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I Heart Hawaii

by Lindsey Kelk

I really didn’t know what to expect with this book as I’ve never read any of the other books in the I heart series. There are seven other books before this one and you don’t need to read any of the others as it is a standalone. The book was enjoyable and had some really funny laugh out loud moments, that most women can associate with. This would be a great easy summer read that you must put on this years summer read list.

Angela Clark is classed as having it all, the sexy hansom husband who’s in a band, a gorgeous baby girl and a new dream job working in media. Angela doesn’t feel as though she has it all, all she’d like would be a few days of blissful sleep.

She hasn’t been back at work long after having baby Alice when her best friend Jenny invites her on a free press weekend trip to Hawaii. Angela doesn’t want to go but ends up going anyway, with the hope of relaxation and plenty of sleep. Things don’t quite turn out that way though.

While Angela is in Hawaii she keeps getting phone calls from the MOB (Mothers of Brooklyn) an elite mothers group, who can help open all sorts of doors for her. If only she would agree to join them, but she is more worried that they are only asking her to join them because of her husband and not because of her own talent and what she can offer them.

During their trip to Hawaii lots of different incidents and accidents happen that will make you laugh out loud and have tears rolling down your face.

Things don’t get any better once Angela gets back to New York, she makes a big mistake costing her best friend her job. Will Angela be able to undo and patch things up with Jenny? A light warmhearted funny book.

Pages: 400. Publication Date: 30 May 2019. My Rating:

4 thoughts on “I Heart Hawaii”

  1. I’m going to an author event on Friday, so I’m getting this book then. Love this series.🙂

  2. Thank you🙂and I think you will enjoy the other books, there all really good.😁

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