Fb2 Because She Can ePub
by Bridie Clark
|Publisher:||Corgi Adult (August 13, 2007)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1838 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1394 kb|
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This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Except as permitted under the . 1271 Avenue of the Americas. Visit our Web site at ww. achetteBookGroup. Printed in the United States of America.
Bridie Clark was born on October 7, 1977, and spent a happy childhood in West Hartford, C.
Bridie Clark was born on October 7, 1977, and spent a happy childhood in West Hartford, CT. Her parents. Not Now. CommunitySee all.
There are just too many good books of this type out there to spend your time and money on Because She Can.
She lives in New York City with her husband. This is her first novel. she has certainly earned it after working for such a vile human.
One of the girls held her book upside down, but nobody cared. Excerpted by permission. It was a completely harmless photo op, I knew that, but it still made me put down my drink and say my good-byes. Anyway, I just wasn't in the mood.
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But her life is about to miraculously change. Fresh from an ugly breakup, she is dragged by her best friend to an art gallery opening where she bumps into the man she lusted after all through college: Randall Cox, a man with friends in high places. Unfortunately, her new boss, Vivian Grant, is even worse than the industry gossip has led her to believe.
Her novels "Because She Can" and "The Overnight Socialite" have been published in nineteen countries and featured in dozens of magazines and newspapers, including" "the" Washington Post", the" Los Angeles Times", and "Glamour UK". She was born in West Hartford, Connecticut and currently lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. Библиографические данные.
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Clark made each character either extremely likable or extremely unlikable. It's pretty clear cut how she wanted her characters portrayed. It does channel "The Devil Wears Prada" a bit too much at times. I believe that she even refers to boss Vivian Grant as the "dragon lady," as "Prada" does to Miranda Priestly. Regardless, this is a fabulous book that I probably will not stop talking to my friends about until they read it.
Lucy Ellis moved to the Big Apple to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a fashion designer, but the native Midwesterner has just about had it with the city. A mousy, self-conscious girl trapped in a job at a designer sweatshop, Lucy has been mistreated, road-blocked, and otherwise insulted since her arrival. Overwhelmed by city life, Lucy is about to pack it all in and return home to Minnesota. Then she meets Wyatt. Clark (Because She Can) moves the Pygmalion myth to Manhattan, adds a dash of Thelma and Louise and proves what goes around, comes around to those born to the manor or trailer park.