Daisy is traveling with her teenage daughter Coco to Paris. When they arrive and Coco goes through her bag excited to take out the carefully picked out skirts, peasant tops, and super cure shoes, instead she find wadded up t-shirts and dirty pants. Ugh. Who packs dirty pants???
Andrew is traveling with his teenage son Webb. Andrew had noticed the very attractive woman sitting in 6-B, with her younger sister. Ummm… too cheesy? Ok her daughter, but she doesn’t look like she could have a teenage daughter! He decided to slip a note in her purse when she is not looking. When they arrive Web finds that he has the wrong bag…. filled with expensive shirts and clothing items he can not even identify.
While Andrew and Daisy try to figure out how to get the bag mix up settled, they are unaware that Webb and Coco are also working on their own “reunion”.
I knew when I chose this book it sounded like fun. Visions of light summer reading, smiles and the occasional giggle escaping me while I sat on the deck slathered in tanning lotion drinking ice tea…
well that was the plan.
The book delivered, the weather did not.
Either way, In The Bag was as I had expected. Reading the synopsis I knew this one was just going to be candy for my brain. I liked the alternation chapters between our four protagonists, Daisy, Coco, Andrew, and Web. The note that Andrew stuck in Daisy’s purse cracked me up… totally GUY. 😛 The email exchanges are light and fun.
In the end, a quick, fun, read. That if you are going to the beach, this one need to be, in the bag. 😉
Thank you TLC book tours for a fun summery type book that made me crave beaches and warm sand.
Tuesday, May 1st: Seaside Book Nook
Wednesday, May 2nd: A Bookworm’s World
Thursday, May 3rd: 2 Kids and Tired Book Reviews
Monday, May 7th: Walking With Nora
Tuesday, May 8th: Book Hooked Blog
Wednesday, May 9th: Book Journey
Thursday, May 10th: A Musing Reviews
Monday, May 14th: A Cozy Reader’s Corner
Tuesday, May 15th: Life In Review
Wednesday, May 16th: Book Reviews by Molly
Thursday, May 17th: Good Girl Gone Redneck