Right now, the above seem pretty unrealistic to me, but apart from that you can really relate to the main character Angela. The book flows with such ease and I thoroughly enjoyed each and every page. One of the best things about the book are the characters. The way they are described and the dialogue they use really paints a picture in your mind and I felt as if I knew each character.
Although this book isn't a complex read and the story is one where you could maybe work out the ending, I think it's great. Lindsay Kelk has a unique way of writing; the story was funny, serious and even sad at some points but you always felt involved. I think that Angela begins to lead a life that many girls want (especially as she becomes a blogger for a big time magazine!) and I feel like this is one of the major attractions of the book. It is so easy to get immersed in the book and picture yourself as the main character and I think this is hard thing for authors to create.
I finished this book within a few days of buying it, and have already moved on to the second! The review of this will probably be up next Sunday if it's as good/better than the first! I'd 100% recommend this book, it's fun, flirty and will probably make you a little bit jealous.
Has anyone else read I Heart New York? What did you think? Thank you for reading!