Tuesday, 24 January 2012

The Good Girl's Guide to Bad Men

The Good Girl’s Guide to Bad Men
By: Jessica Brody

Outer back cover: Jennifer Hunter can supply the ultimate test. She runs a company which specialises in conducting fidelity inspections for those who suspect their loved ones may be cheating.
An expert on men, Jennifer can usually tell if they’re single, married or lying… Unfortunately, her new boyfriend, Jamie, is one of the few men that she’s never been able to “read”. Has she finally found the perfect man or is he too good to be true?

This book was almost painful reading. There was so little trust between the people in it, so much drama, paranoia… It was a bit much to be honest, but with a book about cheating spouses I guess you can’t really expect much more. The way the main character Jennifer acted on occasion was just stupid really. Saying that though the book was also kind of intriguing and I wanted to find out what happened to everybody.

Although I think Jennifer was a bit over the top paranoid, part of me did enjoy reading her thoughts on marriage.

It’s an okay book, not too bad, but not really good either. Apparently it’s the second one about Jennifer Hunter, and I do think it would be interesting reading the first one just to find out how it all started. But I didn’t feel like I was missing any information or anything like that, the book is fine on it’s own.

I left this book at Cambridge Hotel Backpackers in Newcastle so that another traveller can read it and maybe enjoy it.

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