Happiness Sold Separately (2020)

Happiness Sold Separately Libby Street Happiness Sold Separately Dream boyfriend not included When she moved to New York Ryan Hadley imagined living the big city sitcom kind of life with all the trimmings great apartment dream job and a swept off your feet how
  • Title: Happiness Sold Separately
  • Author: Libby Street
  • ISBN: 9780743499231
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
Happiness Sold Separately Libby Street Dream boyfriend not included When she moved to New York, Ryan Hadley imagined living the big city sitcom kind of life with all the trimmings great apartment, dream job, and a swept off your feet, how awesome is this guy love Of course, her real life is only so so not outstanding, nor bad enough to require medication Ryan spends her days at a dreary data entry job wDream boyfriend not included When she moved to New York, Ryan Hadley imagined living the big city sitcom kind of life with all the trimmings great apartment, dream job, and a swept off your feet, how awesome is this guy love Of course, her real life is only so so not outstanding, nor bad enough to require medication Ryan spends her days at a dreary data entry job with wannabe rocker Will, nights at her favorite dive bar with pals Audrey and Veronica, and her spare time daydreaming about the ideal but sadly, fictional man if only Mark Darcy wasn t claimed by Bridget Jones Some assembly required But two promotions and a record deal later, Ryan s three closest friends are suddenly moving on up while Ryan seems to be treading water Then Charlie, her college ex and super hottie, appears out of the blue with a success story of his own and than a little baggage in tow In a New York minute, Ryan realizes that one doesn t live off a maxed out credit card and a year s supply of squashed Ho Ho s without learning a few important life lessons She s ready to squeeze a five year plan for success into just a few crazy months After all, why be a big city girl if you re not going to dream big and reach for the stars
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  1. Jane

    I consider myself a chick lit genre connoiseur of sorts and this book took it to another level for me.An honest one For once, the heroine is flawed, confused and boys are on the bottom of that list This writing duo brought a great fresh face that is about self empowerment and courage than getting the boy.I adore this book It s something I have on my shelf as a reminder that the art of trying new things and fulfilling your dreams is the step in the right direction towards relationship fulfillmen [...]

  2. Sx

    Reading this felt like reading a reflection of my own thoughts in a fictional world Two characters on two extreme end of the career spectrum meet again after breaking up in high school There is Ryan Hadley, who doesn t seem to know what she wants in life and feels lost when she sees her friends moving up the corporate ladder, leaving her behind stuck in no man s land and there is Charlie, who was so absorbed in his ambitions he left what he once was behind Together, they rediscover their dreams, [...]

  3. Eric Klee

    Happiness Sold Separately is pure, unapologetic chick lit There s not much depth to the story, and the main character is likableif she weren t so stupid and pathetic In college, she meets a good, dropdead gorgeous guy with real life goals who only has eyes for her He pays attention to her at parties and, when offered his dream job in L.A he wants her to come along, where he ll support her until she can find employment She declines Instead, she now she hangs with her two best friends in NYC, stuc [...]

  4. george

    Ryan thinks that her life is pretty average until her three closest friends suddenly experience great things and she instantly feels left out and adrift Quarter life crisis She is in a dead end job and doesn t know what she wants to do aside from becoming queen of a small island nation Then there s that pesky business of her ex boyfriend suddenly reappearing in her life and not going away anytime soon Ryan is confused, but she makes a plan to completely change her life and she ll follow it no ma [...]

  5. Jenna

    I thought this book was really cute The only problem that I had is that the women who wrote the book set out to write a book that didn t necessarily have a cliched ending but a real ending I think the ending was a little cliched I mean everything comes together and works out perfectly for her in the end The guy is perfect and willing to help her achieve all her life s goals It just seems like all the problems are solved and wrapped up in a pretty bow by the end when a real ending wouldn t have b [...]

  6. Jordan Thurman

    This book has to be one of the most brilliantly written books I have ever read I m not one to pay attention to the writing style much in books, but I found so much joy in how this story was presented It was a delight to read and I often found myself laughing out loud The main character, Ryan, is so easy to relate to and it is so easy to find yourself cheering for her because of that I think this book also has a great message about not letting fear stop you from experiencing a beautiful life.

  7. Mandy

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book I loved the characters It was funny, it was sad, it was entertaining and compelling, though low key and, I suppose you could say, fairly lightweight It helped me understand aging, how a good person cheats, the dynamics in marriage, and other stuff It made me reflect quite a bit about my own marriage I realize this review is the equivalent of a first grader s book report, but it s this or nothing for now I highly recommend it to you, or to myself a bit down the road [...]

  8. Kristen

    Funny, my best friend and I read this book at the same time, and each of us thought the other was Ryan the main character Ryan is the lovable bumbling friend that every has but no one thinks they are This is a quick fun read, with good characters and great friendships I loved it even when I found out the book was written over email by two best friends Read it and get a copy for your best friend.

  9. Karschtl

    berraschenderweise doch ein ganz netter Roman Normalerweise gleiten amerikanische Chick Lits viel zu schnell in schn de Romances ab und ich bevorzuge eher britische Chick Lits Aber dieser hier ist durchaus sehr lesenswert mit liebenswerten Charakteren und einer unterhaltsamen Story Nur das Ende kam dann zu schnell und ohne Umschweife aber die wurden ja vorher schon gemacht.

  10. Ashley

    A very fun lighthearted read The characters and subject matter are very relatable Who hasn t felt like everyone around them seemed to be moving on and up with life while you are just stuck Some parts in the end seemed a bit out there, but I guess when you are a young 20 something living in NY anything can happen.

  11. Kiara

    I thought this book was totally work it It might seem a little generic to some people it did to me at first but once you dive in, I found myself captivated and enjoying the main characters journey from the bottom to the top It was witty, spunky and fun with romance, which never hurt anyone I really loved it In fact, I consider it one of my fave s ever So, yes Definitely read it.

  12. Christine

    This book was one of my least favoriteever It s about a girl, who gave up an apparently great guy, and then her life went to crap Then the book goes along with no apparent direction Then at the end she ends up back with the guy after a lot of stupid drama and OMG life is perfect because she has a boyfriend Seriously, it really irritated me.

  13. Karin

    Very Sex and the City ish, without the sex Totally light and predictable 20 somethings living in New York City trying to have the dream career and dream man at the same time Very very light readingrdering on Young Adult reading.

  14. Jen

    This is one of the few chick lit books I ve enjoyed It s upbeat, fresh, has NYC as a backdrop and characters which are extremely relatable It reminded me of Sex and the city but with a younger cast and different backdrop A fun read.

  15. Sarah

    I got this book thinking it was a different book with the same title that was talked about on NPR Turns out it s some major chick lit about a girl going through a quarter life crisis And not all that great at that Not bad enough for me to stop reading though.

  16. venus

    June, thanks for the book I just finished it and it was a fun, light, laugh out loud kind of read I needed.

  17. Stacey

    If you re a fan of HBO s Girls you will love Happiness Sold Separately It s Girls without all the nakedness Super cute, quick read.

  18. Jolene Perry

    Such a fun cute read I have no idea what the title has to do with the book but it was a nice book about moving forward and self discovery with a great little love story on the side.

  19. Eden

    I stopped reading this book about a third of the way through The characters were not well fleshed out, and the narrator was so wimpy and whiny I couldn t take her any.

  20. Wendy

    I wasn t sure what to expect from this book I totally loved it though She caught my attention and made me totally laugh Highly recomemd this to all

  21. Sylvia F

    It was very amusing, I liked it a lot It s very predictable but still it was so much fun and very easy to read.

  22. Bev

    This book was a fun read chick lit with humor which is something I enjoy when my brain is fried and I need an escape Loved the references to Mr Darcy could definitely relate.

  23. Pamela

    This book is a good summer read It s a little predictable, but is very funny at times So much so, I caught myself laughing out loud, ha.

  24. Alexis

    Even though it was predictable I thoroughly enjoyed this read Perhaps it just really fit my mood while I was reading it, or perhaps I am just a complete sucker for those happy endings

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