Daring Chloe book review
By: Laura Jensen Walker
2008; 336 pages
The only reason I read this book in the first place was because I got it for free for my Kindle.
I must say that I was pleasantly surprised. The writing isn't really much to write about. In fact, it read a little "young adult" to me (more so than "The Luxe" which is categorized as YA).
The story was nonetheless fun to read, though predictable and juvenile.
After being left at the altar (basically) Chloe decides that she needs to make some changes in her life - including becoming more daring and taking "risks" such as camping.
The members of her all women book club (The Paperback Girls, later naming themselves The Getaway Girls) help her through it.
Maybe I liked it so much because part of it took place in Europe. Maybe I liked it because I'd already read most of the books they talk about. Maybe I'm just a kid at heart and that's why I liked it.
While there are (right now) 2 other books in the series, I don't think I'll be reading those anytime soon. Unless, of course, they show up for free as well.