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Chick Lit recs?

Making a trip to the library tomorrow and craving some really girly books. It's been a couple years (!) since I've read much Chick Lit--any recs?

 Thanks in advance.

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Re: Chick Lit recs?

  • The Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella

    Always the Bridesmaid; Here Comes the Bride; First Comes Love by Whitney Lyles

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  • I just read Savor the Moment by Nora Roberts. It's book 3 in the Bride Quartet - great chick lit/beach reading!
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  • I'll check them out. Thanks!
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  • Some under the radar authors I like

    Sarah Mlynowski, Hester Browne, Stacey Ballis

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    Some under the radar authors I like

    Sarah Mlynowski, Hester Browne, Stacey Ballis

    i was gonna suggest the little lady agency series!

    meg cabot's queen of babble books are really good too.

  • I like chick-lit that I feel like I can learn a little bit from.

    Girls of Riyadh by Rajaa Alsanea is kind of fun.  It's often called the "Saudi Arabian version of Sex and the City."  It's still light-hearted girly romance, but it's about a group of upper class Saudi women, which is interesting.

    I really enjoyed Kitchen Chinese by Ann Mah, which is set in Beijing and talks a lot about the different Chinese cuisines.  But despite the cool setting and cultural undertones, it's still traditional chick lit!

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