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: Everyone Worth Knowing

Everyone Worth Knowing
by Lauren Weisberger
reviewed by Rian Montgomery

It’s no secret that I love Glamour chick lit and Single City Girl lit, so when a book comes along that falls into both categories, I am usually quick to snatch it up. Everyone Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger is such a book.

After quitting her stuffy Manhattan banking job, 27-year old Bette doesn’t quite know what to do with herself. She manages to land, through a series of lucky coincidences, a job at one of the hottest PR firms in town. Her life is suddenly filled with parties and glamourous events – not to mention a new man or two. Philip Weston is one of the most notorious and handsome bachelors in Manhattan, and Bette finds herself dating him- sort of. Then she meets the charismatic Sammy, who seems to be a great guy, but he is only a bouncer and doesn’t seem to fit into Bette’s glitzy new life. Or does he? While all of this is going on, Bette is starting to drift away from her best friend Penelope, who is meanwhile engaged to a complete and utter jerk. Continue reading Review: Everyone Worth Knowing