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this was the first sue margolis book that i read and from it i read 4which is crazy because i never read so learn from me I am putting these boo this and Gucci Gucci Coo together because they from the same author and I accidentally read them back to back And thinking back about them, they are really the same book, just slightly different backdrops But all the characters are the exact same and the exact same thing happens and the outcome happens in the same way Not that I didn t enjoy it, but looking back, I love connecting books, but this was a bit much.Girl is a Jewish Brit I love that, because it s so so so I am putting these boo this and Gucci Gucci Coo together because they from the same author and I accidentally read them back to back And thinking back about them, they are really the same book, just slightly different backdrops But all the characters are the exact same and the exact same thing happens and the outcome happens in the same way Not that I didn t enjoy it, but looking back, I love connecting books, but this was a bit much.Girl is a Jewish Brit I love that, because it s so so so rare Has a weird family, but loveable Boy enters girl s life through weird path and has secrets, but she doesn t really think about them When she does try to push, Boy gets defensive and doesn t want to revel everything When he finally does, it s lame lame lame Girl gets pissed that Boy didn t tell her in the first place, but the whole thing is lame Girl uncovers some secret at her job, but doesn t want to say anything, but it doesn t matter anyway, because the people keeping the secrets end up are not able to hold it in any longer, so they tell anyway Ain t that handy Girl ends up forgiving guy and they end up happily ever after.I swear to god, both books are exactly like that, just different jobs and boys, sort of Sorry if that made no sense, but if you read them, you ll know what I was talking about Not that you will, because I give them both a meh.Grade C This is the third book I ve read by Sue Margolis I have twoat home waiting for me They are all light fun rom coms in a book, but this was my least favorite It get a little clunkier than the other two. A very fun read I must look into this author again Funny Brittish humor which I love. So far, the main character, Cyn, is almost unbearably irritating I m gonna keep reading though, because I don t like not finishing books Also, one of the reviewers had a spoiler on the main book page, so unfortunately I know what s about to happen Super annoying.Update 1.5 stars So, this book had the least sexy sex scene I ve ever read I m no prude, but saying bush is a turnoff, in my opinion The end was better than the beginning and middle Though in my opinion, Cyn got off way too easi So far, the main character, Cyn, is almost unbearably irritating I m gonna keep reading though, because I don t like not finishing books Also, one of the reviewers had a spoiler on the main book page, so unfortunately I know what s about to happen Super annoying.Update 1.5 stars So, this book had the least sexy sex scene I ve ever read I m no prude, but saying bush is a turnoff, in my opinion The end was better than the beginning and middle Though in my opinion, Cyn got off way too easily in the end, and also all the loose ends were hastily tied off, too neatly to be believable, in a postscript Like the author just couldn t be bothered I can t remember my opinion of Breakfast at Stephanie s , to know if that wasredeeming, but I wouldn t recommend this book British Chick Lit I am a huge fan of British Chick Lit and of Sue Margolis Her books are always funny and not always predictable which is nice I particularly liked this bookthe car that Cyn gets is hilarious I can imagine her having to drive it around and the image alone keeps me laughing for several minutes A junior copywriter at a London ad agency, Cynthia Fishbein is the original good girl She works hard, never complains, and takes care of everyone around her Even Cyn s therapist British Chick Lit I am a huge fan of British Chick Lit and of Sue Margolis Her books are always funny and not always predictable which is nice I particularly liked this bookthe car that Cyn gets is hilarious I can imagine her having to drive it around and the image alone keeps me laughing for several minutes A junior copywriter at a London ad agency, Cynthia Fishbein is the original good girl She works hard, never complains, and takes care of everyone around her Even Cyn s therapist tells her she s too nice But all that s about to change when a catty co worker steals one of her ideas So Cyn goes her one better She steals the woman s identity.Suddenly she s breaking out of her shell, concocting a wickedly brilliant scheme to salvage her career and maybe get a little revenge in the process And once Cyn gets started, she just can t stop Soon she s breaking the 1 rule of group therapy by dating Joe Dillon, the group s sexy commitment phobe Leading a thrilling but terrifying double life, embroiled in a deliciously forbidden affair, she is having the time of her life until her scheme starts to backfire in a major way And unexpectedly Cyn is faced with a crisis that threatens her career, her relationship and just might finish off her sterling reputation for good 2005 I picked up this book for two reasons First, the main character, Cyn, was in the advertising business Second, I thought the premise sounded interesting Cyn takes over another women s identity, who has wronged her in the past I was pretty disappointed on both fronts The whole advertising business aspect wasn t very realistic, even for a chick lit book As far as the plot line goes, the author tried way too hard to make Cyn likable I ended up hating her because she was so gosh darn nic 2005 I picked up this book for two reasons First, the main character, Cyn, was in the advertising business Second, I thought the premise sounded interesting Cyn takes over another women s identity, who has wronged her in the past I was pretty disappointed on both fronts The whole advertising business aspect wasn t very realistic, even for a chick lit book As far as the plot line goes, the author tried way too hard to make Cyn likable I ended up hating her because she was so gosh darn nice The whole identity stealing sounded great, but came out pretty lame as well A below par fluffy read &FREE BOOK ⇱ Original Cyn ↡ From the acclaimed author of Breakfast at Stephanie s comes a hilarious new novel about falling in love, breaking the rules, and other sinful pleasuresA junior copywriter at a London ad agency, Cynthia Fishbein is the original good girl She works hard, never complains, and takes care of everyone around her Even Cyn s therapist tells her she s too nice But all that s about to change when a catty co worker steals one of her ideas So Cyn goes her one better She steals the woman s identitySuddenly she s breaking out of her shell, concocting a wickedly brilliant scheme to salvage her career and maybe get a little revenge in the process And once Cyn gets started, she just can t stop Soon she s breaking therule of group therapy by dating Joe Dillon, the group s sexy commitment phobe Leading a thrilling but terrifying double life, embroiled in a deliciously forbidden affair, she is having the time of her life until her scheme starts to backfire in a major way And unexpectedly Cyn is faced with a crisis that threatens her career, her relationship and just might finish off her sterling reputation for good Okay, looking at the length of time this spent on my currently reading shelf you would think I had given up on reading it or at least rated it with fewer stars The truth is, while the first half of the book took me nearly one and a half years to read, the second half literally flew by I think I became intrigued when a love interest appeared and the story wasn t all about work any I understand why some of the plot lines were included in the book, however, it just really felt like it was Okay, looking at the length of time this spent on my currently reading shelf you would think I had given up on reading it or at least rated it with fewer stars The truth is, while the first half of the book took me nearly one and a half years to read, the second half literally flew by I think I became intrigued when a love interest appeared and the story wasn t all about work any I understand why some of the plot lines were included in the book, however, it just really felt like it was two separate stories and the author tried too hard to make them one Ultimately, this got three stars from me for the romantic comedy aspect and some unanticipated spiciness Warning This book is written in English As in England As in Great Britain As in British I didn t think it would matter I thought the editor would make any necessary changes i.e translations for the American market Wrong It took me over half the book to figure our that when someone was pissed, pissy, or pissing, it didn t mean that they were mad, pms ing, or peeing It meant that they were drunk.I just don t get the whole Monty Python humor thing Maybe you do If you do, you ll Warning This book is written in English As in England As in Great Britain As in British I didn t think it would matter I thought the editor would make any necessary changes i.e translations for the American market Wrong It took me over half the book to figure our that when someone was pissed, pissy, or pissing, it didn t mean that they were mad, pms ing, or peeing It meant that they were drunk.I just don t get the whole Monty Python humor thing Maybe you do If you do, you ll like this book