Thursday, July 25, 2013

Girls Most Likely To...Series

Most Likely to Succeed
by Kate Davies
Girls Most Likely To #1
Most Likely to Succeed was a short quick read.  I have never read this author before so I thought that I would give her a try.  This romance was not the plot type that I have read before and I really like that.  The grammar was not the best, but despite that this was a pretty good read.  It was just ok for me.

                           Cutest Couple by Kate Davies
Girls Most Likely To #2

 The second book in the Girls Most Likley To… Series, Cutest Couple, by Kate Davies takes us in the lives of Bree and Marc.  Right after graduation Marc announced to Bree that he was leaving for the military and consequently leaving her.  Two weeks later she found out she was pregnant.  Jump forward 10 years to their high school reunion, Bree has a 9 year old son and Marc has no clue he is a father.  How will the two that was voted “cutest couple” in high school handle this situation?
This book to me would be considered a novella; it was short, sweet, and to the point.  I like this series because it is so short and great for a quick read.  To read more of this series check out the first installment Most Likely To Succeed. 
Life of the Party by Kate Davies
Life of the Party is the final chapter in the Girls Most Likely To series.  I have followed this series from the start and I enjoyed this story the best.  This is a cute, short read that follows Tess in her quest to find herself and love along the way.  As in the first two books, we follow the girls at the reunion and if you have read the previous books you will see familiar scenes.  I love books written this way and Ms. Davies does a good job.
Book three of the Girls Most Likely to…

In high school, Tess Bonham was the ultimate party girl. So it's ironic that building a successful party planning business has resulted in all work and no play. But Tess loves her job—most of the time. Planning her own ten-year reunion weekend promises to be the highlight of her career, even if making it perfect for her former classmates means she won't actually have time to enjoy it herself.

Hotelier Jeremy Wright has wanted Tess for years, and he's tired of never fitting into her overbooked calendar. So when she's short-staffed, Jeremy jumps at the chance to help out with her reunion during the day—if Tess surrenders the nights to him. He's got plans for a private party, and she's the guest of honor…

Tess should say no. But she really, really wants to say yes. Spending time with Jeremy reminds her just how much fun life can be. But she's not sure she can be "just friends" once she knows how amazing the benefits are…

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