It occurs to me only now that I haven’t yet plugged this book here, when this is supposed to be my main blog. 🙂 So, I’m posting this again, in case you missed it in the other blogs I posted it in.
BUY THIS BOOK!
Ignore the fact that I am a biased plugger as the author of this book is my sister.
Instead, please note that I’ve also been following the Chick Lit scene in the Philippines and have so far not read anything that is remotely close to the kind of writing this book has. Meaning, so far, this is the best local Chick Lit book ever published in the Philippines, so you have to buy it and read it.
And no, that’s not my biased opinion (although you would probably think that it is no matter what I say). Just see for yourself.
It’s available in National Bookstores (hopefully nationwide), and I also found out recently (just today, in fact) that it’s available in Filbars too. (And if you know any other bookstore that carries it, I hope you let me know so I can plug it some more hehehe. 😉 ) Enjoy!!
Summary: How long is five days? Sometimes longer. Especially when you’ve been conned into being someone’s boyfriend, like Chris. He has never really been one for spontaneity. Managing his father’s resort in the remote outskirts of Puerto Princesa is not exactly the most eventful job in the world.
Until Mia Garcia checks in. Mia is from Manila – impulsive, unstable, mildly neurotic-hardly Chris’ type. But when she asks him to pretend to be her boyfriend for exactly five days – no more, no less, no strings attached – Chris rationalizes… Five days. What’s the worst thing that can happen, right?
It’s also available online via the publisher: PSICOM Publishing