New Teen Chick Lit Reviews!

There are several new teen chick lit reviews over at TeenChickLit.com, plus a colorful new layout – make sure to go check it out!

Click on a book to read the review:

A Midsummer's Nightmare by Kody Keplinger Dramarama by E. Lockhart Gimme a Call by Sarah Mlynowski Jenna & Jonah's Fauxmance by Brendan Halpin Starstruck (Fame Game Series #2) by Lauren Conrad The Fame Game (Fame Game Series #1) by Lauren Conrad Teenage Waistland Wicked Jealous

Also, make sure to check out CandyColoredBooks.com, a new website featuring tween chick lit!

Review: Hollywood Strip

Hollywood Strip by Shamron Moore Hollywood Strip
by Shamron Moore
reviewed by Rian M.

Callie Lambert has just moved to Hollywood a few months ago and has been trying to land a job as an actress.  In the meantime, she works as a waitress, goes on auditions and poses nude for sexy magazine spreads.  She has two good friends to commiserate with – a gay stylist and another aspiring actress who appears to have a substance abuse problem.  Callie just wants to be discovered, but she seems to be at a dead end, despite her gorgeous brunette good looks and talent… until she finally, through a combination of meeting the right people and performing a fantastic audition, lands a part on a risque horror movie.  Continue reading Review: Hollywood Strip

New Chick Lit For June & July 2013

Hey all… it’s finally summer 2013!  And as usual, there are lots of fabulous summer chick lit reads.

Here are several books that were/are being released in June and July 2013.  Click on any book cover to read a description.

  • Bitsy’s Bait & Barbeque by Pamela Morsi
  • Brooklyn Girls by Gemma Burgess
  • Faking It by Cora Carmack
  • Hollywood Strip by Shamron Moore
  • Knit Two by Kate Jacobs
  • Love Rehab by Jo Piazza
  • Motherland by Amy Sohn
  • Painted Hands by Jennifer Zobair
  • Revenge Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
  • Shaken & Stirred by Crystal Black Davis
  • She Ain’t Heavy by Arnine Cumsky Weiss
  • Sweet Nothings by Janis Thomas
  • What Women Want by Fanny Blake
  • Moonpennies by Alanna Rosette
  • Animal Cracker by Andi Brown (UK Release)
  • Auf’d by Amy Saunders (UK Release)
  • Project Runaway by Anne Hendren (UK Release)

As always, I may be adding more books to this post over the next couple of months.  If you know of a book that should be listed here, please contact me!

Review: Elasticity

Elasticity
by Tiffany Romigh
reviewed by Rian Montgomery

If you enjoy chick lit novels that are based around serious issues but still somehow keep that personal, readable tone that the genre is known for, then you will love Elasticity. We have three main heroines in this book: Brooke, a shopaholic who can’t seem to get her spending under control, which is a problem since she’s running out of money… and fast. There’s Whitney, who can’t seem to lose weight and keep it off, no matter what diet she tries – and she’s tried them all. Then there is Tripp, who can’t break her addiction to pills, which she basically needs to actually function.

It’s one month before their 10-year high school reunion, and all three women vow to one another that they will use that month to get their problems under control so they can attend the reunion at their best. Continue reading Review: Elasticity

New Author Interview With Laura Kennedy

Hey all, exciting news! I’ve finally gotten around to doing author interviews again.   Click here to read the latest interview, which is with author Laura Kennedy, who wrote See Mommy Run.

By the way:  If you are a chick lit author and would like to be interviewed on this website, please contact me.

The sub-genre pages are all being worked on and added to, so make sure to check back from time to time.  I will announce it here on the main page once they are all updated.  Thank you for the suggestions already received.

Enjoy! :)

Review: Easy On The Eyes

Easy On The Eyes
by Jane Porter
reviewed by Kelly Smith

Tiana Tomlinson is at the height of her game as an anchor for America Tonight, a highly rated entertainment/news program. Or so she thinks. The higher-ups have other plans, namely replacing Tiana with a younger, hipper version named Shelby. Although the powers that be acknowledge Tiana’s smarts, they feel she could use a little help in the “you’re starting to look older so you need to consider a little nip and tuck” department. Tiana suddenly feels her world slipping away, the same world that has kept her going since the death of her husband seven years earlier. Not quite willing to bow down to the plastic surgery gauntlet Continue reading Review: Easy On The Eyes

Review: A Match Made On Madison

A Match Made On Madison
by Dee Davis
reviewed by Kelly Smith

Meet Vanessa Carlson, who’s making her mark as a top-rated matchmaker in Manhattan after leaving her mentor, Althea Sevalas. Taking everything she learned while being Althea’s right-hand, Vanessa launches her own matchmaking company and is on the verge of becoming very successful at it. After all, plenty of people in Manhattan need assistance in finding their soul-mate, right? Even though Althea is happy for Vanessa’s success, there’s a competitive undercurrent between them that rears its head one night after too many dirty martinis were imbibed at Bemelmans Bar. A bet is made between the two that includes Mark Grayson, a handsome, wildly successful and very confirmed bachelor Continue reading Review: A Match Made On Madison

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