Love and Liability

Love and Liability Sometimes your sensibilities make absolutely no sense Holly James is looking for her big break A young journalist for BritTEEN magazine she is dying to write about something meaningful than pop stars

  • Title: Love and Liability
  • Author: Katie Oliver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: ebook
  • Sometimes your sensibilities make absolutely no sense Holly James is looking for her big break A young journalist for BritTEEN magazine, she is dying to write about something meaningful than pop stars and nail varnish So when she spots a homeless teenager outside the office, she feels compelled to tell her story But her evil boss Sasha has other ideas Holly is sentSometimes your sensibilities make absolutely no sense Holly James is looking for her big break A young journalist for BritTEEN magazine, she is dying to write about something meaningful than pop stars and nail varnish So when she spots a homeless teenager outside the office, she feels compelled to tell her story But her evil boss Sasha has other ideas Holly is sent to interview a city solicitor she has never heard of But Alex Barrington turns out to be the very opposite of fusty and boring and Holly s interest struggles to stay strictly professional With Sasha sabotaging her every move, and her story about teens on the street leading her into London s dark underworld, Holly is chasing both love and success at the same time But happy endings like that only happen in books don t they
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    • Susan Buchanan says:

      Chicklit with a darker edge - gripping!I had already bought the first in the Dating Mr Darcy series, Prada and Prejudice and rated it 5 stars, so I immediately started reading Love and Liability as soon as I had finished the first. My rating is 4.5 stars for Love and Liability. This isn't just chicklit - it's so much more. Half way through I was really enjoying it, although not quite as much as Prada and Prejudice, and then, wham! The novel took a much darker turn, which I absolutely loved. It h [...]

    • ✎Stacey "The One Night Biter" says:

      Really good has everything you could want, sabatoge, runaways , girl meets boy, has fight breakup after fight go on to live HEA. Good read

    • Robyn Koshel says:

      Love and Liability is the second book in the Dating Mr. Darcy series by Katie Oliver. This book features Holly James, previously mentioned in Prada and Prejudice. The book starts off when Holly is due to interview “Henry Barrington” for BriTeen again. She is expecting an old duffer, but he is really Alex, the gorgeous.Holly bungles things at first, and the whole first encounter is adorable. Later disaster strikes as Holly's job is being sabotaged. Her relationship with Alex heats up along th [...]

    • Samantha Tonge says:

      Teen journalist Holly James can't know the trouble she'll get into, when she decides to help homeless teenager, Zoe. In fact, Holly's good heart leads to her losing her job and her life being put in danger. It's just as well that she's got good friends - and hot men - looking out for her, such as Will, James and Alex. Katie Oliver manages to combine very light-hearted chick lit with serious issues, such as homelessness and prostitution. This compelling read had me racing to the end, with several [...]

    • Gemma says:

      Love and Liability is an improvement on Prada and Prejudice, but for me it still had some minor flaws. The author has some excellent plot ideas that just doesn't reach its full potential. I do like her characters and am interested in what the next book will be like it. If the improvement in writing keeps continuing I'm positive that she will be a force to be reconned with

    • Marivi Sanz says:

      I wanted to like this book, but it fell short. There were some inconsistencies in the story (for example, Alex is presented as the youngest son, and on the next page he's referred to as the oldest). I didn't like many of the characters, as I couldn't relate to any of them, but that didn't keep me from reading the book and more or less liking the story. I didn't feel any kind of chemistry between Holly and Alex, and at some point, I expected her to end up with Jamie. Holly got on my nerves many t [...]

    • Rebecca says:

      Wahoo! I have no idea why but after reading Love and Liability by Katie Oliver, I feel strangely refreshed and ready to take on the day ahead of me! Love and Liability was a comfortable, easy-going, down-to earth read.Katie Oliver touched upon some pretty tough issues within the story, bringing real problems up to the surface, making not only incredibly interesting and informative, but also real and quite upsetting. Thankfully, due to Katie's fun, fresh and comical style of writing, I managed to [...]

    • Agi says:

      Love and Liability is the second book by Katie Oliver that I had a pleasure to read and this one was even better than the first one. It was much more ambitious read, with some very important and serious topics mentioned.Katie brings back some of the characters that we have already get to know in Prada and Prejudice, but it is absolutely a stand - alone book, not a sequel to the first one. The main character here is Holly James, a young and ambitious girl working for a teen magazine. she wants to [...]

    • Amy says:

      To say that I am shocked that this book has received more than two stars by anyone who has read it is an understatement indeed. About five pages into this book, I started to think it sounded familiar. Then I realized that I'd read another of Katie Oliver's books, Prada and Prejudice, which I um did not quite enjoy. I wish I could say that my opinion of this one was better, but, well. It isn't. The basic story is fine. Holly James, daughter of a well-to-do family, is a junior writer for a teen- [...]

    • DelAnne Frazee says:

      Title: Love and Liability - Dating Mr. Darcy Book 2 Author: Katie OliverPublisher: Harlequin UK Limited Published: 2-3-2014 ISBN: 9781472083968 E-Book: B00HWZ442Q Pages: 400 Genre: Romance Tags: SuspenseOverall Rating: Very GoodSensual Level: Mild Reviewed For: NetGalley Reviewer: DelAnneHolly James is the daughter of a wealthy family who desires to make her own way in the world. Unfortunately she finds that is easier said than done. So determined and convinced that she is sure of herself and he [...]

    • Marina says:

      Original review is posted on This Chick Reads Book Blog:thischickreads.wordpress/2*Copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*Holly James wants to be on her own. Coming from a wealthy family, she decides to leave and get a job. But being independent is not that easy at all. Chasing her dream to be a journalist, Holly gets a job at BritTEEN, a teenage magazine for celebrities. It’s a very low paid journalist job, but bills need to be paid. Interviewing the financi [...]

    • Swati says:

      Holly James is a fierce, independent girl who wants to stand on her own feet without any support from her supper rich father but unfortunately she can’t bear to pay the rent without her father’s money. Full with bright ideas and confidence, Holly is determined to earn respectable place and decent salary in the teen magazine but only if it was that easy. Holly’s boss hates her and could go to any length to sabotage her career. While trying to make ends meet and saving herself from getting s [...]

    • Rachel Gilbey says:

      Holly James is a journalist working for BritTeen magazine. She notices a homeless teenager regularly outside her office building and tries to befriend her and ultimately write and article about Zoe, the homeless girl. Zoe was a bit reluctant, to trust Holly but eventually agrees. I loved the story between Zoe and Holly and all the dramas that went along with working for a teenage magazine.Then there is the romance side of the book. Holly is sent to interview Alex Barrington, a solicitor, with no [...]

    • Natalie TBGWP says:

      First of all how gorgeous is that cover? I love it.Love and Liability follows BritTeen Magazine journalist Holly James as she fights her way through sabotage at work by her boss. Straight away you are put into a sense of mystery and surprise. A fast heart best and need for more instantly takes place. This is only the prologue too so if you're anything like me you will have doubts that a book can keep up with such a fantastic prologue.I really did hope I was wrong, but unfortunately I wasn't. Don [...]

    • Kalmeida says:

      Katie Oliver’s second book, Love and Liability is even better than the first. She brings back some of the original cast and we learn more about new ones. Holly and Alex are very dynamic characters, complex, and entertaining. Their story is not so cut and dry that it is predictable. Katie touches on some serious topics in the book as well, homelessness, teen runaways and problems they are faced with. I think she brought light to these issues without using drastic scare tactics, and showing the [...]

    • Elle says:

      The second book, Love and Liability, shifts focus to Holly James, another heiress (to the same department store), but one who is determined to distance herself from that life in pursuit of becoming a magazine writer. This book is a little darker, there’s a lot of shady stuff happening at BritTEEN magazine where Holly works. In addition to workplace hijinks, there’s homelessness, bad men on the loose, and a tricky love triangle. This combination makes it as hard to put down as the first.Again [...]

    • Glynis Astie says:

      I tore through the first book in this series, Prada and Prejudice, and jumped into the second installment with both feet! Holly James (seen briefly in Prada & Prejudice), is wasting away working for BritTEEN magazine, writing about beauty tips and pop stars when she would really love to tackle more meaningful issues and become the famous journalist she always knew she could be. Unfortunately, just such an opportunity is given to her - with no time to prepare- by her underhanded boss, Sasha. [...]

    • Engy Neville says:

      Love and Liability was an absolute joy to read. I wasn't sure if I was going to love this book as much as I loved Prada & Prejudice, but I did. The author is brilliant in weaving together multiple story lines, characters and somehow intertwining their lives without seamlessly and organically. Every character's introduction to the story fit organically and wasn't forced. A few pleasant surprises and at one point, I wasn't sure how it will end. Loved the ending. Nicely done Ms. Oliver. Looking [...]

    • Precious says:

      It's okHolly and Alex was not the perfect love story nor we're they awful. The love story was almost an afterthought to everything else that was happening in the story. This book was middle of the road for me and I LOVED Prada and Prejudice. I cannot say the same for Love and Liability; both of the main characters were silly and untrustworthy by action and deed. I do not think I will be continuing the series at this moment.

    • Sandra says:

      This book for me was too much of a copy from the first book in this series, I could not get over how much more annoying the heroine was, its almost as is the heroine in the first book had all her flaws amplified and, that's it! You get Holly. This was awful, I found myself skimming pages then going back just to feel like i gave it a go. Reading this book felt like a chore.

    • Elle Field says:

      There's a grittier storyline in the second book in the Dating Mr Darcy series, but it is no less enjoyable for it! Can be read as a stand-alone book, but I highly recommend you read Prada and Prejudice first for full enjoyment. A delightful and entertaining series.

    • Pamela Aquino says:

      Fantastic read. I enjoyed her first series and this one delivered. I love the multiple plots weaving into one. Oliver is a great and entertaining writer. Look forward to reading more of her work also makes me want to be a Brit!! love the slang!!

    • Jessica says:

      I really enjoyed this book! This was British Chick Lit with something besides just a fluffy little plot. It touched on a couple of darker things, while still keeping the reading fun and light. Loved Alex and I ended up liking Holly too (which I didn't much at the beginning).

    • Gina Schwartz says:

      I really enjoyed this one. I liked the idea of this being a standalone story even though it was part of a trilogy. It was light and fun with just enough real life to stop you from rolling your eyes.

    • Jamie Christensen says:

      Very unoriginal. Cross of Sophie Kinsella, Bridget Jones and several other popular authors. Cute but characters are not well developed and pretty one dimensional. This is the 2nd in a series. When I need something completely mindless it's fine.

    • Susan says:

      Great chick-lit for some escapist reading!

    • Jessica says:

      Was a bit darker than I thought was necessary, but otherwise good!

    • Kristen says:

      It was ok. Nothing horrible, nothing amazing. Not good enough for me to want to read (or rather, buy) the third.

    • Manuela says:

      Divertente, romantico e riesce a tenere col fiato sospeso. Un po' troppo lungo, per il suo genere, ma molto molto molto godibile.

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