Smart Girl : The Girls

  • by Rachel Hollis
  • Narrated by Rachel Hollis
  • Series: The Girls
  • 8 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Brilliant designer Miko Jin is a hopeless romantic. She's spent most of her life falling in love over and over again...with the men she finds in the pages of her favorite novels.
When Miko meets Liam Ashton, it's love at first sight. At least, for her. Sure, the two of them are polar opposites, and yes, he seems to be dating someone new each week. But Miko knows what true love is and that you can't rush it - after all, what she lacks in real-world experience, she makes up for in book smarts. With novels as her guide, and her best friends by her side, she knows she can get Liam to love her back. But just like any good romance novel, fate has a few plot twists in store. Will Miko get her own happy ending? Will she find the strength to stand up for what she deserves even if it means breaking her own heart?


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Absolutely loved it!

Another brilliant read from Rachel Hollis! 💗 Really really hope you write more Rachel! Xxxxx xxx
Read full review

- Louise

Full Summation of the trilogies but Least Satisfying

This is the final book in the 'Girl' trilogy. I'm glad that it is also part of the Kindle Unlimited package, like the first (which the second one wasn't, but was more worth the credit).

It pulls together and fully concludes the previous two stories satisfactorily, but of itself is a very unsatisfactory story. We first meet Nico in Party Girl and she is introduced as the strong, professional, together, advisor, helper and mentor to Landan. So. It came as a surprise to me that she is written as a flaky, addle-brained, hopeless romantic rather than a practical romantic, given the character she initially is and the characters that she is surrounded by.

If you've already listened to Party Girl and Sweet Girl (my favourite), you may as well go ahead and listen to this one. It completes the stories which is a tidy ending, whilst not necessarily making you feel anything for either of the two central characters.

If you too are a hopeless romantic, then at least you'll learn which other books are out there worth reading, if you haven't read them already. There are some good classics.
Read full review

- Carôle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 17-03-2016
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio