Journal of Mortifying Moments

Journal of Mortifying Moments

by Robyn Harding
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Journal of Mortifying Moments 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
SMitchel More than 1 year ago
The main character was too "pathetic" at times. I understand she was working through things but it seemed too much for the story and there was too much that wasn't plausible. Easy read though.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
It is SOOO hard to get into a book sometimes, isn't it? As a college student, I can agree to that immensely. To actually picture a scene, seems impossible. Not only is this book a movie in your mind, it's easy to read, it's clever, catchy and hilarious. I absolutely loved this book. It was very witty, and new-aged. Girls, If you find it hard to get into a book, just read the first page of this book, and you'll be sucked in. I read the whole book in less than two days. Maybe I was interested because my major is communications like the main character's, but it was just enticing, and I encourage you to get this book...5 stars all the way. This author is brilliant when it comes to creative writting.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you ever thought how awful some of your life events have been...this novel will make you realize that things are not all that bad...you could be Kerry Spence and believe me you really need a sense of humor to live her life. This book is out and out funny and laugh out loud good. You cannot be anything but happy while reading it and after reading it. It is one of the best chicklit books in recent years and should be passed around to all your friends and even to strangers. A really great read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is truly funny. Any woman can relate to similar life situations as experienced by Kerry Spence, only probably not as humorous. This is laugh out loud good and the character is most endearing as well. You root for this to be a winning proposition and you get a fine ending to a life that most of us would love to live. This is a great read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I luv this book! I could semi relate to it and I laughed so much I hated to get to the end and I luv Hardings way of writing so much! I hope she writes many m0re books, not a single dull moment in book! This is fantastic and must read!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Seattle, Kerry Spence sees a psychiatrist to help her get over the loss of her boyfriend Sam the hunk, who shows up periodically when he needs a tryst in her bed. Finding no satisfaction with her boring job at Ferris and Shannon Advertising and even less in her personal life, Kerry takes her doctor¿s advice and begins to write a journal of her most mortifying moments, all of which involve males.................................... While going over her dysfunctional exploits, she starts when she was a preadolescent and was rejected for a kiss by a truth or dare game by a boy she desired; this memory makes Kerry feel even more pathetic. However, Nick of Shooting Star seems to want the real her, but she refuses to believe anyone would want the eccentric soul she hides behind a mask of cool aloofness. Nick vows to release the inner wonderful person he has seen in private and has fall in love with, but Kerry expects one more mortifying moment to add to her diary of embarrassment.................................... This is an intriguing chick lit romance tale starring a wonderful protagonist whose confidence in herself proves negative numbers exist. Kerry has lived a series of rejections and humiliating embarrassments whenever she allows her true personality to surface so she has buried herself in a frozen tundra epidermis to keep the hurts away. Like Sam, Nick has glimpsed the warm soul of Kerry, but unlike the hunk, who could not care less, he likes what he observes. Though Kerry¿s lament can become irritating, Robyn Harding paints an amusing portrait of a woman seeking love, but not believing she is worthy.............................. Harriet Klausner