- File Size: 547 KB
- Print Length: 228 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Eileen Cook; 1 edition (January 22, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 22, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0070X9XDU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #655,458 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Do or Di Kindle Edition
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I enjoyed the way the storyline panned out, and I have to say, I had NO IDEA what was going to happen in the end. That is what I liked best about this book, it was unpredictable. I find that to be one of the most important things while reading a new book. I don't want to "know" what is going to happen, I want to be surprised, or even taken for a loop, and that is what happened with Do or Di.
Erin Callighan just wanted to meet a GREAT guy, but yet, it just wasn't happening. Then when it finally does, OH BOY.....didn't see that coming. Jonathan, that weasel-jerk.....I DID NOT like him AT ALL!! Any woman who has ever dated a man that was "off-limits" will understand Erin's dilemma and will be hoping that she regains some sort of "sense" before she gets in too deep. This was where Diana came in.
I think my favorite character, aside from Colin, was Diana. She was the young girl that Erin was supposed to be mentoring, but Diana ended up being more of a "mentor" to Erin. I especially loved when she would start in on Erin's choice of clothing...I was cracking up!
Do or Di is more of a Chick-lit, than a romance, but it was enjoyable, and sometimes you just want to read a book that will make you laugh!
And she does! Unfortunately, she's a last second fill-in host on the station's uber-popular (and uber-sexist) show. Her co-host? Colin Stewart, the "Voice of Seattle." And when the show takes off, she finds herself agreeing to pretend to date Colin.
To further complicate things, she's also decided to participate in a mentoring project. Her assignment? A teenage girl who thinks that her other mentor is Princess Diana.
So yeah, things are very complicated in Erin's life. But is that necessarily so bad?
So far, I've read two-thirds of Eileen Cook's genres (YA and chick lit) and I'm pretty sure she can make everything fantastic. (We'll see; the middle grade ones are next!) This book could have been roll-your-eyes obnoxious because we all know what's going to happen, right? Well, not exactly. There are plenty of curve balls I didn't mention in this review. But even if Colin and Erin DO end up together (and I'm not saying they do, mind you), how it happens is most of the fun.
Also, I love Diana (yes, the teen girl's name is Diana) and she's surprisingly astute for someone who is (a) so young and (b) so deluded (or is she?).
As with all of Eileen Cook's books to date, this one is highly recommended. It's only available as an ebook but Amazon sells it for $3. Guaranteed you spend more on lunch, so why not give this a try?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I started this book hoping for a good read. But it was' t as I had hoped. Not sure what the author was intending but I couldn't continue. I gave it my best but couldn't finish it.Published 24 days ago by Peggy
Light and fun. Enjoyed the characters and the fast pace. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys some goofy sweet writing.Published 4 months ago by Carrie Bullinger
Looking forward to reading more of her books. She has not disappointed me. The story may change, but her humor remains FunPublished 6 months ago by ms.fancyone
A fun, light read with a predictable path and formulaic ending, lightly dusted with good characterization and believable conversation. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Leona's Girl
Good chick lit. Fun read and loved the characters - even the two-timing married man! I would read this author again.Published 16 months ago by Mindy Ploeser
It's a fun, quick read. It was enjoyable and not too sappy or mushy. Nice book for a cold rainy day.Published 16 months ago by heidicompteach
I ADORED this book. Eileen has a fun sense of humor and it showed in her book. I had several late night, laugh out loud giggles over the plot and characters. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Carol B.
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