E thing I have to say It served its purpose something to read while ensconced in a hammock at 3500 feet above sea level in the wilderness of Northern California I really tried to savor it and make it last so it took me almost an entire day to read Sadly I had to pack it out myself Now it has been BookCrossing ed January 2009 and is travelling May its next owner love it well and good than its last Bookcrossing ID 374 6865508 Rebecca is an up and coming ournalist with a dad who s about to marry one of Rebecca s old school mates a grandma is dead set on marrying Rebecca off to a nice Jewish fellow and a best friend who is having problems with her husband in the bedroom Meanwhile Rebecca is falling in love with the new guy at the office and trying to nail a big investigative story that could earn her the promotion she is dying for It s all a bit far fetched but that s what makes this such an enjoyable story. Toe cleavage when a hot tip sweeps Rebecca to the center of the Paris cosmetics world where a miracle anti wrinkle cream is about to be launched That is until she blows the whistle on a scandal that could set the beauty business and the future of world peace reeling Will Rebecca win the recognition not to mention the Pulitzer she yearns forand get the man of her dreams Stay tuned From the Trade Paperback editio.
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35 funny I thought this book was funny and witty and I read it super uickIt was a perfect chick lit book I finished it uickly because I wanted to see if it would get better with each chapter but no As soon as a chapter starts you know how it s going to end because it s very typical I Thief (Sevy, just wasn t impressed This book is like an insect trapped in a piece of amber It is not your timeless love story but captures so perfectly terribly a moment in time The main character is poorly defined and the supporting characters make even less sense all the while trying so despera a reminder of why i don t read books where the title is scrawled in lipstick even if the book is free Nice story with enough going on to keep you coming back Fun little chick lit Nothing amazing but worth the uick read Once upon a time many moons ago I read an excerpt from this book in a Cosmo magazine I was very much not a reader at the. From the author who brought you Spin Cycle and Neurotica comes a hilarious new novel about falling in love hating yourob and getting what you want out of life without ever mussing your lipstickWhen it comes to men beauty columnist Rebecca Fine always seems to be on the scruffy end of the mascara wand But all that changes the morning she meets Max Stoddart her new colleague at the Daily Vanguard With his upscal.
Time and apart from reuired school reading had NEVER read a book for pleasure only magazines and really only Cosmo I was maybe 19 This booked caught me hook line and sinker It was funny and witty and light and sexy and I devoured every page It sparked a love of chick lit in me that grew and grew and turned me into a huge bookworm I have read every title by Sue Margolis that I could get my hands on which was sometimes difficult because her titles were not always released on this side of the pond I recommend this book to anyone who likes to laugh and gasp and blush a little And it s held up I ve re read it at least 3 times Five stars highly recommend Read on my annual summer backpacking trip when I d exhausted what I d packed in for the week s reading and with no other options to hand I borrowed it from one of my traveling companions of whom the fact that she is a lover of bad chick lit is the only negativ. E suit Hugh Grant hair and obscenely sexy good looks he’s a single woman’s dream come true Finally her grandmother can stop surfing the Net for eligible Jewish males But is Max the catch of the decade or ust a major babe magnet Meanwhile Rebecca’s old high school nemesis has resurfaced a former blond bombshell called Lipstick who is now engaged to Rebecca’s widowed dad And it’s good bye to articles on.
Sue Margolis is the author of nine books which have than half a million copies in print from Bantam Dell She lives in England where she's at work on her next novelSue worked as a reporter for the BBC before leaving broadcasting to write her first novel She lives in London with her journalist husband Jonathan They have three grown up children Sue’s hobbies include napping constantly i