- File Size: 1868 KB
- Print Length: 604 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 18, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AR8TPFQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #328,958 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Three Girls the Complete Trilogy Kindle Edition
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A cute, engaging series of stories. A nice twist of having each book from a different girl's perspective. I recommend the trilogy for a light read. I did find it a little eye-rolling that the only happy outcome for each girl was to be with a man, rather than being happy on her own, but it wouldn't be a romance series without that, would it?
Ginny is by far the most appealing of the three girls. She's neurotic, insecure, and emotional. But she knows her own faults and is the only one of the girls to actually mature and grow up over the course of the stories. Annie is downright unlikeable, being far too hard on her friends and snarky and rude to those outside their precious circle. They all have mommy/daddy issues to the extreme, which are never really resolved or even worked on much. The men in the books are far more likeable than the women. But all in all, it remains a steady-paced read, albeit with few surprises, that kept me entertained for a few days.
I do recommend stopping with book 3, as book 4 very much ruins all three girls, in my opinion.
In the second installment of the Three Girls series, the spotlight is on Jen. Of Jen, Ginny, and Annie, Jen is the most Type A and loves to plan things. Since she's an event planner, it's a good thing. When Jen is asked to assist on the wedding of socialite Kiki Barber, it could mean huge things for her career and she's determined to help throw the wedding of the year. She's also determined to organize Ginny's wedding to Josh. Unfortunately, Jen is working herself into the ground and despite her go-getter nature, things don't go as planned. Will her career dreams be shattered? Will her two best friends have her back or will she lose them too? And what's up with the gorgeous best man sending her mixed messages? I became a huge fan of Schurig after reading Three Girls and a Baby. I love her writing style and her characters were so much fun and so real. I loved Ginny so much and feared that I wouldn't like Part 2 as much. I was wrong. I absolutely loved this book. And call me fickle, but I think I might like Jen even more than Ginny! The romance in this one was cute and although I think the relationship conflict could have been stronger, I devoured this book and highly recommend. 5 stars
In this third installment of the Three Girls series, the spotlight is on Annie. Now that both of her besties (Jen and Ginnie) are settled into relationships, Annie is the only single one. An aspiring actress, being single never bothered Annie before. In fact, she preferred to keep her relationships with men casual unlike her more sappy buddies. We find out in this installment that it's really fear that is holding Annie back from falling in love. Watching her mother lose herself after her father left them resulted in Annie vowing to never give a man power over her happiness. But will Nate, the fling from Las Vegas who won't go away, be strong enough to break down her walls? I am a big fan of Rachel Schurig. Her writing is seamless and she manages to combine humor and serious issues into her stories in such a way that I find myself laughing and choking up constantly. This book was no exception. Although it was my least favorite of the series because Annie wasn't always very likeable, I would still recommend this novel to all fans of chick lit. 4 stars
The books continue with Jen getting to do the wedding of her dreams, while planning Ginny's wedding. She works herself into a coma and then messes up the date of Ginny's wedding when the couple changed the date to get a cheaper rate on the honeymoon while they didn't quite have all of her attention. The last book deals with actress Annie's lack of fulfillment in her job. Kiki, the bride in the big wedding Jen was doing, got her rich dad to give them a small loan to open an event planning business of their own. Her dad is opening up a nightclub aimed at their age customer and gives them a plush trip to Vegas to do research on what makes a club a hit. Annie meets a guy with a Detroit ballcap on who is there with a bachelor's party. He and Annie really connect, but Annie does not do relationships especially with an engineer. A movie star from Detroit comes back and produces plays and Annie finally lands a major role. The play is a hit and goes to Chicago and then to New York. Will Annie follow fame or love?
I have always been a reader and I do not lean on other people, they seem to lean on me. I loved these characters and wished I had had friends that close when I was that age. They all grew past the things you have to deal with when you are finally on your own by always being there for each other. They kept each other sane and gave baby Danny a circle of love to make him feel safe when they were scared to death themselves. These are the kind of friends you will never lose through thick or thin. The humor is as good as the characters and the comedic timing. If you are looking for some " Mind Meth " this is the box set for you. I bought the last Three Girls book today and it is called " The Truth about Ever After " and I also recommend finishing your Three Girls experience with it.
I bought it based on the many good reviews for each book and because this trilogy cost the same as only one of the books. I'm really glad I did and I raced through the entire trilogy in a day.
I'm not going to review each book as there are so many great reviews of the books individually here on Amazon, which you can read if you want. I merely want to highly recommend this great read and suggest that you buy it!