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The Buenos Aires Broken Hearts Club Paperback – May 29, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
If you're looking for a fun, romantic, and girly book - pick this up. It's a great read on the plane, at the beach, or while snuggled up under your covers.
The book is chick lit, entertaining, witty and funny, including the most gorgeous of all men, of course. It may contain elements of soap-opera style exaggeration on the interpersonal level. Jessica Morrison paints a very true picture of Buenos Aires through the eyes of a non-native who falls in love with the city and its vibes.
As long as the reader manages the literary expectations, you will thoroughly enjoy it. If you have seen all seasons of Sex in the City a million times and are looking for a read when you're away from your DVD player - this is it!
This was a surprisingly good read. I picked the book up because it had a great price, even though I don't read what I'd classify as chic lit as much anymore.
It had a good story, I didn't want to put it down, and it's definitely worth a read.
It is always interesting to see how a girl handles a REAL bad day, and comes out on top!
In Seattle, web assistant producer Cassie has learned to cope with her parents' divorce and her anxious mother's warnings ("Men leave you for your secretary") by becoming obsessive-compulsive and aligning her entire life, past and future, to The Plan: she's devised a complicated spreadsheet with Goals for every stage of her life, including love, romance and happy-ever-after.
But then, predictably, everything goes wrong: not only does she not get a much-expected promotion--she's deemed "unexciting" and is fired from her job. In typical Hollywood fashion, that same day (seriusly, hasn't anyone told this writer that too much may well be, ahem, "Too Much"?) she's evicted from her apartment and finds her Perfect Fiance, Jeff, in bed with his ex girlfriend--a non perfect girl whom he still likes better than Cassie--again, predictably, he tells Cassie she's "too perfect." Clearly, The Plan has failed.
Devastated, Cassie licks her wounds and, drunk, books herself an "outta here" six month destination to, of all places, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Cassie isn't the most urbane or sophisticated of girls, has apparently never been anywhere other than tourist spots in Mexico, speaks no languages, and has never felt any interest in "other cultures." This, she tells us ourselves. And it's quite obvious too!Read more ›
This book is filled with entertaining characters as Cassie tries to find herself in this new and strange environment. Nothing is ever too serious however. This book is refreshing and entertaining. Something funny and crazy to lift your spirits.
Linda C. Wright
Author, One Clown Short
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The main character was unlikeable (OCD can be interesting or funny...she was neither) and she could have written her boy-crazy story in any city.. Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by Jean Seymour
I read this on my way and while I was in Buenos Aires on a recent vacation...it was suggested reading in the Argentina Fodders travel book. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by floridashopper
Such a delightful. Loved every page! Mainly based in beauiful, exotic Buenos Aires, it truly made me want to catch the next flight there. Read morePublished on October 21, 2011 by Marie5280
I picked up the book for $5.00 and thought it looked like a cute read if I was bored. I picked it up and couldn't put it down- literally- it was so engaging! Read morePublished on September 4, 2011 by Veronica
I bought this book a while ago, but I had been holding on to it and planned to read it on my plane ride to Buenos Aires! Read morePublished on June 27, 2011 by Leeshie
It's a good light-hearted read with plenty of insightful dwellings on life and love on Cassie's part. Read morePublished on October 16, 2010 by jin chu
Thank you Jessica Morrison for writing this book. Purchased a copy of this book and couldn't put the book down until finished reading the book. Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by Norm
On a daily basis, I'm on the lookout for great books to read on my Kindle. Every so often I stumble on a truly wonderful read. Read morePublished on February 21, 2010 by L. Goff
I bought this book to read on my flight to Buenos Aires and it was a fun and light read. I passed it on to a friend and she enjoyed it, too.Published on February 2, 2010 by Amazon Customer