Title: Chick-Lit Saved My Life Book #1 (Chick-Lit Trilogy)
Author: Maureen Reil
Pages: 105 Pages
Publisher: Maureen Reil
It started like any other month, but when passengers on board a train find themselves robbed at gunpoint and over the following weeks, a clothing manufacturer, a jewellery shop and finally a book-store. What do all these places have in common? Besides, a young woman named Kelly Stanford since she was at each incident and became the victim of someone who took great pleasure in stealing her handbags, not to mention her Chick-Lit books.
Just what type of man are we dealing with here? Kelly tries her best to continue as normal, but the crimes have clearly affected her greatly and it all comes to a head when she falls for the new love interest to enter into her life. She also discovers her stolen Chick-Lit novels for sale in the second-hand wicker basket on the counter. Is it possible that the bookseller bloke and the lone gunman are the same person? It would simply be so typical of her bad luck lately, without her late (adoptive) grandmother’s brooch which the thief took in the first robbery.
Find out more by reading this British, funny farcical novella. This is book one in the trilogy and book two is titled Chick-Lit Stole My Life and book three is titled Chick-Lit Staged My Life as it’s currently at a website near you..
What a load of nonsense.
I can honestly say that this book gave me a headache. The protagonist prattled on in a completely bonkers (and not in a good way) way. Her diatribes over the minutia of life was intolerable. It was like Reil was going for whimsy but it just came across as drivel. I’m thankful that this was only a short story and not a full length novel. I will not be reading part 2 and 3 of the trilogy.