The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

Samantha Sweeting is always at work… Well, at least it feels that way. Working at one of the highest-considered firms in London, Samantha is on her game. Yes, her desk is a mess, but she is 100% on her game. However, when she starts cleaning off her desk, she notices a memo on her desk that could completely derail her career. Without realizing it, she shuts down and gets on the train–finding herself in the middle of nowhere.

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It's Monday, What are you reading?

It’s Monday, what are you Reading? is a fun little meme hosted by the Book Date over on It’s a great little way to get ahead of your week, figure out reading goals, and have FUN meeting the reading community.
So, I’m reading a few library books (thank you LA County library for your Murder, She Wrote books!), and I’m also in a Facebook challenge group where we read certain categories of books throughout the month (it’s called Reading Rivalry and it is a lot of fun!).

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The Date Maker: A Disastrous Dates Prequel by Kayla Tirrell

Morgan has had great luck setting people up in the past–she definitely has a knack for matchmaking. But college is expensive, and despite her busy class schedule and part-time work at the local coffee shop, she is unable to pay for car maintenance and other surprise expenses that pop up. Her matchmaking skills will hopefully provide a steady income stream that will allow her to rest a little easier in the form of The Date Maker.

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Always Reiding It's Monday, What are you Reading?


It’s Monday, which means it is time again to hook up with the dedicated readers of the Book Date Blog and start talking about the kinds of things we’re all currently reading. I read six books last week, a private group I am in is doing a book challenge and so I’ve been reading a lot for that.

I read 4 books last week,

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Are you Sleeping: A Novel by Kathleen Barber

Josie lives in New York, happily ensconced in a small apartment, with her partner Caleb. They’ve been all around the world together, and definitely love each other, but Josie hasn’t told him about her murdered father, her cultist mother or her crazy twin sister. When a podcast called Reconsidered: The Chuck Buhrman Murder starts becoming the newest thing, Josie realizes that she has to tell Caleb that she’s not an only child and that her parents weren’t both dead–and then she finds out her mother just committed suicide.

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Reality Ends Here by Allison Gaylin

Estella is best known as the big sister of the sextuplets you see each week on Seven is Heaven. While she balances teen life and reality stardom, she is a bigger fan of being a good sister off-camera and reading the myriad of books she has in her room. When a ghost from the past manifests itself on the set, in the form of a mysterious package,

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