Book Review: Shopaholic on Honeymoon by Sophie Kinsella
|Genre:||Romance, Chick Lit, Short Story|
|Book Name:||Shopaholic on Honeymoon|
I was literally stumped on completing this book Shopaholic on Honeymoon, and not in a good way!
I have read a lot of Sophie’s books but this just seemed too bad – an underdeveloped story, a crazy female protagonist and too few pages, just 53! It was just like seeing a badly made trailer. The antics of the wife on her honeymoon was so irritating, to say the least while forcing her choices on her husband all the time. This is definitely not what I had signed up for when I chose doing lighter reads this month. A great disappointment!
Please stay away from this book, especially if you had not read any of Sophie’s books previously, since this is available free of cost on Sophie’s website as well as on Amazon Kindle version.
Excerpt from the back cover of the book:
The new Mr and Mrs Brandon are on honeymoon, and Becky has big plans! They’ve got a whole year to explore Venice, learn yoga in India, sleep in little wooden huts in South America… maybe even see penguins in the Arctic. And of course they’ll need to buy just a few essential souvenirs along the way (everyone needs a set of Murano glass goblets, after all).
They’re not just tourists, they’re travellers. Becky is sure it is just the thing that Luke needs – time to unwind. He’ll come back a changed man… with all the good bits still intact of course.
But it soon becomes clear that Luke has different plans entirely. Can Becky help him let go, or will this little disagreement threaten their whole honeymoon?
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Posted on July 23, 2017, in Book Reviews and tagged Book, Book Review, Chick Lit, Fiction, Love, Review, Romance, Shopaholic on Honeymoon, shopaholic series, Sophie Kinsella. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.