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Posted July 30, 2003
definitely recommended but....
i enjoyed this book,however there were WAY to many details on unimportant topics. Goldsmith goes to great measures just to describe a chandelier. otherwise, the book was a great read, just to wordy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 21, 2001
The author is relying too much on the same type of characters, especially the handsome, charming, but ultimately untrustworthy man. There ARE plenty of attractive, heterosexual and honorable men out there; maybe they're just not in New York. Also making yet another appearance is the gay male confidante who carries the heroine along when her 'real' man lets her down. I don't think this book matches the quality of either Flavor of the Month or First Wives Club. But part of my disenchantment stems from the sloppy editing; incorrectly spelled words ('weedle' instead of 'wheedle') and quotation marks popping up in the wrong places. Plus too much white space on the pages when compared to the other novels mentioned above, as if the author and/or publisher is trying to con the reader into thinking the book has more heft than it really does. The book came across to me as a formulaic rush job to get more royalty bucks in the bank. Still, it's not a bad read, just a little too predictable.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 11, 2011
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