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But first, we talk about the newest childrenswear influencer hello, baby Scott-Jenner! And we're off! New York Fashion Week is well underway, the London shows are about to start - what's a fashion gal to do? The audiobook is narrated by Joe Arden and Andi Arndt, two of my favorites. It's fantastic. So well done and completely fitting of this cute little novel. Jan 15, Denisa rated it it was ok Shelves: boring-or-too-long , forgettable , romance , bad-writing , annoying-chars , disappointing.

I had high hopes for this one. I didn't expect anything special, mind you, I just wanted a cute, light, maybe funny read. Instead, I got this. The characters were lacking, they were so weird. It was like they had double personalities or something. Not the female MC, but the male one. He was just The plot should have been cute and all, but somehow even that ended up being boring. It was too long and without a re 1.

It was too long and without a reason for said length and it rarely made sense.

I wouldn't actually recommend this one, especially to Lauren Blakely fans. It definitely wasn't her best work. Nov 29, Angela Reading Frenzy Book Blog rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , 3-and-a-half-stars , audio-books , romance , release. Fortunately, they did not. The premise is cute and tailor made for fans of romantic comedy movies.

I liked both main characters, even though Tom is so adorkably clueless it hurts. The first half lags a bit and I struggled to stay interested at times. However, I enjoyed the second half more and the big finish is really satisfying. Recommended for fans of: Roller coasters 80s movies Big romantic gestures View all 7 comments. This book was absolutely adorable! She writes for a sitcom and her inspiration are people in real life and their many foibles.

Very funny! Dec 08, Elle's Book Blog rated it really liked it Shelves: standalones , romance. Release Date: December 11, Genre: Romantic Comedy An adorably lighthearted romance that will induce the giggles in any reader Lauren Blakely is one of those authors that can write numerous books within a year and make every single one a fun and lovable read. And when I say every single book- I truly mean that.

Unzipped as just as quirky as the books before it only this time, we get a cool hint of the 80's and 90's boombox, serenading a woman in front oh her home, you get the drift. W Release Date: December 11, Genre: Romantic Comedy An adorably lighthearted romance that will induce the giggles in any reader Lauren Blakely is one of those authors that can write numerous books within a year and make every single one a fun and lovable read.

I laughed so hard and truly loved it! Anyway, this is a truly lovely read and one I don't think I will be forgetting in the near future. It's got fun characters both of which I would easily call friends if they were real and an engaging and original plot. I very much recommend this to anyone in need of a romance fix as this one is bound to lift your hearts and make you smile!

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This was short, straightforward and enjoyable if not exactly outstanding. Finley and Kyler who commiserate over having weird names are practically made for each other with their shared love of cinema and tolerance for adventurous activities. Their meet-cute is awesome and since Finley is a television writer and Kyler is following every romance trope he can think of, we get a lot about romance and romantic story tropes while they navigate their way to being together.

Blakely uses Kyler having go This was short, straightforward and enjoyable if not exactly outstanding. Blakely uses Kyler having gone to an all-boys high school to explain how very relationship-clueless he is and why he keeps leaning on movie scenes and lines to express himself to women. So Finley ends up being his translator, deliverer of clue, and spirit animal on his discovery quest for relationship enlightenment. On the other side, Finley finds Kyler an excellent muse for the sitcom she is furiously creating scripts for under the unreasonable demand of her boss at the network.

I loved how they are helping each other and came to respect and appreciate their respective strengths. I didn't love so much the contrived backgrounds or the strain the story was put under to have them experience all the romance tropes they were talking about. I mean, it was cute.

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Particularly when very minor spoiler view spoiler [Kyler hired a couple people to fulfill some of the tropes on their little road trip hide spoiler ]. But it also bent the story a bit and I appreciated that a good deal less. So I'm leaving this with a solid three stars. It's a good time but it's good that it is so short because any longer and it would have worn thin.


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A note about Steamy : There are a couple explicit sex scenes putting this in the middle of my steam tolerance for such a short work. They're NA adventurous so I didn't buy them any better than I did some of the other elements, so this is a part of the underwhelm that lead to the three star final. Dec 09, Heroesinbooks rated it really liked it Shelves: automaticclick-author , sweet-hero , audio-book , laugh-out-loud-funny , read-in If you love references to the music and films of the 80's then you should snap this up.

A word of caution though - do not drink hot beverages whilst reading Unzipped. Or , as in my case, listening to it on audio. You are liable to laugh hard and choke on said beverage. It was worth it though. Tom Kyler is a very likeable nerd who is desperate to win back his College girlfriend's affections , years after t 4 Tom and Finley Stars If you are looking for a light, fun , sexy book Tom Kyler is a very likeable nerd who is desperate to win back his College girlfriend's affections , years after they parted ways.

In the process of doing so he meets Finley, who is his ex-girlfriend's neighbour.

I like Finley very much. She is a comedy show writer and meeting Tom kick starts her struggling career. They fit well together and as they embark on a road trip to help Tom win his ex back, new feelings start to emerge between them. But where will this road lead them?

Fun, light and entertaining book. Andi Arndt and Joe Arden do an excellent job of narrating. Yes Cheating? Update-August 30, Ms. Lauren Blakely Wasted No Time We now have the Cover and Blurb Hmmmm, this Burb has me wondering Road Trip Anyone Look at this Cover And it is Only a Place Holder I cannot take my eyes off these abs And it is causing me to become Aug 22, Syndi rated it really liked it. This book is super funny. Cute, fun,sweet, adorable, LOL that kind of romance. Miss Blakely always have yhat never ending banter.

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Listening to the audio book makes me smile. Tom is geeky. Handsome geeky who in desperate need to win his ex back. He is so geeky clueless what to do. So he enlists Fenly to be his dating coach.

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