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Secrets of a Shoe Addict Hardcover – June 10, 2008
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This book is an easy read and can stand on its own or read as a sequel. It is an enjoyable way to spend some time.
That said, I am glad my favorite character from the first book, Sandra, makes a return to this book. Her misadventures in dating were hilarious and all too familiar. It was also fun to see her relationship with her sister deepen and heal.
Mostly I liked the screwball comedy of this book. If I wanted to be depressed, I'd look for Oprah's recs. What I want is to have a good time reading about somethin that will hopefully never really happen to me. Somehow the author pulled it off and made the characters seem real even when they were in larger than life situations. For me that makes a great weekend or beach read. I can't wait for the next one to come out!
This one is no where near as entertaining as the first one. The characters in both books have flaws, but the ones in this book are not really that likeable. This story was slow and unlike the first one I had no problem putting it down.
In the first book the plight of the main characters were more believable to me, (stuggling with finances, bad marriages, bad work environment etc.) but in this book the character's problems started with really unrelatable situations. ("accidentally" hiring a male prostitute, "accidentally" gambling away 5000$, "accidentally" spending 5000$ in a store) I can relate to the problems the woman had in the first book, but the woman in this book did things that were so out there it couldn't relate.
That said it was entertaining enough that I gave it 3 stars. It's worth reading if you've got nothing else to read.
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Slow start, but wild events happened. Everyone has their issues but they ban together to work them all out for each other.Published 7 months ago by Elizebeth H. Overton
I have just started reading the, got interested after reading the second book first. I wanted to find out the back story and this book does that.Published 10 months ago by Dorenda A. Heather
The follow-up to Shoe Addicts Annonymous is not a direct sequel, but does have one character, Sandra that recurs. Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by Michelle Boytim