Books by Elizabeth Young

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Making Mischief

Making Mischief is rather inaccurately titled. Its cover shows a young woman drawing on a photo of an attractive man with lipstick. The implication is that she's deliberately (and sexily) making him a laughingstock. And it was likely this implication which kept the book sitting in my TBR pile for ...

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A Girl's Best Friend

I was very happy to get the opportunity to review A Girl's Best Friend because I so enjoyed Young's last book, A Promising Man (and About Time, Too). While Young's books aren't exactly a break from the Chick Lit mold, she writes about heroines you can empathize with, friends you'd like to spend time ...

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A Promising Man (and About Time, Too)

This being my first venture into the world of Chick Lit, I have to say, I may be hooked. The refreshingly real, down-to-earth characters in this book just won my heart, and the plot, which sometimes seemed meandering and other times predictable, managed to throw me a few curves that I never saw comi ...