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"It's like a latest day Cinderella...utterly adorable." Marian Keyes captivating, romantic comedy a couple of small city lady who unintentionally interviews for the inaccurate task at a tremendous urban type journal and finally ends up emerging to the head whereas falling head over heels in love. She's acquired concerns speaks to readers who be aware of all too good that negotiating your means in an international packed with ladies could be a daunting activity. Chloe indicates us how it truly is done-innocently and hilariously-against the oddest of odds as she echoes the soul of each woman who ever dreamed of status on her personal toes in a killer pair of stilettos.
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Okay, honey. ” It’s so funny the way she’s always redecorating the house. She’s redone my old room twice since I moved out. When my sister moves out, I’ll probably go with a floral slipcover on my sofa. I’ve always loved florals, and I might do a Venetian plaster finish on the walls and wooden blinds instead of . . oh, that’s right, I have wooden blinds. When did I get those? I guess it’s the color that I can’t live with anymore. Anyway, there will be plenty of time to find ways to eliminate that patchouli smell that seems to have taken over.
I’d much rather be embarrassed than have to deal with her having a crush on me,” I call from the hallway. More heaving. Maybe she’s really coming down with something. ” That did it. She’s up! “Go call Michael back,” I tell her. She’s still holding her head, but I can tell she feels better. Michael would wait forever for Zoe to call him back. He’s a really patient guy and extremely cute, in that dark, rumpled, brooding kind of way. He thinks it’s so amazing that two sisters could be so completely different.
There are thirteen pages here. I can’t read this now, but I can’t not read it either. Dear Chloe, I realize that you are probably going to read this first thing in the morning, so I’ll try to be brief. I know your dream has always been to work for a fashion magazine, and even though I think Issues leaves a lot to be desired, I’m still thrilled that you got the job and I am incredibly proud of you. However, there are some serious issues (hey, that’s funny) that must be addressed immediately. Otherwise, there is an excellent chance that you will be completely annihilated by your new boss before you even get settled in.
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