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March 11, 2014

Pretty in Ink {Lindsey Palmer}

Pretty in Ink
I was provided a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review

This book had its pros and cons, but overall I enjoyed the story and getting to know the characters. The book begins with the Editor-in-Chief of a magazine getting fired. From there we see the dynamics of the office as a new editor-in-chief comes in and proceeds to do things her way.

Each chapter of this book is told from a different character's viewpoint. I'll be honest - I don't typically read the titles of chapters, so I was really confused at first. Also, in the beginning of the book the characters are so disconnected from each other that it is easy to lose focus on the entire story.

But eventually all the characters come together and you begin to see the big picture of the story that is being told. At this point you really begin to relate to each of them and get interested in how the story is going to turn out.

I enjoyed this book and really appreciated the way the author ended this story. I'm glad I got a chance to give this book a try and look forward to more titles from this author.

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