Queen of Babble in the Big City (Queen of Babble Series #2)

Queen of Babble in the Big City - Meg Cabot I do like chick-lit, it is always funny, sweet and totally silly, and a girl needs silly now and again.This is the second book about Lizzie Nichols, in the last book she found her prince charming, and he is really a prince too, if one of many French ones. They are living together on 5th Avenue until she can find something with her friend Shari. She also wants to find a job working with what she loves, wedding dresses. Things do not go as she expected and she ends up living with Luke, working as a receptionist, and working free in a little shop. Not really what she wanted but she is not about to let New York chase her away.She wasn't really a blabbermouth in this one, perhaps she has learnt her lesson. Still she is too curious and she keep making seeing things that aren't there. It doesn't help that she goes a bit wedding crazy, and she barely knows the guy. But come on, it is chick-lit and the genre needs misunderstandings and embarrassing moments.I do like Lizzie, yes she is silly, has some wired ideas about little animals and men, and looses it when they talk about marriage. Ok there I didn't see the problem, break up with someone who doesn't want to get married, even though they are the love of your life. One can be in love and not married. So yes she has some ideas, and she is also only 23, what is the rush? The younger chick-lit books are always so, well you know.Luke is somewhat grey to be honest, I am not sure anymore if I want them together, but since the 3rd book is called getting hitched then I guess they live happily ever after.What I did like about this book was that it had through out it pages with paintings of different weddings dresses, gloves, what do do during the wedding, after, and a lot for a bride to be to know. All belonging to Lizzie, I guess she is working towards her wedding dress shop goal. So those were really cute.All in all a cute and funny book that took no time at all to read.Blodeuedd's Cover Corner: That is the Swedish cover, the book is green and it looks very nice and chich-litish.Reason for reading: Library bookFinal thoughts: Cute chick-lit