Shopaholic to the Stars By Sophie Kinsella

Shopaholic to the Stars By Sophie Kinsella

Becky Brandon (nee Bloomwood) is in Hollywood! She’s hanging out with celebs . . . or at least she will be, once her husband Luke introduces her to his new A-list client Sage Seymour.

Becky sets her heart on a new career – she’s going to be a stylist to the stars! And when a chance encounter thrusts her into the limelight, she grabs her opportunity. But in between choosing clutch bags and chasing celebrities, Becky loses touch with her family and her best friend . . .

Caught up in the whirlwind of Tinseltown, has Becky gone too far this time?

My Thoughts:

This is the seventh book of the shopaholic series. I found the story quite far fetched so much so it is ridiculous. There are funny parts to this story but I didn’t feel drawn into the story like I did with Sophie’s other books. The main character Becky seems to lose the plot in this story, if you have read any of the shopaholics books before you would know that she is a shopaholic hence the title, this story see’s her kind of going of the rails to become famous. There were parts which were ok, but I didn’t like the way the book ended, I felt a bit cheated.

Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella

sophie kinsellaWhat do you do when you think your sister’s about to marry the wrong man?

It’s all gone wrong with the man Lottie thought was Mr Right. Then out of the blue she gets a call from her first love. She decides it must be fate, and rushes off to marry him and rekindle their sizzling Greek island romance. Lottie’s older sister can’t believe she’s doing something so crazy. No more Ms Nice Sister, she’s stopping this marriage. Right away! And she’ll go to any lengths to do so…

My Thoughts:

I love Sophie Kinsella books they never fail to cheer me up, this one was no exception. I got into this book straight away and couldn’t put it down, there are quite a few funny moments in this book and it had me in fits of laughter so much so I did get quite a few looks from people. If you need cheering up this is the book for you. Sophie Kinsella uses both sister’s to narrate this book. It was nice having two female leads. Some of the situations are far fetched but I’m not reading for reality I’m reading for entertainment.