I love to walk and run listening to audiobooks
The usual Sophie Kinsella cheerful chick lit which I have come to love. I make no apologies to the highbrows arching at the mere thought of a lite book. But this book is laugh out loud funny. It’s entertaining. I enjoy Kinsella’s ability to paint ditzy yet spunky and surprisingly intelligent women who have messy lives but somehow charm a dream boy. It’s highbrow Barbara Cartland and I highly recommend!
yes I would
I thought the story was so not interesting or catching at first; but as I kept on reading it, my interest started growing, and it got to the point that I just couldn't stop reading it at the end. Really funny and touching at the same time. I enjoyed it.
Fun idea. Can feel the challenges.
Walking through the woods
I found the book itself dragged after a while but picked back up at the end
The characters were very likable and believable.
The woods texting!
Didn't want it to end!
I agree with the previous reviewer who compared this Kinsella novel to the classic film "Bringing Up Baby." I can just see Sam Roxston played by Cary Grant, and Poppy Wyatt played (to perfection) by the amazing Katharine Hepburn. Its a zany story that is carried along by strong characters, and I find myself laughing out loud as I commute to and from work. This is my first experience with Kinsella, and I am very glad I took a chance to opted for a new author. The British narrator was at first a bit hard on these American ears, but I soon grew used to her voice and mannerisms. Thoroughly enjoyed the story. :)
Absolutely. (Already have, actually!) Sophie Kinsella's heroines are always wonderfully flawed, but there's just something special about Poppy. She gives in to all those little impulses real-world people fight, and the results are hilariously heartwarming. Listening to a Sophia Kinsella novel never fails to put me in a great mood.
I loved the texting scene in the woods at the conference. It just seemed cheesily magical.
Poppy Wyatt. She's impulsive in a way I wish I could be but have the sense to refrain from, and I loved cringing at her missteps that worked out in the end.
The Shopaholic books have been my go-to guilty pleasure reading for several years now, but somehow I enjoyed I've Got Your Number even more.
I'm open to any book as long as it is true to itself.
This story was well-paced and had very good characters. It was funny and touching at times. It took a look at modern relationships and I found myself cringing at the actions of the main character at times and really quite concerned about her. I would have awarded five stars if it had not been for the way in which the ending was handled.
this book was fun. long walks with the baby went by in a flash while listening to this cute, bubble gum, chick flick book. this is the 3rd book I have listened to by Sophie Kinsella and definitely wont be the last! if youre looking for a fun, cute, easy to listen to book that will make you feel like your listening to your friend on the phone this is a great book!
I thoroughly enjoyed this one! I love listening to Sophie Kinsella books whenever I need something to take my mind off things and make me giggle. Her books never fail to give this to me. This book was no exception. The character's naivety and boldness made me laugh.
I enjoyed this book. I like the easy chick lit that Kinsella writes, and this was no exception. The narrator's voice didn't seem to fit the character, but overall the performance was good and the story was enjoyable.