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“I Did (but I Wouldn't Now) ”


written by Harriet Klausner on 31/03/2006

I Did (but I Wouldn't Now)
Cara Lockwood
Downtown, May 2006, $13.00
ISBN: 0743499433

In Texas, Lily Crandell knows she cannot live up to the standards of excellence set by her wedding planner older sister, Lauren (see I DO (BUT I DON'T). Instead, she knows that her family considers her a buffoon drifting from one problem to another. Now that Lauren has a son to add to her perfect-ness, Lily concedes she can never match her sibling. Instead she decides to go with the flow and elopes with her boyfriend, wannabe be rock star Ted Dayton, who is great in bed. Quickly Lily concludes that outside of his music and their bed, they have nothing to hold them together. The divorce happens as fast as the marriage occurred.

Ted bounces immediately back, with Lily assuming the silicone actress Melanie Slate contains helps him rebound. Unable to take being the joke of tabloids and the pursuit of paparazzi, Lily leaves Texas for London. In England, Lily, heeding the advice of her former boyfriend Carter, volunteers at the local hospital. There she meets renowned footballer Sean Gates, who enjoys Lily's eccentric behavior, Texas twang, and most of all, her body. However, Ted and his group are in town for a concert as they have begun to be popular, leading the tabloids to wonder who gets Lily?

This chick lit sequel stars the wild sibling, who even when she does the right thing somehow ends up in trouble. The lighthearted storyline is fun to follow, as Lily swings like a pendulum from one mess into another, but at least she is not dealing with sticky fingers. Though inane, fans will enjoy this zany look at celebrities chick lit style.

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