Finding It

  • Title: Finding It
  • Author: Leah Marie Brown
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  • Page: 252
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Finding It Falling in love is the ultimate faux pas Anything can happen in a year Unemployed homeless and left at the altar Vivia Perpetua Grant could see her future as a flannel pajama wearing spinster or wo
    Falling in love is the ultimate faux pas.Anything can happen in a year Unemployed, homeless, and left at the altar, Vivia Perpetua Grant could see her future as a flannel pajama wearing spinster or worse, a bag lady shuffling around Golden Gate Park But for a girl obsessed with rock music, Chinese take out, and the color pink, misfortune is another word for opportunity.Falling in love is the ultimate faux pas.Anything can happen in a year Unemployed, homeless, and left at the altar, Vivia Perpetua Grant could see her future as a flannel pajama wearing spinster or worse, a bag lady shuffling around Golden Gate Park But for a girl obsessed with rock music, Chinese take out, and the color pink, misfortune is another word for opportunity Vivia has found her niche as an international travel writer and the long distance lover of Jean Luc de Caumont, an ber hot French literature professor and competitive cyclist.Still, even with so much going right, Vivia can t help but wonder if something isn t missing The long distance thing is taking its toll on a girl who didn t have that many tokens to begin with And fate seems to be tempting her at every turn, first with a hunky Scottish helicopter pilot, and then with a British celebrity bad boy Will Vivia continue to keep it real or will she discover some old habits die hard

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      Published :2019-06-11T23:27:26+00:00

    About Leah Marie Brown


    1. I am an American writer with a penchant for Paris and all things pink Before writing novels, I worked as a print journalist for a Pulitzer prize winning newspaper and served in the United States Air Force as a Radio and Television Broadcaster An avid traveler, I have had adventures and mishaps from London to Tokyo, which I write about on my blog, On Life, Love Accidental Adventures, and in my contemporary romantic series, The It Girls.I was once a collector of truly useless bric a brac and cheesy tee shirts My cheesiest A tee with a cartoon Jesus riding a surf board and the words, And on the eighth day, Jesus went surfing in Greece Today, I prefer to gather friendships and memories as travel souvenirs I live in the shadow of Pike s Peak Mountain, near Colorado Springs, with my family and shamefully pampered poodles.In my free time, I like to watch movies, read, and snap photographs You can view my photography by clicking on the Adventures tab above or by following me on Instagram.I love to hear from readers, so send me a note Or connect with me on Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Leah Marie


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    1. 3.5 Adventurous Stars*ARC graciously provided in exchange for an honest review*Vivia strikes again! This girls life is never boring! She manages to mingle and meet the rich and famous with no problem. The story takes place in England where she rubs shoulders with the posh and elite in society. This story was cute and it could be a standalone, but it's better read if you've read part one.There were a lot of pop culture references (some of the characters too closely resembled real life celebrities [...]

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    2. Last week I read Faking It, the first book in this series and adored it! This book picks up a year after the first one ends and again (much to my delight) focuses on Vivia. I seriously love her, she was even more outrageous and fun in this book than the last and she just cracks me up! She’s the type of character that you wish was real because you know a night out with her would be amazingly fun and totally unforgettable. I liked that’s she grown and matured since the first book, but her tran [...]

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    3. Review also found at kristineandterri/2** I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. The expected publication date is September 29th, 2015** This is the second book in the IT Girls series and I was lucky enough to read the first story Faking It (review found here) and I loved it so I was really looking forward to this story to see where Vivia's adventures will take her next. The first book was absolutely hilarious so I was anxious [...]

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    4. This is one of my favorite romcom series, and the perfect read for brightening your day!Vivia Perpetua Grant has had an interesting year. After her fiancé left her for one little lie about being a virgin, a sushi roll tattoo procured with a mega star, developing a following doing what she loves (travel writing)and meeting French professor Jean-Luc Caumont, Vivia is questioning whether a long distance relationship with Luc is even worth it. When one little non-Luc kiss makes the twitterverse rou [...]

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    5. I loved Vivia Grant in Faking It. Finding It is even better. Brown has crafted a laugh out loud book with so much heart, you can't help but tear up at times. Think Stephanie Plum without the mystery but a whole lot more reality and a love story with actual promise of a potential HEA one day. You feel like you know Vivia. At times you want to BE Vivia. I've read a ton of great books this break. Finding It ranks among the best. It's the last book I'll read this year. What a way to end. Humorous, h [...]

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    6. I actually enjoyed this book even more than I did the first in the series, that may be because I had a better idea going in what to expect but in any event I really enjoyed reading this book.Brown writes humor extremely well, I find these books funny and I really enjoy my reading experience when reading them.I do still have a bit of a problem with it seeming like all the attractive men who Vivia meets immediately being attracted to her and none of these men ever seeming to notice her attractive [...]

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    7. Loved It!This is a great book; this is the second book in the It Girls series by Leah Marie Brown. Vivia Grant is unemployed, homeless, and left at the altar. She believes that she has found her calling as an international travel writer. She seems to have issues finding a good man. The long distance relationship with Jean-Luc de Caumont is taking its toll. If you are looking for a great book with many laugh out loud moments then you need to read this book. I am looking forward to the next book b [...]

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    8. Loved the first one in this series (Faking It) so much, I immediately had to turn to this sequel, Finding It. Leah Marie Brown will crack you up with her witty and funny personable writing style. So glad I found this series! Looking forward to more on these characters from this author. Make sure you read Faking It first so you know what's going on. Looking for a great beach read, a fun laugh out loud romp? You've found it in this series with Leah Marie Brown.

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    9. I was kindly given a preview copy of this book through Netgalley, with many thanks to the publisher.There's 2 authors out there that can make me laugh out loud with their stories, Leah Marie Brown has just upped number to 3.I absolutely adored this book and can't wait for book 3 to be out!But before that, I shall run to the store and get book 1 and 2 for my collection!Full review will be up soon: silkereadsandwrites/

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    10. This Book!I can't even. I mean, really. I just finished the book and it is seriously the funniest, most heart-felt, best ever. I loved Vivia in Faking It. I didn't think it was possible to like her more. Wrong. Finding It is incredible. It's over the top craziness, but every step of the way you believe it could be true. I laughed, I cried, I couldn't stop reading.

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    11. "Finding It," by Leah Marie Brown, is the second book in the It Girls series. At times, it's laugh out loud funny but it's also sad and exhausting. Vivia, the main character, is a hot mess and her shenanigans wore me out. There are a lot of hot guys, great friends, movie references, pop culture fluff, and it was a sweet, fun read, overall.

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    12. I was kindly given a preview copy of this book through Netgalley, with many thanks to the publisher.While this book can be read as a stand alone, I would recommend reading the first book in the It Girl series first.This book is humorous and extremely entertaining. A light read to warm up the cold October evenings! Read it, laugh, enjoy!

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    13. it was well written and really funny. I liked it better than faking it. it showed more character and realism in many ways. being able to make fun of one self so openly makes it more enjoyable and approachable. just simply a very good read.

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    14. Great beach readry quick and light.

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    15. This is a funny book. #TrustMe #TrueStory #Biased

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    16. I received a copy of this book for free through NetGalley in return for my honest opinion.The truth is I think I set subconsciously set my hopes too high for this novel. That's not to say that it wasn't a good book and that I didn't like it, I liked, just not nearly as much as I LOVED the first book. And when I say I LOVED the first book, I mean it. It was just the book I was looking for at the time I read it, it was laugh out loud funny, perfect. So, as you can see this book had a lot to live u [...]

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    17. This book should not have worked. It was the second in a series in which I had not read the first. The author seemed to have a "kitchen sink" mentality to plotting, throwing things into the story for the hell of it, and the main character was cringe-worthy in her poor life choices. d yet.I bought the first book before I had finished chapter 5, which should say something about how I enjoyed the book. The main character was endearing in her earnestness and her foot-in-mouth syndrome. And the situa [...]

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    18. I received an ARC from NetGalley and I was pleased to dive in to the traveling world of an American in Europe. Upon rereading my initial review, the language I used may not have actually conveyed what I was thinking. I was quickly torn between two and three stars, simply because I found the story very middle of road for my own tastes. It's not terrible, it's just not for me which is why I disagree with the star rating system to begin with. It has everything you would expect in romcom: love, betr [...]

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    19. Original review at 125pagesI received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Vivia Grant is the type of character I am looking for in a fun chick lit read. Funny, tenacious and slightly neurotic, she exemplifies what makes a good lead. This was the second in a series, but I did not feel lost having not read the first one. The only thing I was missing was the like of her boyfriend as he was barely [...]

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    20. Finding it is the second book in the It Girl series by Leah Marie Brown. I enjoyed the first one immensely and when I saw the second one was out I was very excited. This book was just as good as the first. In fact, I read the whole thing last night. It's not a super long book so it is a quick read. Vivia has come a long way from being left at the alter at the beginning of her first book. The book begins with her at Scotland Yard after being arrested for stalking hottie Prince Harry and takes off [...]

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    21. Loved this book!! So far this one and the first have been a great read. So cute! Although I slightly wish it ended a little differently. I started to root for the Scotsman.

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    22. As far as Chick Lit goes- this is pretty cute. Witty cute writing. Cute characters. Cute girls and guys. Get it, it's cute!

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    23. I read book #2 because I read book #1. This book was ok, at times the main character was annoying. The only time I found myself liking her is when she did something funny. But most of the time she was self destructing

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    24. This was a fun chick lit novel, nothing of any depth, but entertaining.

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