Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Review: The Last Page

The Last Page
The Last Page by Lacy Camey

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This is a cute story, but it just wasn't all that well written. I would have definitely given it a 3 or 4 star if there had been a little more editing to it. There are a lot of places where text should have been cut because the main character was just saying the obvious over and over again. Even so, it was a free book and quick read.


The plot is cute—A girl has been broken up with by her boyfriend because he is marrying a girl he got pregnant while cheating on her, so she goes to therapy. She meets a guy near her family's summer home, where she, her sister and her best friend are staying. She is supposed to be churning out a fashion line, but can't because she is depressed and later because she sprains her wrist. Somehow, however, she's able to make a line for dogs, which goes over splendidly in the rich neighborhood she is living in. The guy she meets ends up being her therapist's grandson and, after a bit of a mix up in which her ex comes back to her, she and the guy end up together and her doggy couture line goes national.

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