. Once there Melissa realizes that something isn't quite on the level. Jonathan is working nonstop and his ex-wife Cindy seems to keep popping up in conversation more than a proper ex should. That, and she has been roped into babysitting an up and coming film star because of his bad attitude problem, and the agency at home has been left in the no-so-capable hands of her older sister. Mel has a lot to take care of in a very short time and unfortunately Jonathan is not helping the situation...
I liked this sequel to "The Little Lady Agency." It lacked a little of the spark that the original had, but overall it held my attention and I found it to be charming and witty. I did miss Melissa running around London pretending to be "Honey" but I liked the love story that evolved between her and Jonathan too. I can't wait to read the next installment and find out how the story ends.
Extra Copy so have not read but it looks like a goood read!