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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    Diana Peterfreund has a great series going right now. Secret Society Girl (book 1), Under the Rose (book 2), and Rights of Spring(break) (book 3), with the 4th and final book due this May. They are all really great and will totally take you back to your undergraduate college days.

    I also really Laura (lauren?) Willig. She does historical chick lit.

    I haven't actually had time to read anything other than stuff for my classes since this summer (ahh the life of a grad student), but what I mentioned above is what I read.

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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    The Women's Studies group on campus just started a book club, and the first read is "If I Die in Juárez" by Stella Pope Duarte. It tells the story of three girls who are kidnapped in Mexico in the early 1990s. It's powerful stuff and a very interesting novel.
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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    Candace Bushnell has a new novel out. Anyone read it yet? I plan to.
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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    Quote Originally Posted by geek the girl;3233004;
    Candace Bushnell has a new novel out. Anyone read it yet? I plan to.
    Yes! I was the first person to request it from the library before it came in. I commented already in the what you are reading thread. I enjoyed it!
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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    Gemma Halliday has a Maddie Springer High Heels series...... the first one, "Spying in High Heels" was OK; but the rest of the series seemed more hasty in writing and very reminiscent of Janet Evanovich type characters only not written as well, or as funny. Really harebrained plots complete with two romantic interests. But, it is light, frivolous reading if that is what you are in the mood for.
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    Coles/Chapters bookstores in Canada had an awesome deal today.... 4 chick lit books for $10. I bought 8. It was $20 well spent - now I should have reading material into February!
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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    Anyone read MaryJanice Davidson Undead series there are seven books in all, also called the Queen Betsy books. Love these novels especially Betsy and Sinclair (yummy).

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    Re: Any chick lit type fans out there?

    Yes, Paridy - I've read the Undead series (at least I think I've read all of them). I enjoyed the first couple quite a bit but started losing interest in them. However, if you enjoy them - you might want to try "Angel With Attitude" by Michelle Rowen. I just read that one recently and enjoyed it. And Nathaniel is just as ... um ... yummy ... as Sinclair!
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