Now I should have been able to relate perfectly to Andy Kendricks. I mean, I’m not a Dallas heiress and I don’t have a high society mother or a trust fund but I am a website designer and I hate mornings as much as Andy does. And, yet, there’s just something about these books that never worked for me. I kept reading them but, unlike most of the other books on this list, I did not read them in a row. If it took me a little longer to get a hold of the next book in the series, I didn’t get antsy and start searching for other means to acquire. I was perfectly happy to wait and read it when it was available. The series always felt like it should be funnier or snappier or something. While I can applaud Andy’s decision to date a “normal” guy and not the high society guys her mom keeps trying to hook her up with, I can’t say that it added any extra zing to the series itself. Overall, the books weren’t bad but they never left me wanting more. If only they were as fun or as interesting as their descriptions and book covers.