- File Size: 1270 KB
- Print Length: 484 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 19, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00E4PZY12
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,774 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The author has a writing style that made me become immediately invested in the characters and their lives. In an odd way Poppy is very relatable for me - she tends to be a bad luck charm for herself on the daily and as I am very clumsy and attract mishaps, I found myself laughing with her and not at her.
I am a fan of this author and am moving right on to the next book in this laugh out loud series.......
I just loved Poppy. She is a Bridget Jones type character that unfortunately bad luck follows her everywhere she goes. And it is hilarious. She has a BFF in Jazz who is her polar opposite, but just as funny. Jazz has the idea to swap houses, so she can save money to pay off her debt. Poppy is not totally convinced, but being a "doormat", she goes along with it. Jazz's flat mates, Grace, Izzy and Ryan are a bit shocked, but accept her into their fold. Crazy things will keep you entertained with this book. Some will think the relationship with Poppy and Ryan is a bit annoying, but I didn't. I felt that Poppy was the one who was unsure and gave mixed signals to poor Ryan. But alls well, that ends well, and this finishes brilliantly.
I would highly recommend this book for an entertaining read.
This book was so much longer than I thought it would be and it seemed to get off track quite a bit. Although I did enjoy the book and want to see where the story will go. The story would build up but woulnd't peak. The best part of the book was the last 2 chapters. Everything that had been building finally comes to a head.
The story follows 2 friends, Jazz and Poppy. Jazz is in major debt and Poopy is BORING. After a drunken night Jazz and Poppy decide to switch lives, live in each others homes, and do whatever the other says. The goal is to get Jazz's debt under control by being a home body and Poppy to become a social butterfly.
Unfortunately this has bad idea written all over it. Poppy goes to stay with Jazz's roommates, Izzy, Grace and Ryan. Poppy and Ryan have a strange hate-love relationship and you never quite know whether Ryan even likes her or if he's just tolerating her prescence.
Also the book completely abandons the whole "do what the other says" idea. And when I realized over half way through the book...it pops back up for a split second. Another thing to note is that we see a great deal of Poppy and her problems with Ryan but not much with Jazz and her debt.
Poppy is a complete mess and I found myself shaking my head and laughing at some of the predictaments she found herslef in. If something could go wrong it did and then it got worse.
Complimentary copy provided by the author/publisher for an honest review.
Favorite Quote: "I'm more like a dog with a missing leg and one eye, that people feel sorry for but are too horrified to take home." -Poppy
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