The third novel by Lauren Weisberger author hit the "Devil Wears Prada" is perhaps a novel chicks but it is really representative of the wishes, doubts and anxieties of women thirties. Between Emmy who gets dumped by her boyfriend after 4 1/2 years in relation to a fitness trainer while her younger sister learns her pregnancy, Leigh has everything to succeed but does not feel at all happy, and Adriana, who men can play but is unable to settle down and is still maintained by his parents ... short, fat intake collective head.
All then decided to give a year to change their lives and find the way to happiness. Each will try to adopt a strategy, but the chance of life takes over. Each will be and finally enjoy being herself. Certain situations made me really smile as they are full of humor and truth. As Adriana advice to a woman, yet very confident but clueless seduction side, to ensure that the guy on which she flashed the recall and offered him a time ... in short, the girl should never "seduce" a guy but play skillfully between interest and disdain, although dying to get invited. Too right! Adiana therefore scores but also aware advise women like her who are bored automatically after only one week with a man?
I find the title name translated from English rather null and gear. For me it is not so much about sex, diamonds in this book but looking more broadly. Ok, I do not mind trying to attract the eye, and especially the guys, but it's surfing the theme of "Sex & the City" ... I do not like the heated and is unsuited to this title our country. We know how the English and American are excited and make a circus around LA that will ring finger when their beloved "will offer." No wonder then that the title of this novel is "Chasing Harry Winston". But I do not think the girls in France as much emphasis in the ring but the staging of the marriage ... I'm wrong? Besides, who knows the Harry Winston brand? No wonder this brand mentioned several times in the English version (which I recommend as very easy to read), but it has disappeared from the French title.
In any case, this book is really nice and can with lightness and humor, we make a minimum reflect on what has meaning in our lives. Enjoy!