Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married Read Online Free - What happens when a psychic tells Lucy that she'll be getting married within the year? Her roommates panic! What is going to happen to their blissful existence of eating take-out, drinking too much wine, bringing men home, and never vacuuming?
Lucy reassures her friends that she's far too busy arguing with her mother and taking care of her irresponsible father to get married. And then there's the small matter of not even having a boyfriend.
But then Lucy meets gorgeous, unreliable Gus. Could he be the future Mr. Lucy Sullivan? Or could it be handsome Chuck? Or Daniel, the world's biggest flirt? Or even cute Jed, the new guy at work?
Maybe her friends have something to worry about after all....
|Title||:||Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married|
|Number of Pages||:||640 pages|
June 25, 2010
Delicious. I can’t think of any other word to use other than delicious.
Before this book, I would have declared myself a hardcore chick-lit fan. I can rattle of a list of writers from both the US and the UK. I can take pictures of my shelves showing rows and rows of chick-lit novels. I can preach...
June 03, 2011
Keyes' 2nd book, I think and after reading this one, I definitely do NOT want to read her first book. This book was horrible. I hated the protag so much I just wanted to reach in and strangle her. I hate women like this so so so much.
Lucy and her co-workers go to a psychic after work on day and s...
May 27, 2015
Although I'm not really fond of chick-lit, and this book was predictable, I loved it!
Sure, I HATED HATED HATED, (did I say hated?) some characters (Karen and Gus), but even they seemed normal, real, people we've all dealt with at one time or another.
Some would say Lucy's character is w...
April 08, 2010
There is a fine line between making a character lovably neurotic and making them unbearable and impossible to empathize with. This book falls into the latter category.
December 25, 2012
First, a confession – a confession which will, conceivably, invalidate my entire review. I hate chick lit. There, I’ve said it. I avoid pink covers like the plague. I’m a chick, and I like lit, but the genre commonly known as ‘chick lit’ – can’t stand it. I find it patronising. Men, shopping and...
November 08, 2009
I liked this book…I really did. 740-pages strong, it had a right blend of eccentricities, romance, predictability and enough icky-moments to keep me hooked.
Lucy Sullivan is a typical Londoner. Twenty-six years old, she is burdened with a dysfunctional family, a dead-end job, an anal-retentive bo...
August 13, 2012
We are not amused. After I got into the story a bit, it was not funny, but sickening. The leading character, Lucy, has so many problems and issues, and is completely out of touch with reality. She treats in the worst possible manner only those who really care for her, at the same time being every...
June 13, 2017
This book has gotten a bad rap in the reviews on here, but I really liked it. Yes, I knew who the mystery man groom to be was going to be very early on, but who cares. Krystal, I agree that watching her develop (my only beef was that she was 26 and it seemed like this development should have happ...
January 29, 2015
So far this is my least favorite Marian Keyes novel. I've even stopped partway through to read Rachel's Holiday and Conversations with the Fat Girl and felt somewhat reluctant to continue reading it. I finally did finish it though, just to see if it at some point would have a redeeming quality. F...
October 30, 2009
I know, I know, it's total chick lit and maybe I should go easy on it...but nah. That said, there were a few things about this book I liked. First of all, it made me laugh out loud a few times. However, now that I know Keyes is capable of hilarity, I would have liked it to happen more often, sinc...