Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella Paperback Book

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Rent Can You Keep a Secret?

Author: Sophie Kinsella

Format: Paperback, Paperback, Abridged-CD

Publisher: Bantam Dell Pub Group

Published: Mar 2005

Genre: Fiction - Romance - Contemporary

Retail Price: $17.00

Pages: 357

Synopsis

Unfailingly optimistic Emma Corrigan has a problem. During an episode of flight turbulence, she tells her troubles (the job she hates, the seemingly perfect boyfriend she is not sure she loves) to the handsome man sitting next to her. Then, who walks into her office the next morning but the man from the flight--who turns out to be Jack Harper, the American CEO of Panther Cola, in for a weeklong visit. The author of the SHOPAHOLIC trilogy delivers hilarious antics involving Emma, Lissy her work-crazed best friend, Jemima their awful flatmate--and of course, Jack, the man who knows all her secrets.

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Reviews

BookLender review by TPrince on 2008-01-29 14:52:06

I like Sophie Kinsella and her books always seem to keep me laughing. There are times when the characters can get a big grating, but then you tend to realize that as in real life, not everyone is perfect and it puts you back on track. This is a great read for anyone who needs to laugh out loud and escape for just a few hours.

BookLender review by Allison on 2008-01-13 13:45:36

This is one of my favorite books!!! It is so funny and easy to read. I laughed out loud, which is why I'm sure my neighbors think I'm crazy, as I was all alone at the time.

BookLender review by Wendy on 2009-05-08 16:15:45

This is the first book that I have read by Sophie Kinsella and I was not disappointed. It was very amusing and I found myself chuckling throughout the book. I think that one of the things that I enjoyed most about it was that the female lead was so believable. Some of the situations that she found herself in and some of the things that she thought and said, I could really picture myself doing, thinking, and saying the exact same things. I would recommend this book.

BookLender review by Wendy on 2010-03-09 21:17:09

good book has u laughing from the beginning to the end but i wish it was a better ending but overall was funny.

BookLender review by Christine on 2009-08-30 21:41:58

and this would be one of my worst nightmares. Sophie Kinsella does an admirable job of making the leading characters charming and lovable, but just as crazy as the people in my life. Worth the couple hours it took to finish off. It would make great airplane reading!