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Praise for I Heart Paris: 'More down-to-earth and enjoyable girly fodder from rising chick-lit star Kelk' Heat 'Fun, romantic and warm, this is a perfect summer read' Closer Praise for the I Heart! series: 'A fun read!leaves you feeling all warm and fuzzy inside' Company 'Chicklit fans will put a big shiny star on this deliciously entertaining wander through tinseltown!' Daily Record

About the Author

Lindsey Kelk is the author of three previous bestsellers, I Heart New York, I Heart Hollywood and I Heart Paris. When she isn't writing, reading, listening to music or watching more TV than is healthy, Lindsey likes to wear shoes, shop for shoes and judge the shoes of others. She loves living in New York but misses Sherbert Fountains, London and drinking Gin & Elderflower cocktails with her friends. Not necessarily in that order.

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  • File Size: 2400 KB
  • Print Length: 355 pages
  • Publisher: Harper (June 9, 2011)
  • Publication Date: June 9, 2011
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00506C1GU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,759 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Leah Graham on June 11, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
The Single Girl's To Do List is probably just as light a read as I Heart New York (and Hollywood and undoubtedly Paris) was. But for me, there's a big difference: the idea of the novel is different and not something I've read before and the characters are infinitely better. There's a very small part of me that wonders if everything that happens throughout The Single Girl's To Do List can really happen in two weeks as that's the general time-frame of the book. But rather than overly question it and ruin the novel for myself, I instead ran with it and found myself very entertained. I hitched myself to its pages and I enjoyed the ride, finishing the novel in just two sittings.

I like the idea Kelk presents that there's a `list' every girl should complete to really feel single. Some of the items on Rachel's list are totally insane - bungy jumping, anyone? But I loved the majority of the items and they are totally what you'd find in any break-up bible. Makeover? Check. Tattoo? Check. Write a letter to your feckless ex? Check. Rachel is a girl after my own heart with her list-making. I see myself as a rather organised person, but I'm no list maker. Mainly because I end up getting distracted if I write down the tasks I need to do and, instead, I go and procrastinate meaning I don't get to check off any of my objectives. Don't ask why I'm allergic to writing a to-do list, I just am. I'm much better just trying to remember it in my head, although invariably I do forget, meaning a list would have been a good idea (I'm the same with books I need to read, I don't like telling myself what I have to read otherwise I won't want to read them). Yes. I am a freak. I love organised female characters who keep lists, they're what I aspire to be!

I absolutely loved Rachel.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Best Crime Books on September 19, 2011
Format: Paperback
I enjoyed reading Lindsey Kelk's book `I Heart Hollywood' but I wasn't prepared for just how much I would love this one. The whole point of reading this type of book is the fact that they are usually fun and light hearted. Sometimes the storylines are predictable but in a way I kind of like knowing I will get the ending I want. When I started reading this book I found myself smiling and smirking as I painfully re-lived moments in my younger years where I was experiencing `the single life'.

The book is a respectable 400 pages, but I have to be truthful and say that the humour started from the time I opened the book. The main character Rachel Summers is an absolute sweetheart who I fell in love with immediately. Her predicament is one that I am sure many readers can sympathise with. Don't get me wrong, it isn't your rip-roaring, tears streaming down the face kind of humour, but it touched chords with the scenarios and situations Rachel seems to get herself in to.

Add in to the mix Rachel's two best friends and this book was made for me. Emilie is a woman that is addicted to men, whether it be flirting with them, sleeping with them or getting free drinks off them. Matthew is the six foot plus stunner, who also happens to be gay but definitely not camp. The three of them make an unlikely trio, but their characters are what made this book for me.

We get to see Rachel's journey from hell as she tries to adapt to a single life. The list is what started her strange journey and it is ultimately the list that creates some very crazy and humorous scenarios. As time went on you could see Rachel getting braver and more daring with herself, and you get the distinct impression you are party of watching her become a stronger person.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Meredith G. Schorr on January 15, 2012
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My first 5 star review of 2012 and I now have another favorite author in the chicklit genre. Can't believe I'd never read anything by Lindsey Kelk before. Her style reminds me a bit of Marian Keyes in the earlier years, like Last Chance Saloon and Sushi for Beginners, but I digress.

The Single Girl's To-Do List was definitely a page turner. The writing flowed incredibly well and never while I was reading did I get bored, antsy or want to skip ahead.

Rachel (Raquel!) Summers was a great main character and I loved watching her develop from set in her ways and old beyond her actual age to fun, spontaneous and independent. Although her love interest was pretty predictable, I didn't mind and loved the slow build up. What I enjoyed the most was Rachel's relatinship with her best friends, Matthew and Emelie. While the characters were sort of stereotypical chick-lit characters (the gay best guy friend and the beautiful but loyal girl best friend), the interaction between the three of them was very believable and often laugh out loud funny. Classic chick-lit if I ever read it. And I can't wait to read more of Kelk's novels!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sass on October 22, 2013
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Ok romance about airheads (her and her two pals - Miss Promiscuous and Mr Buff Gay) who binge-drink regularly and have little to talk about except boyfriend trouble. I enjoyed it moderately, but I'm not proud of the fact.
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I’m not sure reading Lindsey Kelk’s The Single Girl’s To-Do List is how I want to start off my 2015…BUT at least it has a HAPPY ENDING so yay for that! To be fair, I had every intention of this book being the last book I read in 2014 but it didn’t turn out like that… Being a Single Girl, this book caught my attention when I was browsing the bookstore. I thought to myself, “There’s something I would enjoy reading.” NOT ONLY was it about being single, and having a to-do list while you were single, but there were elements of travelling, London and Canada integrated into the book somehow (at least on the cover of my copy). Single Ladies out there in the world, I think this would be a fun and very entertaining read for you.

Rachel Summers has it all. She has a great flat, great job, and a great boyfriend. Her future is all planned out, marriage, kids, the works. The last thing she ever suspects is that her boyfriend would break up with her. Devastated with the recent turn of events and not sure how to go about being single, Rachel’s best friends Emelie and Matthew decide to intervene and teach her how to be single. To do that they come up with a list of ten things Rachel has to do in order to get over her recent breakup and change her life for the better. But how is she supposed to be single when there are handsome men practically throwing themselves at her now that she’s available. Including and not exclusive to, a hot yoga instructor, a co-worker, and her teenage sweetheart over in Toronto.

Being that this book was something I picked up on a whim and completely judged over the cover and title (yes, I do that, it’s not a crime hush), I actually THOROUGHLY enjoyed it. It was funny, it was VERY ENTERTAINING, and definitely something I’d recommend to my single friends.
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