Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Review - Fifteen Minutes of Shame by Lisa Daily

Fifteen Minutes of Shame
Lisa Daily
ISBN # 978-0452289130

"What happens when America’s favorite dating expert finds out on national television that her husband is cheating on her? Darby Vaughn’s fifteen minutes of fame quickly becomes fifteen minutes of shame when the story of her divorce is splashed across supermarket tabloids. If Darby takes her philandering husband back, her career will be over. If she doesn’t, she’ll lose the only man she’s ever loved. As she rebuilds her life with help from her girlfriends, Darby has to make some tough choices, but she stays true to her heart every step of the way."

Darby Vaughn is the unluckiest woman I've ever read about. Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong it seems, at least regarding Darby's life. Fifteen Minutes of Shame is a book that I couldn't put down, because I had to know what was going to happen next. This book is one mortifying experience after another for Darby, but she hangs in until the not-so-bitter end.
(March 25, 2008, pp 304, $14.00)

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