Chick Lit Summer Reads

Hey all! In this post, I’ve put together a list of delightfully fun & light summer chick lit reads. You may notice that a lot of these books are oldies but goodies, but I’ve thrown in a few newer ones for good measure.

Enjoy!

  • American Idle by Alesia Holliday
  • Becoming Americana by Lara Rios
  • Emily Ever After by Anne Dayton & May Vanderbilt
  • Jemima J by Jane Green
  • Lust, Loathing & A Little Lip Gloss by Kyra Davis
  • Milkrun by Sarah Mlynowski
  • Party Girls by Roz Bailey
  • See Jane Date by Melissa Senate
  • Shopaholic Takes Manhattan by Sophie Kinsella
  • Southern Charm by Tinsley Mortimer
  • Summer And The City by Candace Bushnell
  • Summer In the City by Robyn Sisman
  • The Lucky Dog Matchmaking Service by Beth Kendrick
  • The Next Best Thing by Jennifer Weiner
  • The Perfect Manhattan by Leanne Shear & Tracey Toomey
  • The Rock Star in 3A by Jill Kargman

How many of these have you read, and how many do you plan to read? :)

Review: Priceless

 Twenty-two year old Charlotte Williams seems to have it all: she’s a tall, gorgeous blonde, has a rich father who dotes on her and a huge Park Avenue penthouse where she has just returned to after studying in Paris for a year.

After an exciting first night back in town, Charlotte’s world crashes down around her quickly. Her father Jacob is arrested on charges of fraud, and suddenly everyone is out for her blood. The tabloids trash her and she has enemies threatening her security. Her personal bank accounts have been frozen, and Charlotte feels she has no choice but to leave town. Continue reading Review: Priceless

Review: Bollywood Confidential

I absolutely love chick lit that feature Indian characters, so I was glad when I learned Sonia Singh had a second novel out entitled “Bollywood Confidential”. Although her first novel was average at best in my opinion, this latest book was a great read.

Raveena is a struggling Indian actress currently living in Los Angeles. She is tired of not getting anywhere in her acting career. After much deliberation, she decides to accept her agent’s latest offer: the lead in a Bollywood film – that takes place and shoots in Bombay, India. Despite her misgivings about living in another country for six months, she figures it would be worth it; after all, she is playing the leading role! Continue reading Review: Bollywood Confidential

Review: Falling Out of Fashion


Falling Out of Fashion by Karen Yampolsky was simply one of the best [adult] chick lit novels I have read in quite some time. It is a working-girl chick lit novel, but also falls into the glamour lit category quite easily. The plot revolves around Jill White, a woman who has a magazine named after her. She manages to make a very strong and passionate name for herself, although the ride along the way was a little bumpy.

From college woes to job stress, to life and love, it’s all here in this book, written very warmly and intelligently. Jill White is one of those larger-than-life characters who you can’t help but love. Continue reading Review: Falling Out of Fashion