Follow up book to "Slightly Single". Another good read! Can't wait to read the 3rd one in this series!
I loved this book. I could hardly put it down. It was much better than the first (Slightly Single). I loved the part with Sexual Steve- hilarious! I can't wait to read Slightly Engaged. A must read.
This is the follow up to her book Slightly Single and it was very good, it takes off where that one ended and this time Tracy is thinner and finds new love. Very Very funny in some spots. I wish there were more to this set.
Great book! Fast read for the beach!
Better than the first in the sequel.
Liked it better than Slightly Single.
A very entertaining read!
This book is even better than the first! I was in tears (with laughter) reading this. Tracey has the same exact thought process as every other normal person out there. The fact that we get to hear (read) what is going on in Tracey's mind is hysterical!
This was my favorite book in the series. I liked seeing Tracey being strong, getting stronger, meeting someone and moving on with her life. I liked the romance in the story and enjoyed the build up of their relationship. There's not really any love scenes in this book, and this is the most romance-like of the series.
I love this author, she writes some of the best chick lit that I have read. This is the sequel to Slightly Single which was great also.
Ehhhhh. Markham's praise of single urban city dwelling over any life outside the borders of Manhattan is tired and tiresome. Subpar chick lit best suited to airplane reading.
Slightly single, slightly settled, slightly engaged...great set of books!
I loved this book! A funny, engaging read.
Better than Slightly Single. Funny and sweet. A good wrap-up of Tracey's story.
A fantastic book--a must read!
Yet another "I'm nothing without a man" story -- and the heroine is only 23! Also, I haven't read "Slightly Single," but the characters in this book aren't fleshed out at all, including Jack, who wasn't even in the first book.
Sequel to "Slightly Single" which was a snooze-fest. Really didn't enjoy this one. In fact, I stopped reading after about 75 pages. Why waste time when I've got other more enjoyable books waiting to be read?
I loved this story even more than the first, which seems odd for a sequel. I hope there are more books coming! :) Also registered on bookcrossing.