Legally Blonde by Amanda Brown


Legally Blonde


Amanda Brown


Times Warner in 2003

Stand Alone/ Series:

I think there are two more books? Or companion novels.






Chick Lit


Elle Woods, California University senior, seems to have it all. President of Delta Gamma sorority, she’s aced her major–sociopolitical jewellery design-and is on the verge of becoming Mrs. Warner Huntington III. Too bad Warner, bound for Stanford Law, dumps her with the explanation that he now needs a more “serious” woman at his side. Faced with this unexpected reversal of fortune, Woods doesn’t get depressed, she gets busy.

Thanks to a creative application video and a demand for “diversity” at Stanford Law, Elle is admitted. Soon she’s packing up her convertible-as well as her pet Chihuahua “Underdog”-and heading north, determined to win back her man. Smart, fast and funny, Legally Blonde proves just how much fun blondes really can have.


Its one of those few times when I want to read the book after I’ve seen the movie. I personally liked the movie much better than the book. It was dragging in some parts and I got into a reading slump because of it so I kept it away for quite a while before getting over it and reading the whole damn book.
The sarcasm was lacking and I just didn’t like how desperate Elle was for Warner. There were a lot of things that didn’t make sense at all, because they were nowhere near logical.
It was an okay read and I’m definitely not reading the next books.



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