Monday, August 17, 2009

REVIEW: Being Nikki: An Airhead Novel by Meg Cabot

Emerson Watts is currently in the body of a supermodel, one Nikki Howard. Going to photo shoots and living the life of a supermodel is tough for Emerson. Not to mention she is able to attract every guy in the world except for the one guy she is interested in her pre-Nikki best friend Christopher. After a grueling photo shoot Em returns to her apartment to find a man there claiming to be her brother and he reveals that their mother is missing. She doesn't remember any of this ofcourse and she is certain that Stark Enterprises (her employer) knows more then they are letting on. Em quickly gets caught up in the mystery of her missing mother and a plot to take down Stark Enterprises.

I am a HUGE fan of Meg Cabot's writing to begin with but, after reading Air Head I was dieing for this book to come out. I definitely have no regrets at all. This book is a rapid read for sure. From the initial twists and turns to an exciting ending this book keeps your attention. This novel has turned more into a mystery/ romance then the initial paranormal/romance that I expected. Everything revealed in this novel will keep the reader eagerly anticipating the third novel in the series Runaway in May of 2010.


Rachel said...

Meg Cabot is a great author. I haven't read Air Head yet but I can't wait to. Good review!