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My Favorite Chick-Lit Books

I absolutely love chick-lit books. I love to just snuggle up with a cup of coffee or tea, and delve into another woman’s, usually hilarious, life. Here are some of my favorites:

Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella


I think that this book, and the series, are going to be on everyones favorite chick-lit books. This book follows Rebecca, and how she is horrible at managing her money. The series follows her life from being a shopaholic, to a wife, and then to becoming a mommy. This series is funny, witty and just the right amount of romance and love.

The Nanny Diaries by Emma McLaughlin


This is your typical under-appreciated nanny book. It’s funny, sweet, and it has cute kids and cute boys in it so you can’t really go wrong.

Love Walked In by Maria de Los Santos


This was one of my favorite books when I read it many years ago, it’s a sweet love story, but in an unexpected way. The love story continues on in another book called Belong To Me. (I think I might go to my library to find these books again, they are so sweet).

Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella


Yep, another Sophie Kinsella book. What can I say, she’s good at chick-lit. This is a book about how a young woman loses her memory, and how she has to decide whether it’s okay to have the life she has now. Very good read.

Good In Bed by Jennifer Weiner


The first time that I read this, I don’t think I should have been reading it. I was far too young, but this is a story about a not-stick-thin woman who writes a sex column. So funny.

Bookends by Jane Green


I think this is the first Jane Green book I ever read, the main characters are best friends, who reunite with an old college bombshell. Hilarity ensues and love is found.

What are some of your favorite chick-lit books? I am definitely up for any suggestions!


9 thoughts on “My Favorite Chick-Lit Books”

    1. Where does the phrase ‘chick-lit’ come from?

      I am not really sure what the phrase means.

      Does it cover literature for which there is an assumption that it would only appeal to women, or does it refer to literature written by women?

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    2. I thought it was so funny. I love the types of books about getting yourself in really weird situations, like how the mother of the child Nan watches is completely off her rocker. I think it’s a bit exaggerated, but it’s still funny. Also, I love a book that showcases a love between a child and a friend, theres just something so sweet about that interaction. I watched the movie before I read the book, so I had some idea what I was getting myself into, I want to read it again, and also the sequel The Nanny Returns!

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  1. I rarely read chick lits because they always remind me of romantic comedy movies so I’d rather watch about them than read them. But oh my goodness, Confessions of a Shopaholic was hilarious!


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