Guys, you know I don’t typically read contemporary books because I just find them too everyday-life for me. I need something supernatural in my life (and not just the TV show ;) which I love)! So it’s strange that I would start off 2017 with this book, right? But I just felt like reading this! I love Janette’s other paranormal books (including those under her pen name, C.J. Hill) so I thought I might give this a try and oh my god I am so glad I did because I loved it! It was so much fun! Will I start reading more contemporary books? Hey, don’t push me lol ;) I will probably read all of Janette’s other contemporary books though. That’s a start, right? She is just amazing and I highly recommend this book!
So, Charlotte works at a perfume counter at the mall when she sees her best friend’s boyfriend out in the mall with another girl... flirting with her! Charlotte of course tells Briana what she saw, but does she believe Charlotte? Not after Bryant “explained” himself to Briana. Even Bryant’s best friend Colton, who is in Charlotte’s study group, is telling her that she didn’t see what she thinks she saw. But Charlotte is having none of that. She saw what she saw and is determined to find out the truth. But with Colton (a guy she may or may not be falling for?) trying to stop her and Briana (her best freaking friend) thinking she wants to break them up for no other reason than that Charlotte doesn’t like Bryant, it will be hard for Charlotte. In the end, Charlotte will have to choose between justice and friendship.
It’s A Mall World After All was really freaking good! It was very fun and humorous, and Janette always writes the most sweetest romances ever *swoon* To this day I have not read one of her books that I have not liked (and I’ve read like 6, I think). I loved the interactions between Colton and Charlotte and just all the embarassing (but humorous) situations Charlotte got herself into, and all because of her fierce loyalty. I just found myself really relating to Charlotte! For example:
It was just a perfect book all around! I highly recommend it and any of Janette’s other books!
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Have you read this book? If so, what did you think about it? If not, what do you think? Does it sound like something you might want to read? Leave me a link to your review or comment below! :)