I am a massive fan of The Devil Wears Prada, so when the squeal came out I was hesitant about reading it. If it didn't live up to my expectations it would be totally awful, hate when that sort of thing happens! But I couldn't resist Andy and her world for too long.
Its been nearly a decade since Andy quit her job working for the dreaded Miranda at Runway Magazine. Since then she has become the best of friends with the girl she once hated, Emily. Together they bonded over their shared hate for their old job, who could stand working like a slave at Runway anyway? They now have set up their own high end wedding magazine called the Plunge and its rising through the ranks, getting lots of notice from big names.
Not only are things working out in her career, but Andy is off down the aisle to marry the man of her dreams, Max. He is successful, high in society and to top it all off, drop dead gorgeous. But just before the wedding she learns some devastating news that could effect the rest of her married life. What the hell is she going to do about her new in laws? And are the days of fearing Miranda Priestly really over or are old ghosts catching up on her?
I think I loved the idea of this book more then the story itself, it was kind of a let down if I'm honest! I would say to anyone who really enjoyed The Devil Wears Prada to pick up this just to continue on the story, but for first time readers maybe stay clear! I did enjoy how the book portrayed that women can be strong and stand on their own two feet, unlike some books where women need a knight in shining armour in order to deal with life. A few surprises that too that mostly made it worth the read. This was £3.99 on kindle that you can get on Amazon.
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