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Reviewed by Gretchen Jawurek for Readers' Favorite
Blogger Girl by Meredith Schorr is a very modern love story about a 20-something who not only finds love but also finds herself. Kim is a legal secretary in a not so bad firm, but on the side she has her own blog reviewing chick lit. Everything is going along swimmingly until she connects with Nicholas, the hot associate attorney that works with her boss. Can she make a real connection and, once they get started, will it last? To make matters worse, Hannah, the mean girl from high school that was constantly harassing her, has written a new book, a chick lit book that is being published by one of her publishers that she reviews for, and they’re asking her to review it. Now comes the moment of truth - does she give an honest review, or not read the book and give a bad review? Her best friends, Caroline and Bridget, are there helping her along the way with spa days and girls' nights out to inspire and encourage her.
This is a quick and easy read that can be read in an afternoon. Blogger Girl is a fun book that touches on making your way and finding your niche in life. You will feel like one of Kim’s girlfriends and you will be just dying to give her advice, and rooting for her to the very end. Blogger Girl has a few surprises and a few twists that keep you guessing. If you want to read a little something that gives you a break from the craziness of life, try Blogger Girl!