Britney Bronte wrote a fun, at time hilarious book about a character named Britney Bronte (yes, same as the author) and set her into this whirlwind
world of Daystar, a tv production company that specializes in phone sex solicitors, but Britney is going for a job for a new branch they are trying to start in the field of tarot card reading and fortune-telling.
Britney deals with some quite unusual workplace antics, and is questioning a future of her own with potential love interests in her office. The characters are all unique and different, as well as the plot is refreshing in the fact that i've never read anything quite like this before, in the chick-lit genre or any other genre as well.
Unfortantally, the first 50 or so pages were boring in my opinion and it took me a while to get invested in the storyline and the characters. Although, for me it took a while to get into I started to enjoy it more around page 75 and so on, but for a shorter novel, it was a little late in my opinion to be grabbing my attention.
Britney definitely has a unique voice in her novel though, and although it didn't quite pull through for me, I think it was an overall decent read, and think that if you like chick-lit and british humour you should give this book a try, and with Britney donating the proceeds to a great cause, what do you really have to lose?