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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Book #9 - The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

Fab fab fab book. I obviously read it rather quickly. Basically it is about this woman, Samantha, who is an incredibly driven attorney who is on the partnership track at one of the most prestigous law firms in London. Her outside life, anything not having to do with work, is non-existant. On the very day she makes partner (the youngest partner in the firm) she finds that she made a huge mistake and missed a major deadline thus costing one of the clients 50 million pounds. Um yeah. So basically she takes off and ends up through a series of twists and turns in the English countryside living the life of a domestic even though she does not even know how to sew on a button.

I so loved this book. Samantha was a great character and I loved the inner journey she took throughout this book. Obviously it was a rather fast read, but it was not fluff. Well, maybe it was a little fluff but sometimes fluff is what a girl needs, ya know? Anyways, I highly recommend. :)

Elizabeth at 10:12 PM



at 10:55 AM Blogger Tammy said...

Damn girl. You read fast. Sounds like a great book.

at 8:29 PM Blogger The Kept Woman said...

Have to check it out...I like the Shopoholic books (OK, I only read the first one, but that's b/c I can't get a library card and the airport charges full price for their books)...


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