Grace is game for this challenge which gives her plenty of research for her upcoming Women's Studies thesis surrounding beauty. Sophia does offer Grace a little added incentive that gives her the romantic challenge of her life.
Mix in two handsome and charming men, a friend still simmering over Grace's lack of affection to her wiles and the pacific paradise of California for a lesson in "bombshell-tude".
I am still reading this book. I enjoy Aunt Sophia's feisty fire, but feel that the storyline and characters are too cliched and played out to hold my attention (which can happen with many chick lit writer's storylines). While I intend to finish this book, I am beginning to become irritated by Grace's clinical research notes and Declan's male chauvinistic bravado.
Update: I've finished reading this novel and I have to say I enjoyed the twist and turns of the final chapters of the book. I was actually surprised by demure Dr. Andrew's plan, Sophia's shocking secret and the sincerity of ever brash Declan. All in all, it was a decent book with a good ending. I feel they could have left out some of the gratuitous happenings, but all in all it turned out okay.