Saturday, July 16, 2016

The Perfect Summer Read | THE SINGLES GAME


If you are heading away on holiday or just want a good easy read book I have the one for you! The Singles Game written by Lauren Weisberger has been my guilty pleasure for the past 2 weeks that I had to write a blog post about it!

This is the blurb on the back cover:

New from the author of THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA: it's a match made in hell. Sweeping from Wimbledon to the Caribbean, from LA to mega yachts in the Med, The Singles Game is a brilliantly entertaining romp through a world where the stakes are high - and no-one plays by the rules. When Charlotte 'Charlie' Silver makes a pact with the devil, infamously brutal tennis coach Todd Feltner, she finds herself catapulted into a world of stylists, private parties and secret dates with Hollywood royalty. Under Todd it's no more good-girl attitude: he wants warrior princess Charlie all the way. After all, no-one ever won by being nice. Celebrity mags and gossip blogs go wild for Charlie, chasing scandal as she jets around the globe. But as the warrior princess's star rises, both on and off the court, it comes at a high price. Is the real Charlie Silver still inside?

I found this book addicting by the end. I mean it isn't the most intellectual read but if you want something to distract your mind from day to day life this will do it. I find it the perfect read before going to sleep at night as it isn't too heavy and I found it quite relaxing. 

Reading these types of books reminds me of tv shows like 90210 and The Hills which have always been my guilty pleasure. So if you like those types of storylines then give this author a go! I have read pretty much all of her books and none have been a disappointment!

Also TIP ALLERT if you live in the UK head into a Sainsburys because i managed to pick this up for only £3.99!  A complete steal!! 

What should I read next? Let me know your suggestions!

Ivy xo
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