"Little Lady, Big Apple", by Hester Browne is the sequel to her first novel about Melissa Romney-Jones, called the "Little Lady Agency". I truly enjoyed the first book, so as soon as this one hit the bookshelves, I bought it and had a delightful weekend reading it.
In this story, the main character, Melissa Romney-Jones, once again disguised as "Honey", is enjoying a highly profitable business helping single men with things such as makeovers, gift shopping, etc. However, she finds herself suddenly out of an apartment, and her American boyfriend suggests that she take an extended vacation to New York, with one condition, that she doesn't "work" while she's there.
Melissa leaves the Little Lady Agency in the hands of her best friend and her unique sister and heads to the Big Apple. Of course, all her plans to NOT work soon go out the window.
I really liked this book because I love the way Melissa falls into different situations. I, too, have a habit of finding myself in unusual situations and end up trying to find a way to get out of the situation while making everyone happy. She gets caught up in difficult situations, but always looks on the bright side. I always try to look on the bright side too.
All in all, this is a good book, and a great follow up to the "Little Lady Agency". I hope that Hester Browne will release another book in this series, I would read it! Enjoy!