Girls Night Out

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  • Paperback
  • 390 pages
  • Girls Night Out
  • Carole Matthews
  • English
  • 10 April 2018
  • 0373895798

About the Author: Carole Matthews

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Girls Night Out Featuring such New York Times bestselling authors as Meg Cabot, Tilly Bagshawe, and Marian Keyes, this much anticipated follow up to the USA Today bestseller Girls Night In contains tales about reunions and weddings, sisters and friends Original. Download Girls Night Out – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Girls Night Out

  1. Kristina says:

    This is a DNF for me I just can t get into the stories nor can I really relate to anything I have too many other things I want to read so I have to learn to let some books go

  2. Angela says:

    Some of these stories were okay, and some were bad None were great The best thing about this book is that it exposed me to other authors that I will check out in the future at least the ones that wrote the okay stories It was also nice to not be committed to a partic...

  3. Josefa Wann says:

    Short stories, some better than others.

  4. Rebecca says:

    I am not usually a fan of short stories, but I needed a light read and this book fit the bill Some funny, some sad, some a tad risque, but all well written and enjoyable.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Another book in the summer of Chick Lit Romance I love short stories there s just something about being able to convey meaning and entertain in such a short framework that I adore Plus if you hate a story it s over quickly though just as with books, I m not afraid to ditch even a short story if it s awful The other aspect I enjoy is that the short stories expose me to writers that I might otherwise ignore Additionally, there are a few others whom I ve found tedious before, but love in t Another book in the summer of Chick Lit Romance I love short stories there s just something about being able to convey meaning and entertain in such a short framework that I adore Plus if you hate a story it s over quickly though just as with books, I m not afraid to ditch even a short story if it s awful The other aspect I enjoy is that the short stories expose me to writers that I might otherwise ignore Additionally, there are a few others whom I ve found tedious before, but love in the short story format I m 2 3rds through and so far I have enjoyed all of the stories somethan others.Here s a few that I like Reunion, by Meg Cabot This short st...

  6. Marika Gillis says:

    Girls Night Out is a collection of short stories by popular chick lit authors such as Meg Cabot The Princess Diaries , Cecelia Ahern PS, I Love You , and Emily Giffin Something Borrowed Each story recounts a mid twenty to mid thirty something female going through some quarter life crisis concerning a man, a job, or a must have wedding.Whether it s Nina, who quits her steady job and breaks up with her boyfriend of 4 years on the nondescript advice of her manicurist numerologist in A Thing Girls Night Out is a collection of short stories by popular chick lit authors such as Meg Cabot The Princess Diaries , Cecelia Ahern PS, I Love You , and Emily Giffin Something Borrowed Each story recounts a mid twenty to mid thirty something female going through some quarter life crisis concerning a man, a job, or a must have wedding.Whether it s Nina, who quits her steady job and breaks up with her boyfriend of 4 years on the nondescript advice of her manicurist numerologist in A Thing of Beauty, or Jamie, who will go to extremes in an attempt to break up another couple in order to secure the St Charles hotel for her own dream wedding in Troublemaker, these female characters have no depth, very little likability, and stagnant personalities Like most of the chick lit genre that I ve read, these stories do not scream out with any intelligence whatsoever but, on the flip side, the book is...

  7. Stephanie says:

    Some stories were a lot of fun Some stories were a little boring Altogether not a bad collection of stories if you are in the mood for some short stories.

  8. Sarah says:

    Usually I like anthologies They give me a chance to discover new authors and I almost always like several stories But with this book, now that I ve finished, all I can remember are the bad stories There were some ok stories, but obviously, nothing good stuck with me at the end Maybe that s because while it started off okay, it just gotanddepressing by the end As a result there s not a single author I would track down.At some point there was a story that the author basically told Usually I like anthologies They give me a chance to discover new authors and I almost always like several stories But with this book, now that I ve finished, all I can remember are the bad stories There were some ok stories, but obviously, nothing good stuck with me at the end Maybe that s because while it started off okay, it just gotanddepressing by the end As a res...

  9. Carol Balawyder says:

    What first attracted me to this collection of short stories was the long list of the bestselling authors in romantic fiction Candace Bushnell, Meg Cabot, Emily Giffin, Sophie Kinsella as well as new discoveries such as Cecelia Ahern I loved Ahern s voice but also the manner in which she structured the story, beginning at the end, going through the middle and ending with her beginning It s a brilliant piece of short fiction.Aside from the quality of the stories and their writers, Girls Night What first attracted me to this collection of short stories was the long list of the bestselling authors in romantic fiction Candace Bushnell, Meg Cabot, Emily Giffin, Sophie Kinsella as well as new discoveries such as Cecelia Ah...

  10. Adriana says:

    Really 3.5 stars This book reads like a tasting menu for female authors chick lit so you can get a sense of their writing styles and maybe discover a new author to follow Like pretty much every anthology I ve ever read, it s hard to comment on it as a whole Some of the stories were wonderfully written and I would have liked to getof them, while others were depressing or just so uninteresting that they made want to stop reading altogether It continually seemed like the stories I was m Really 3.5 stars This book reads like a tasting menu for female authors chick lit so you can get a sense of their writing styles and maybe discover a new author to follow Like pretty much every anthology I ve ever read, it s hard to comment on it as a whole Some of the stories were wond...