Book Reviews of Suburban Secrets

Suburban Secrets
Suburban Secrets
Author: Donna Birdsell
ISBN-13: 9780373881109
ISBN-10: 037388110X
Publication Date: 9/1/2006
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Funny, funny, FUNNY.....I just loved this. It was a quick read with short chapters. Even the chapter headings were funny! Be sure to catch the numbers of the chapters, some are Chapter 10.5 and Chapter 18.5. Real laugh-out-loud moments. As unreal as the story is, you actually feel that this COULD happen to anyone......
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Helpful Score: 1
I just finished this book and finished in one day! I found it to be funny and cute..I was laughing at so much in this book and it's nice to read about 'older' women for a change! I hope to read more by this author in this line of books. Begins with a divorce being finalized, kids conveniently at grandma's, and a fast paced weekend with no one being who they seem to be and characters crossing paths. I really enjoyed this story.
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Great book! Fast paced and funny! I look forward to reading more from this author!
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Not the best "Next" I have read, but entertaining.
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A real romp well written with wonderful characters. Plans then life happens NEXT
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This was a great book. I really enjoyed it.
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First off I want to say I have always loved the "NEXT" books. What a riot this one was!! I was laughing from page one. The story takes place after the main character's divorce is final and she goes out on the town to celebrate with some of her girl friends she went to high school with. After a few cocktails the old game from back in their high school days, Truth or Dare is mentioned and from there it flows quickly from one fiasco to another. This is a quick read that I read in 1 day.I can say I was never bored, the pace was fast, I liked even the unlikable guys, and the ending was hard to figure out until the very end. This is just the kind of book I like to squeeze in the middle of some of the more serious books I usually read. Was a sweet way to spend a Sunday afternoon.