Title:Don't Quote Me
Publisher:Charlie Kramer (January 21st, 2011)
Source:Received for review
Don’t Quote Me is Claire Montgomery’s story. It’s all about the movie stars of the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s.
London’s hottest fashion photographer, Claire Montgomery has a problem. Several actually. One: she remembers every event in her life by the shoes she is wearing at the time. Two: she has rules around dating. Three: her belief in monogamy stops her from marrying and four: her little hot pink book is literally on fire.
Claire’s a fun loving flirt who lives life by her own rules. She does it with style, in her vintage clothes and her over stuffed shoe closet, the only accessories she needs. Oh and of course she absolutely cannot do without quotes from the movie stars. Think Audrey Hepburn, Lauren Bacall, Mae West and you’re on the right track.
Greek shipping tycoon, Sebastian Gionis has been announced as a candidate for Chic Magazines, Man of the Year. He’s good with business, not so good at relationships. He’s aloof and his physical presence has Claire’s heart doing its own kind of rumba. In her eyes he makes Rock Hudson and James Dean seem decidedly insignificant.
Sebastian’s appearance shakes up Claire’s life and lands her in therapy before she can hit the road on the way to love.
Don't Quote Me was such a chick book, I loved it!
Claire was like many girls in the big city, they love what they do and they'd do whatever to get what they want! Claire just wants to have fun, enter her book of men. In this nifty book, lists men of which she enjoyed and wants to enjoy. Claire's boyfriend is a bore, and she just keeps him around for no reason. Claire loves her job, she's a photographer! When Claire meet's her next model, boy does her heart squeeze.
Sebastian is Greek and my oh my is he tempting. Claire must have him! Even if she doesn't really have any room in that nifty book of hers. Her boss gives her advice and Claire takes them, to a certain extent. Claire just wants to have fun, and Sebastian certainly has fun written all over him. So Claire does what any normal girl would do, she flirts to the maximum.
Don't Quote Me had plenty of amazing quotes. Not to mention some from Claire herself! If you're looking for a chick romantic book, then Don't Quote Me is the book for you! Funny, witty, and full of amazing women and men was what this book had and was certainly enjoyable. I can not wait for the next book in the series!