• The Even More Shameful Diary of a Hopeless Romantic (The Shameful Diary of a Hopeless Romantic)

  • By: Suzi Case
  • Narrated by: Rachael West
  • Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-19-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jaimie Mancham-Case
  • 4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Maggie Lane is back again. Only this time she is goofier and crazier than ever.

Maggie Lane has been offered the trip of a lifetime. And there is no way that she is going to say no when Blake asks her if she wants to accompany him on a work trip to London, so that she can write. She says "yes" eagerly but she has more than writing on the brain.

Unfortunately, a white lie Maggies tells on the plane follows her to London and hilarity ensues. Only this time, she thinks she may have gone too far and lost Blake forever.

The Even More Shameful Diary of a Hopeless Romantic is the sequel to 'The Shameful Diary of a Hopeless Romantic' and is a hilarious tale of how not to get Mr. Right!

©2013 Suzi Case (P)2013 Suzi Case

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  • S.Palmer
  • Long Beach, CA, United States
  • 08-06-13

very disappointing

I bought this knowing it was short, but wanting to hear the ending of the first book, which was basically ended with a "to be continued . . .". Don't waste your credit. The quirky "get into troubleness" of the heroine in the first book simply becomes irritating in this book, especially as there doesn't seem to be any real purpose in it, other than to drag things out. If I were Blake, I would leave Maggie in London and be done with it. There's no real chemistry between them here, unlike in the first book. Frankly, these two stories should have been one book. It almost seems as if the author just wanted to sell a second book, but it's a lukewarm effort at best. Not worth the credit, especially at only two and a half hours in length.