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The romance unrealistic, who begs someone to marry them after just 6 months. Glamour was a fun read and enjoyed the relationships and characters. The beginning of this was not good. They form a bond which will never be broken.

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Glamour is one among the best books that I have read. Glamour Louise Bagshawe No preview available – During the women’s childhoods, it’s explicitly the s. In the Shade of the Blossom Luise. Catching up with her, he’s quickly convinced she’s been set up, and they start to work out which of movie producer Josh’s many enemies could be behind the hit.

Glamour by Louise Bagshawe

There’s also clumsily written sex scenes here and there. You’ve successfully reported this review.

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After meeting her husband while she was at drama school in London, Benita returned to her home town and worked as a teacher and broadcaster before becoming a full-time writer, publishing many much-loved novels.

Benita Brown Benita Brown was born and brought up in Newcastle by her English mother, the youngest of thirteen children, and her Indian father, who came to Newcastle to study medicine and fell in love with the place and the people. Benita Brown was born and brought up in Newcastle by her English mother, the youngest of thirteen children, and her Indian father, who came to Newcastle to study medicine and fell in love with the place and the people. Alex has two choices: I think she has some great books but also some flops.


Needless to say, people still like her even though she rages at people who explain quite reasonably why she louis do what she’s doing such as using her laptop while a plane is landing in a display of egotism not equalled until Tyra Glammour screamed at an America’s Next Top Model contestant for not crying liuise eliminated.

Is also a novel by a certain Louise Bagshawe and, in my quest for awful books full of derp and rage, I read it because the bumf on the back said she was a British answer to some American chick lit scribbler and given that I have a special loathing for chick lit, I just had to immerse myself in this wasteland of “edgy, sophisticated women and handsome, powerful men” as the bumf refers to it as. Compelling and a help during hard times. So what went wrong?

Fame and Wuthering Heights. What do a feisty New Yorker, an LA rock chick and a dreamy English public school girl have in common? When that happens, one thing’s for certain: Lucy tries to turn herself into the kind of girl she thinks they want her to be – with hilarious and unexpected results.

Although clearly fictional, and not as easy and simple in real life, it was a well constructed and enjoyable tale of resourcefulness, ambition and female friendship. Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. Lately I have been moving away from that Chick Lit glamoud. Speaking of which, the author seems unable to let a page go by without, where Sally is mentioned, referring to “her illegal curves.


I havent read any of her other books and I cant say that this has encouraged me to try any more. Bagshawe took loise time to tell the story of each girl. A full-time writer and playwright, he has acted onstage in his own ‘one-woman show’, ‘Times When I Bite’, which was also adapted for film.

Some of it was a bit contrived, mostly the ending. Fave trash read so far. She is the author of more than fifteen novels, published in more than eight languages. My second read of this one and i enjoyed it just as much as i did the first time: Now, years later, they are louisd career girls at the top of their game; Topaz in journalism, Rowena in the music industry.

Heaps of cliched lines, I lapped it up. Oh, I don’t think Glamour is any good, but I personally liked reading a ridiculous rags-to-riches book for a change. However, the whole angle – arranged marriage to an older man who just wants to slap bellies with a pretty girl now his deeply missed first wife is dead – is kinda forgotten about when she goes off and rejoins her gittish mates.

But gla,our doesn’t just happen overnight like it seems to here.