Tuesday, January 31, 2012


Holly's Inbox by Holly Denham

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca 
Pages: 672 
Format: book 
Buy the Book: Amazon  


Goodreads: System alert: Inbox full of scandal, romance, and office hilarity!
Meet Holly Denham. It's her first day as a receptionist at a London investment bank and inexperienced Holly is struggling. How's a working girl supposed to have a love life with a demanding job, crazy friends, a dysfunctional family, and gossipy colleagues? Not to mention that Holly's been keeping a secret from everyone - and the past is about to catch up with her.
An affair with a sexy VP heats things up at the office, but when Holly's first flame (who, she thinks, left her in the lurch) gets a job at the same company, complications abound and Holly's inbox becomes a daily source of drama, laughter and scandal.


Kritters Thoughts:  Can you tell a lot about someone from their email inbox?  I knew this before reading this book, but I know it even more now!  The reader is swept into a story that is filled with unique characters and fun circumstances.  Through emails you meet the main character Holly and her friends and co-workers.  I loved the change in formatting, it was different from the usual novel and was beyond entertaining.


Yes, this book is over 600 pages, but never fear with emails being the format of this book, it breezes by you and you can't believe that you are 200 pages in and already a third of the way through the book.  Some may have some fear in this different formatting but with the subject of emails as headers, there is some distinction between each conversation and it gets so good that it is hard to put it down.


For your ultimate chick lit reader, this is a perfect book to swap among friends, even better for those readers that are in the work force who may enjoy the work humor a little more!


Rating:  absolutely loved it and want a sequel 
(need to get it in this case)


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