Mmmmmm, Harry : )
Oh. Em. Gee. this would make an adorable movie. The entire time I was picturing Kristen Bell as the lead because . . . well, because she is awesome at playing a hot mess female MC in RomComs . . .
and I was picturing Harry Shum, Jr. as the male lead because of . . . reasons . . .
Feng Shui & Charlotte Nightingale is the story of one poor girl and her terrible luck at life. Charlotte works (and is subsequently fired) from a shitty job, she’s dating a real skeez who dreams of being the next Frank Sinatra . . .
her place is a mess - I mean we’re talking one step away from someone needing to call Adult Protective Services on her behalf . . .
and to top it all off there’s never enough running water to even take a dang shower.
Enter Kwan, the delivery boy from the local Chinese restaurant owned by his family . . .
Ha! I wish. No, Kwan sets his sights on eliminating some of the disorder from Charlotte’s life in hopes to help align her chi. It doesn’t take long before Charlotte sees her luck turning around. I’ll refrain from ruining everything with [SPOILERS] and leave it with nearly the entire cast coming together in the “bright light city gonna set my soul, gonna set my soul on fire” . . .
Sorry. Channeled my inner Elvis for a second there. Anyway, if you’re looking for something super light to read during these final days of summer that is just completely over-the-top and ends with realizing your mandarin duck was there all along . . .
This might be the book for you.
If you’re looking for some . . .
(FYI - That’s the Glee version of hump city)
you should probably look elsewhere.
ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.