Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Mexican Kimono by Billie Jones Review

Title: Mexican Kimono
Author: Billie Jones
Genre: Women's Fiction
Pages: 185
Price: $5.95
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Mexican Kimono is fast-paced, satirical chick lit by upcoming Australian author, Billie Jones, guaranteed for a laugh or three. Narcissistic Samantha simply can't resist buying the beautiful kimono at auction on a whim. That's what credit cards are for, right? And then the kimono's curse starts taking apart her life, spectacularly and destructively, one hair extension at a time, and Sam's in for a hell of a ride.


This has to be the most addictive book I've read all year. Billie Jones hits a home-run with this debut novel, which is reminiscent of the Bridget Jones series. I read the first 100 pages in one sitting and while the main character is a self-centered witch you want to smack, the story is like a train wreck and you just can't look away as her life falls apart around her. Such a great book. I highly recommend it!

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