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When her best friend Gywn yells at her to get things done because she's the bride and everybody needs to listen to the bride (Basically Gywn just scares the fuck out of her), Vic just stands there and goes like, "Yeah. She's especially hard on Vic, who keeps yelling orders at her to go stalk her supposedly-cheating fiance and Victoria, being the spineless person she is, just does it. I don't know how many times the author writes the sentence, "I love Gywn but..." It annoys the hell out of me. The only thing I liked about this book is that I like the idea of 'wingwoman'. I'm kind of excited, the opening promises some situation humor, kinda the slapstick thing I'm into for some laughs, and the writing seems to be on point... The authors "talk" is babyish and a little off putting. Actually, I think Twilight was better-written and far more mature.The romance development was not enough, and I don't see why Patrick and Victoria should even be together at all. It's a different concept of work and if this job was real, I would totally go for it. I mean she can't just curse like a normal person, she says "shitty"..upon her character first waking up..."oh, shitty, what have I done" or just taking a walk and realizing some forgotten thing, "shitty"...whats with the inability to curse like a no I'm kind of excited, the opening promises some situation humor, kinda the slapstick thing I'm into for some laughs, and the writing seems to be on point... The authors "talk" is babyish and a little off putting. I do enjoy the Chick-Lit genre from time to time, especially in the summer when it's so hot that I feel like my eyes are evaporating. The protagonist, Victoria Hart (who's also the narrator) is a 20-something woman living in the city, scared of growing up and getting married while her friends seem to do just that. With the exception of Twilight, I have never read a contemporary novel written by a woman that was more insulting to women than this.

Favorite part:"I stagger over to the brunette, much more focused this time. Well, as prepared as I can be after four or five appletinis. All in all, I did not enjoy this at all, but a lot of people seem to have given it 5 stars, so maybe I'm missing something. I wouldn't exactly call it original, often times it reminded me of Shopaholic- the main character is kind of flighty, shops inappropriately and racks up a ridiculous credit card bill.Sometimes Flying Solo Means You Just Have to Wing Itsin•gle•ti•ni: A curious type of female typically found living in urban settings; possessing an unusual, some would say deathly, fear of growing up and getting married. She’s sassy, sparkling, and taking the Chicago dating scene by storm as a professional “wingwoman”—a modern-day matchmaker hired to he Sometimes Flying Solo Means You Just Have to Wing Itsin•gle•ti•ni: A curious type of female typically found living in urban settings; possessing an unusual, some would say deathly, fear of growing up and getting married. She’s sassy, sparkling, and taking the Chicago dating scene by storm as a professional “wingwoman”—a modern-day matchmaker hired to help clueless guys find Miss Right. To make matters worse, she somehow agrees to help plan her friend’s swanky wedding, complicated by a never-ending to-do list and a very shady groom. " For example: Vic is about to go to a very important interview her friend got for her. Amanda Trimble's Singletini is the single most vapid work of fiction I have ever had the displeasure of reading.With nights on the town, drinks on the house, and clothes on the credit card, Vic is loving her glam singletini lifestyle. With too many wingwoman gigs, bridezilla demands, and more and more friends eyeing the altar, Vic is starting to feel a little lost, a lot confused, and completely bombarded by love connections. She steps out of the building, all confident and suddenly, No. Words can't explain how annoyed and horrible I felt when I read this book. The main character, an alcoholic named Vic, is as shallow as a cheap plastic kiddie pool.It works out happily ever after for EVERYONE and I find that a little bit hard to believe. she mentions singletini entirely too often, we get the point, its overkill. What grown adult goes around saying "shitty" all th This book was very entertaining and a quick read.I wouldn't exactly call it original, often times it reminded me of Shopaholic- the main character is kind of flighty, shops inappropriately and racks up a ridiculous credit card bill. Overall though it was an easy read and very entertaining, would make for a great beach read. This book had many similarities to the Confessions of a Shopaholic book - bad shopping tendencies, procrastination, not focusing on self, etc.

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