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Gs definitely look up when she finds a great boss to work for and her best friend Stacy moves to the city too But alarm bells ring as Sam seems to be getting a bit too cozy with his boss And when things start going wrong at work Hannah can't help but wonder if she's made the biggest mistake of her li. The title and the cover art were both creative and pretty Sadly those are the only two things I liked about this book Ultimately this was not my kind of book in any way and I have no interest in other offerings from GormanThe protagonist is a whiny needy jealous insecure immature bumbling idiot She rambles on and on for pages about being alone in the city when she was supposed to be there with her boyfriend who's a workaholic and doesn't visit as often as she needs him to So she wanders aimlessly second guessing her choice to move to Hong Kong likely irritating locals with her poor communication skills language barrier notwithstanding If I were her boyfriend I wouldn't have put up with her for a second She's pathetic Who wants a clingy woman who has no self confidence and ruins all the time you spend together by doubting being snarky and nagging Some of the writing was witty but there was no real action in this book until much too far into itSpoilerOf course your boyfriend is going to see other women when you act like you want to break up with him and then verbally AGREE to it I wanted so badly for her to find some spine and go after what she wanted She just whined in her head and acted like a wallflower A little self confidence would have worked wonders for this headache inducing protagonist

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Librarian note alternate cover edition of B00I6GE074Would you move 6000 miles to be with the love of your life Hannah did Unfortunately her plan isn't going terribly well What was supposed to be a move to Hong Kong to start a wonderful new life with Sam is turning into a move to Hong Kong to spend oc. For of my reviews httpravenous reader book reviewsblogspotcomI think there are times in our adult grown up lives where we don't want to remember that we had ever been desperately in love like with someone who didn't like love us back as much I really think like hurts a little than love sometimes because once you get over the fact that he never really liked you as much as you loved him that you realize it never was love at all Then when you do find true real love you realize how dumb you were and kick yourself in the rump for wasting time on such a loser in the first place But was it really a waste of time Maybe not Life starts out being a series of lessons some painful than others some harder to learn than other but lessons that end up benefiting us whether we want it to at the time or not Reflection certainly has given me lessons that I learned a long time ago that I use todayMisfortune Cookie was a book about life's lessons Hannah being the perfect poster child for me to get back into dart throwing was the young lady who really needed to learn some life lessons I will admit that while I could totally relate to many of her feelings and irrationalities I didn't like her until toward the end of the book and I fell in love with her because she finally grew upI love that Misfortune Cookie was set in Hong Kong Gorman painted me the perfect picture of what life was like for Hannah after moving from London to Hong Kong to follow a boy I had a feel for what a city I honestly know nothing about was like to live in and there was even a little bit of history set into her book Hannah was real She could be any young woman who falls hard for a guy She had the same feelings the same worries the same fears and made the same silly decisions Gorman did an excellent job of bringing a character to life someone that most of us can relate to in some way and she tied her up nicely and neatly with a bow into an enjoyable book that kept me entertained this past weekWhen I start any book to review I stay away from Goodreads and usually the author's blog or website because I don't want to know anything about what anyone else thinks of the books I'm reading until after I read them I think this is fair to myself and very fair to the author because even though I'm not easily influenced by what other people think I want to give each book the most fair review that I can This may not be the best idea especially when it comes to the author's website or blog In preparing for this blog post I found out that Misfortune Cookie is a seuelMisfortune Cookie is a seuel to a book called Single in the City So for those of ya'll who are going to get this book today why don't you go ahead and pick up both books You won't be disappointed by Gorman's writing style and you'll get to enjoy some of Hanna's crazy and exciting life A Shooting Star reviews httpravenous Sheik Daddy reader book Daddy's Little Matchmaker reviewsblogspotcomI think there are times in our adult grown up lives where we don't want to Cooking Up Trouble / Kiss the Cook remember that we had ever been desperately in love like with someone who didn't like love us back as much I The Daddy Surprise really think like hurts a little than love sometimes because once you get over the fact that he never Die Wildrose really liked you as much as you loved him that you Criminal Deception realize it never was love at all Then when you do find true The Renegade Cowboy Returns (Callahan Cowboys, real love you A Very Tudor Christmas realize how dumb you were and kick yourself in the Christmastime Courtship rump for wasting time on such a loser in the first place But was it Red Shoes and a Diary really a waste of time Maybe not Life starts out being a series of lessons some painful than others some harder to learn than other but lessons that end up benefiting us whether we want it to at the time or not Reflection certainly has given me lessons that I learned a long time ago that I use todayMisfortune Cookie was a book about life's lessons Hannah being the perfect poster child for me to get back into dart throwing was the young lady who In a Glance really needed to learn some life lessons I will admit that while I could totally Dangerous Disguise relate to many of her feelings and irrationalities I didn't like her until toward the end of the book and I fell in love with her because she finally grew upI love that Misfortune Cookie was set in Hong Kong Gorman painted me the perfect picture of what life was like for Hannah after moving from London to Hong Kong to follow a boy I had a feel for what a city I honestly know nothing about was like to live in and there was even a little bit of history set into her book Hannah was Their Unexpected Love real She could be any young woman who falls hard for a guy She had the same feelings the same worries the same fears and made the same silly decisions Gorman did an excellent job of bringing a character to life someone that most of us can Romancing the Rancher relate to in some way and she tied her up nicely and neatly with a bow into an enjoyable book that kept me entertained this past weekWhen I start any book to Redeeming Gabriel review I stay away from Goodreads and usually the author's blog or website because I don't want to know anything about what anyone else thinks of the books I'm Firefly Summer reading until after I Dangerous Curves read them I think this is fair to myself and very fair to the author because even though I'm not easily influenced by what other people think I want to give each book the most fair Dangerous Memories review that I can This may not be the best idea especially when it comes to the author's website or blog In preparing for this blog post I found out that Misfortune Cookie is a seuelMisfortune Cookie is a seuel to a book called Single in the City So for those of ya'll who are going to get this book today why don't you go ahead and pick up both books You won't be disappointed by Gorman's writing style and you'll get to enjoy some of Hanna's crazy and exciting life

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Casional weekends with Sam when he can get away from an unanticipated work assignment on the opposite side of the South China Sea Still she's optimistic if woefully unprepared for the intricacies of Hong Kong Stumbling through the alien city which she loves she starts to build a life for herself Thin. Misfortune Cookie the follow up novel of Single in the City by Michele Gorman and I actually liked it better than the first Once again we become BFF’s with Hannah who decides to take a second leap of fate and move from London to Hong Kong to be with boyfriend Sam It’s a fortune cookie that helped her make the decision Following your heart will pay off in the near future Hannah is thrilled that her own best friend Stacy is also making the move with her Hannah manages to secure a job in fashion that she loves with a totally cool boss despite the little issue of her not having a work permit She and Stacy make uick friends and Hannah is blissfully happy with Sam Kind of At least when he’s not constantly traveling for his job and possibly cheating on her with a co worker Sam wouldn’t do that to her would he He wanted her to move with him to Hong Kong – but he doesn’t seem to be making any sort of commitment to Hannah Did she really get this wrong Did she move to Hong Kong only to fail at her relationship I had such a fun time reading Misfortune Cookie It was great to catch up with Hannah again and she is such a fun heroine Enthusiastic about life not afraid to take a chance and always with a great attitude The story moved along uickly and actually finished this book in a day The ending kind of had me like “wait what” but I can tell it’s definitely set up for a next book so I understand the cliff hanger There was just one little thing that I want to point out – the use of characters calling Hannah “Han” It just happened a lot I think half of them could have been cut out But I think this book should go on your to read list Even if you haven’t read the first I think readers would still enjoy it but I also suggest checking out Single in the City as well I’ll look forward to the next installment A Cowboy Summer really get this wrong Did she move to Hong Kong only to fail at her Showdown with the Sheriff relationship I had such a fun time The Conqueror's Lady / The Mercenary's Bride / His Enemy's Daughter reading Misfortune Cookie It was great to catch up with Hannah again and she is such a fun heroine Enthusiastic about life not afraid to take a chance and always with a great attitude The story moved along uickly and actually finished this book in a day The ending kind of had me like “wait what” but I can tell it’s definitely set up for a next book so I understand the cliff hanger There was just one little thing that I want to point out – the use of characters calling Hannah “Han” It just happened a lot I think half of them could have been cut out But I think this book should go on your to Cowboy Smith read list Even if you haven’t Cries in the Night read the first I think Justice at Cardwell Ranch readers would still enjoy it but I also suggest checking out Single in the City as well I’ll look forward to the next installment

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