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Emma Corrigan è una ragazza normale, lavora in una multinazionale ed ha un fidanzato simpatico. E come tutte le ragazze normali coltiva i suoi sogni, i suoi segreti e le sue paure. E proprio cercando di fronteggiare una delle sue più grandi paure, quella di volare, si trova a raccontare tutti i... show more
Emma Corrigan è una ragazza normale, lavora in una multinazionale ed ha un fidanzato simpatico. E come tutte le ragazze normali coltiva i suoi sogni, i suoi segreti e le sue paure. E proprio cercando di fronteggiare una delle sue più grandi paure, quella di volare, si trova a raccontare tutti i suoi più intimi segreti al suo compagno di viaggio, un simpatico americano. Che altri non è che... Abbandonata Rebecca, la protagonista del ciclo "I love shopping", Sophie Kinsella regala ai suoi lettori un nuovo divertente personaggio femminile.
Publish date: January 1st 2005
Pages no: 321
Edition language: Italian
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
I was able to get through enough of this book to see that this could have been a fun read, but I was so annoyed by the first-person-present-tense that I couldn’t force myself to continue beyond the first few chapters. DNF at 40 pages. I was reading this for the 2017 Romance Bingo, for the New Adul...
Ugh, how can so many people adore this book? I made it to 11% before I remembered life is way too short to read about such a depressing character. Emma is a self-deluding door mat with an honesty problem. Her panicked confession of secrets on a bumpy flight was amusing, but that's really all I could...
I was looking for a lighthearted fluffy kind of romance and in certain respects, this book delivered. Emma Corrigan is a heroine who makes endless blunders and has socially awkward moments that made me smile and laugh. She is basically an airhead times one hundred, which I initially didn't mind bu...
Meet Emma Corrigan, a young woman with a huge heart, an irrepressible spirit, and a few little secrets: Secrets from her boyfriend: I've always thought Connor looks a bit like Ken. As in Barbie and Ken. Secrets from her mother: I lost my virginity in the spare bedroom with Danny Nussbaum while Mum a...
Initial thoughts: Maybe I should've read Can You Keep A Secret? before I've Got Your Number because the latter was published much later in Sophie Kinsella's writing career and was way funnier. A lot of the times I wanted to smack the protagonist's head because she was so incredibly naive and shallow...