Persuading Annie - Melissa Nathan I can't remember the last time I laughed so hard over a book. Or maybe because I've been feeding myself with emotionally draining stories more than I should, this one is indeed a welcome change. It has been a while since I last read chick flick. While I don't particularly love chick flick, this one was worth the energy, the time, yadda yadda. You get the drill. If you need to de-stress or read something light for a chance, then read Persuading Annie.

One thing that bugged me though, I feel Annie and Jake are underdeveloped when they are supposed to be the main characters of the story.Instead, the attention unnecessarily goes to Victoria and Charles. I'd like to know more of what happened to Annie and Jake after their break up. By the end of book, I felt rushed and everything fell into place way too quickly. Like Melissa has ran up the pages number and needed to quickly fold the story and hence the ending.

But it was good nonetheless. Annie and Cass are so hilarious!