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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

The Undomestic Goddess (Book Review)

The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

This is my all time go to favorite book! Here is the information on it! This book is funny, romantic, dramatic, and fun!

Samantha Sweeting, the 29-year-old heroine of Kinsella's latest confection (after Shopaholic Sister), is on the verge of partnership at the prestigious London law firm Carter Spink—the Holy Grail of her entire workaholic life. But when she finds she has made a terrible, costly mistake just before the partnership decision, she's terrified of being fired. In a fog, she stumbles out of the building and onto the nearest train, which drops her in the countryside, where she wanders to a stately home. The nouveau riche lady of the house mistakes her for the new housekeeper—and Samantha is too astonished to correct her. Numb and unable to face returning to London, Samantha tries to master the finer points of laundry, cooking and cleaning. She discovers that the slow life, her pompous but good-hearted employers and the attentions of the handsome gardener, Nathaniel, suit her just fine. But her past is hard to escape, and when she discovers a terrible secret about her firm—and when the media learns that the former legal star is scrubbing toilets for a living—her life becomes more complicated than ever.

Will you consider reading this?


1 comment:

  1. I never disappointed with this author! This was the first book I read of hers and I have been hooked ever since. All had me laughing even after I finished reading them! This book keeps you wondering, what could happen next.