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    I just finished Bergdorf Blondes and loved it. I laughed out loud.

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    dvm... I'm waiting for that in paperback. Glad to hear that it's fun.

    I just finished reading "A Body to Die For" by Kate White and enjoyed it. Quick read that I couldnt put down. Next up is "Devil Wears Prada", which I imagine is quite a bit like Bergdorf Blondes.. perhaps? After that comes "Weekend in Paris".

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    Love chick lit.. it's a great escape!

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    I agree with you, I'm waiting on Bergendorf Blondes to come out on paperback or at the library. I just finished reading Farm Fatale by Wendy Holden. It was really good, I was shocked at to how I couldnt really get into at first, but after a while I was so drawn into that I wanted to finish it to see what happened. I have to say the ending was much better than I thought it was going to be. Next up is a toss up, I'll let you know once I start to read it

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    just finished Devil Wears Prada--made me feel much better about my job! Is entertaining!

    I'm glad I found this thread, it gave me some ideas of what to read next!

    Also recently read Bare Necessity, Nadia knows best & Seven Sunny Days. All light, entertaining, fun reads.

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    I loved The Devil Wears Prada. I like something light in between more serious works.

    Olivia Goldsmith was a great author for fun reads. She wrote The First Wifes' Club - hilarious. She wrote several more in that vein; some more bitter, some funnier...I was shocked when she died. I think it was a reaction to surgery.*Sigh* I really looked forward to her books.
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    The Devil Wears Prada was pretty good. I think I read it in a day or two, it was one of those cant wait to see what happen next kinda books. Still working on deciding what to read next, I have started John Dufrensne's love warps the mind a little, dont know if its chick lit, but its pretty good so far.
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    IMO...Nicholas Sparks is the ultimate Chick writer.

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    Love chick lit...Love Love Sophie Kinsella. I laugh out loud reading the Shopalolic series.
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    Sophie Kinsella

    I just finished Diary of a Mad Bride by Laura Wolf. It is a funny read. I'm sure you'll enjoy this chick lit. Made me laughed out loud a couple of times.
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    I just started reading In Her Shoes by Jennifer Weiner. I hope it is as good as Good In Bed.

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