Reading for pleasure has become a thing of the past for me. But when I do find myself with an extra bit of time, these are some books that never cease to entertain me:
Sleeping with the Enemy [by: Hal Vaughan] - the scandalous true story of Coco Chanel's multiple affairs and involvement in WWII.
The Great Gatsby [by: F. Scott Fitzgerald] - a classic. I re-read this just in time for the movie this year.
The Sweet Life in Paris [by: David Lebovitz] - a light read and a witty glimpse into ex-pat and pastry chef David Lebovitz's new life in Paris.
Medium Raw [by: Anthony Bourdain] - this man can do no wrong. Never a sell-out, Bourdain takes you through his gritty and anything but glamorous chef-life before achieving fame for being his non-conformist self.
Bossypants [by: Tina Fey] - hilarious, embarrassing, and honest. Tina Fey's story of her awkward upbringing up to present day will make you "lol."