Holly's Inbox, I immediately felt that I knew the distinct personalities of Holly and her pals, living the fun, young London life. Holly and Trish work in Reception at a major bank, which I never realized was more than just answering phones and greeting people. They organize refreshments, book meeting rooms, and arrange for the comforts of visiting executives. Holly's life is going great with a promotion and a new boyfriend, but we all know the power of the internet and when some emails become public a big scandal threatens to bring Holly's world down.
When Scandal in the City appeared in my mailbox, I was a little intimidated by it's 544 pages, but soon got over my trepidations as I zipped through the breezy, funny messages flying between Holly and her friends. The emails are nicely written without a lot of the internet shortcuts used in texting or instant messaging, so people who are not up on that lingo will not have any trouble following the dilemmas of Holly and the gang in the worlds of career, love, and friendship, or sends herself little "reminder" emails. These reminder emails are great because they show Holly's inner thoughts and concerns, not just those she expresses to people in her emails. Fans can keep up with Holly's shenanigans at Holly's Inbox.com, where there are always fresh message awaiting our voyeuristic urges. If you're looking for a light, funny story in a fresh new format, definitely try Holly's Inbox: Scandal in the Cityby Holly Denham.
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