Shopaholic Takes Manhattan

Shopaholic Takes Manhattan

The irresistible heroine of Confessions of a Shopaholic and Shopaholic Ties the Knot is back! And this time Becky Bloomwood and her credit cards are headed across the Atlantic.... With her shopping excesses (somewhat) in check and her career as a TV financial guru thriving, Becky's biggest problem seems to be tearing her entrepreneur boyfriend, Luke, away from work for a r The irresistible heroine of Confessions of a Shopaholic and Shopaholic Ties the Knot is back! And this time Becky Bloom...

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Title:Shopaholic Takes Manhattan
Author:Sophie Kinsella
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Genres:Womens Fiction
ISBN:Shopaholic Abroad
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:387 pages pages

Shopaholic Takes Manhattan Reviews

  • Janna
    Jun 15, 2007

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

  • Tammy
    Jul 18, 2008

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

  • Lanette
    Jul 11, 2008

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

  • Angelc
    Aug 26, 2009

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

  • Barb
    Apr 24, 2018

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

  • Jennifer
    May 29, 2018

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

  • Allison ༻hikes the bookwoods༺
    Aug 15, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

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    How could you not be excited for Becky Bloomwood and her traveling to New York City with her hot new man. New love is so much fun and I love reading about the ins and outs of it. Plus, the best shopaholic is in NYC, one of the best cities for fashion lovers. If you loved part 1 like I ...

    Toch nog tijd gevonden om tussen m'n Gilmore Girls verslaving door dit boek nog uit te lezen. Gewoon weer een typische Shopaholic. Met weer van die lachwekkende hopeloze gevallen. Op naar deel 3 ...

    Recensione con SPOILER Vorrei poter dire che ho amato questo libro, che sono stata più che coinvolta nella storia, che Sophie Kinsella è una scrittrice fenomenale e che non vedo l?ora di poter mettere le mani su altri suoi libri e su altre storie eccezionali come questa. E invece,...

    I absolutely love Sophie Kinsella, with the exception of the Shopaholic series. She makes me laugh and I've recently discovered that audio is a perfect way to enjoy her books. I'm using this newfound knowledge to see if I can find some appreciation for the Shopaholic series after all, ...

  • Tania
    Aug 18, 2011

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

  • PhobicPrerogative
    Oct 09, 2011

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

  • Vicki
    Feb 08, 2015

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

  • Myrna
    Feb 23, 2018

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

  • Zoë
    Jan 18, 2015

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

  • Jessica
    Jan 27, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

  • Lola
    Sep 08, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

  • Abby
    Aug 30, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

  • Claire - The Coffeeholic Bookworm
    Nov 23, 2015

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

  • Nina Draganova
    May 06, 2013

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

    ?? ? ????? ? 2 ???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ????. ????? , ?? ????? ?? ??????? ?????? ????? ???, ???? ?? ???????? , ?? ????? ???? ?? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????. ??...

  • Nusrat Mahmood
    May 07, 2016

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

  • Aleida Oskam
    Sep 15, 2013

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

    ?? ? ????? ? 2 ???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ????. ????? , ?? ????? ?? ??????? ?????? ????? ???, ???? ?? ???????? , ?? ????? ???? ?? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????. ??...

    How could you not be excited for Becky Bloomwood and her traveling to New York City with her hot new man. New love is so much fun and I love reading about the ins and outs of it. Plus, the best shopaholic is in NYC, one of the best cities for fashion lovers. If you loved part 1 like I ...

    Toch nog tijd gevonden om tussen m'n Gilmore Girls verslaving door dit boek nog uit te lezen. Gewoon weer een typische Shopaholic. Met weer van die lachwekkende hopeloze gevallen. Op naar deel 3 ...

  • Love Fool
    Feb 26, 2014

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

    ?? ? ????? ? 2 ???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ????. ????? , ?? ????? ?? ??????? ?????? ????? ???, ???? ?? ???????? , ?? ????? ???? ?? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????. ??...

    How could you not be excited for Becky Bloomwood and her traveling to New York City with her hot new man. New love is so much fun and I love reading about the ins and outs of it. Plus, the best shopaholic is in NYC, one of the best cities for fashion lovers. If you loved part 1 like I ...

  • Ellen
    Aug 20, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

    ?? ? ????? ? 2 ???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ????. ????? , ?? ????? ?? ??????? ?????? ????? ???, ???? ?? ???????? , ?? ????? ???? ?? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????. ??...

    How could you not be excited for Becky Bloomwood and her traveling to New York City with her hot new man. New love is so much fun and I love reading about the ins and outs of it. Plus, the best shopaholic is in NYC, one of the best cities for fashion lovers. If you loved part 1 like I ...

    Toch nog tijd gevonden om tussen m'n Gilmore Girls verslaving door dit boek nog uit te lezen. Gewoon weer een typische Shopaholic. Met weer van die lachwekkende hopeloze gevallen. Op naar deel 3 ...

    Recensione con SPOILER Vorrei poter dire che ho amato questo libro, che sono stata più che coinvolta nella storia, che Sophie Kinsella è una scrittrice fenomenale e che non vedo l?ora di poter mettere le mani su altri suoi libri e su altre storie eccezionali come questa. E invece,...

    I absolutely love Sophie Kinsella, with the exception of the Shopaholic series. She makes me laugh and I've recently discovered that audio is a perfect way to enjoy her books. I'm using this newfound knowledge to see if I can find some appreciation for the Shopaholic series after all, ...

    Becky is so awesome and so awkward at the same time. I would drown in shame if things like this would happen to me. And I would have punched some people. Like, a lot of them. Love the series so far! ...

    I enjoyed this a lot I thought it was a lot of fun. Her shopping addiction felt more repetitive but the plot was interesting and different enough to keep me engaged ...

  • alis
    Jun 06, 2016

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

  • Laurence R.
    Feb 06, 2015

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

  • Erin
    Mar 21, 2018

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

  • Obsidian
    Jan 25, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

  • Kelsey
    Jan 01, 2018

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

    ?? ? ????? ? 2 ???? ???? ????? ?? ????? ????????? ?? ????. ????? , ?? ????? ?? ??????? ?????? ????? ???, ???? ?? ???????? , ?? ????? ???? ?? ?? ?? ???? ?? ????. ??...

    How could you not be excited for Becky Bloomwood and her traveling to New York City with her hot new man. New love is so much fun and I love reading about the ins and outs of it. Plus, the best shopaholic is in NYC, one of the best cities for fashion lovers. If you loved part 1 like I ...

    Toch nog tijd gevonden om tussen m'n Gilmore Girls verslaving door dit boek nog uit te lezen. Gewoon weer een typische Shopaholic. Met weer van die lachwekkende hopeloze gevallen. Op naar deel 3 ...

    Recensione con SPOILER Vorrei poter dire che ho amato questo libro, che sono stata più che coinvolta nella storia, che Sophie Kinsella è una scrittrice fenomenale e che non vedo l?ora di poter mettere le mani su altri suoi libri e su altre storie eccezionali come questa. E invece,...

    I absolutely love Sophie Kinsella, with the exception of the Shopaholic series. She makes me laugh and I've recently discovered that audio is a perfect way to enjoy her books. I'm using this newfound knowledge to see if I can find some appreciation for the Shopaholic series after all, ...

    Becky is so awesome and so awkward at the same time. I would drown in shame if things like this would happen to me. And I would have punched some people. Like, a lot of them. Love the series so far! ...

  • Serisop (Cioccolatoelibri)
    Sep 29, 2018

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

  • Alaina
    Jun 09, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

  • ☆M I C H E L L E☆
    Aug 11, 2017

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...

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    How could you not be excited for Becky Bloomwood and her traveling to New York City with her hot new man. New love is so much fun and I love reading about the ins and outs of it. Plus, the best shopaholic is in NYC, one of the best cities for fashion lovers. If you loved part 1 like I ...

    Toch nog tijd gevonden om tussen m'n Gilmore Girls verslaving door dit boek nog uit te lezen. Gewoon weer een typische Shopaholic. Met weer van die lachwekkende hopeloze gevallen. Op naar deel 3 ...

    Recensione con SPOILER Vorrei poter dire che ho amato questo libro, che sono stata più che coinvolta nella storia, che Sophie Kinsella è una scrittrice fenomenale e che non vedo l?ora di poter mettere le mani su altri suoi libri e su altre storie eccezionali come questa. E invece,...

  • Brooke ♥booklife4life♥
    Oct 30, 2015

    I love shopping vicariously through Becky! ...

    Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of the most memorable characters in current fiction. She's so over the top and fabulous even though the poor thing really does have an addiction as bad as any other addiction-she's a shopaholic. I read the first Shopaholic book an...

    4.5/5 Book 10/100 for 2015! I loved this book! Rebecca really grew as a character and I am in LOVE with her and Luke. I really enjoyed the change in location from London to NYC as well! I can't wait to get my hands on the next book! ...

    I tried, I really did... but I couldn't get past the first chapter... and knowing that there are, what, 3? 4? more books in the series after this... I just couldn't make myself finish it. It's probably because I get very irritated by people who are stupid when it comes to managing ...

    Off the bat, I'm yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. I didn't connect with her in Shopaholic, or in Shopaholic & Sister (I read it before Manhattan). You would think that with the second book, Rebecca has at least grown some or gained depth. Instead, she's the same Becky w...

    It?s like leading an alcoholic to all the best hidden bars. Oh, Becky. I liked this one even more than the first. A funny, engaging series with a heroine who has zero self-control when it comes to spending money she doesn?t have. Cringe-worthy at times but written with entertainmen...

    Following Becky Bloomwood's life with her little issue of overextending herself with credit cards and her need for the designer offerings. I first saw the movie and it set a pretty high bar. when I read book 1 I didn't find the movie in that book, but it was definitely lurking insi...

    I am glad that I re-read this book, but feel disappointed overall with how the earlier books in the Shopaholic series no longer stand up. I think it's because I have already read these books and the latest, that I just feel nothing but flat out annoyance towards Rebecca (Becky) and her...

    3.5 stars ...

    I am (slowly) working my way through this series and re-reading it before the movie premiers. I laughed my way through the books the first time and really got a kick out of it. And I am laughing again the second time 'round too; however, I am starting to realize that Becky is - to put ...

    I know I know - I hated the first one, why read the second? I actually really TRIED to like these since my friend just LOVED them and raved about them and continuously wanted to discuss them. *sigh* I wouldn't have finished if I didn't have this obsessive tendency to HAVE to finish a b...

    I really really needed to reread the Shopaholic series right now. I need something light and fun as I stay home fighting the Flu. The only things keeping me going are Thera-Flu, The X-Files and Becky Bloomwood. Last night I decided to read some of the 1 & 2 star rating for this...

    Enjoyed this one more than Confessions of a Shopaholic. Look forward to reading more of her antics. 3.5 stars! ...

    ?I'll show Luke I can fit into the city. I'll show him I can be a true New Yorker. I'll go the gym, and then I'll eat a bagel, and I'll ... shoot someone, maybe? Or maybe just the gym will be enough.? Okay, so for some reason when I first read this book back in 2015 I ra...

    4.5/5 Once again, Sophie Kinsella does it: she creates a funny, romantic and original novel. I loved the first book in this series. Its idea is so original, so well-thought and so addicting that I know that, no matter how long it takes me, I'm going to read this series to its end...

    Rebecca's life seems to be in order now, what with the thriving TV show she's part of and her finally getting rid of all those debts. And then her boyfriend announces he's going to open his business in the USA. What else does a woman in love to do? Follow her boyfriend, of course! A...

    hahahahaha!!!!! I mean her life is fabulous and terrific and pathetic at the same time. I love this book, I totally love this book. because like Becky, I myself put my leg on an axe so many times, screwed my life so many phases of my life still I survive the situation by continuous wit...

    Becky's carelessness seriously gives me anxiety. As someone who's always been stingy with my money, I can't imagine spending so carelessly. That being said, I do have a closet stuffed full of clothes and Becky's eventual purge inspired me to do the same just this morning. Yay me! And I...

    This was a terrific, funny book. Book two of the Shopaholic series sees Becky and her boyfriend Luke moving to New York so he can set up a new office there. As expected, Becky's shopping gets out of hand again, creating disaster. It's not a complicated book at all. But that's not a bad...

    Sebenernya cuman iseng2 aja baca bukunya. Habis aku suka gayanya Kinsella di Finding Audrey. Dan aku ngakak juga akhirnya. I really should taking a break with mm genre and this book is really help me a lot, i mean, i have my mood back and my doubt for reading another good but not too g...

    In realtà 4,5 stelline. Mi mancava tantissimo Sophie Kinsella, soprattutto mi mancavano Rebecca ed il suo shopping sfrenato. Dopo il primo volume della serie, volevo assolutamente continuare a leggere di questa storia e finalmente sono riuscita a fare un passo avanti. Devo dire c...

    Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read. i listened to it while i followed in the book. i was constantly laughing or giggling. i highly recommended it. One of those books you can totally picture yourself in the middle of what was happening! ...

    At A Glance Genre: Chick lit Love Triangle/Insta Love?: nope. Cliff Hanger: nope. Rating: 4.5 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 7 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 7 Flow: 8 Series Congruity: 8 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: ...