Tuesday's Child by Louise Bagshawe
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Tuesday's Child is a story about a tomboyish girl who doesn't realise she is in love with her best friend and flatmate - until he becomes engaged and she has to leave the flat.
Tuesday’s Child is written with a sort of Bridget Jones, style of prose. This is quite different to the style of some of her other books - such as Career Girl. No matter what style of writing, her books are always impertinent, sexy and fun. However, this is perhaps not her best book. Tuesday's Child is a happy book, fun to read, but unfortunately rather predictable.
On the plus side, the character of Lucy is well drawn, and it is certainly a good beach-read. I recommend Bagshawe to readers who want the feel-good factor.
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