Confetti Confidential - Holly McQueen Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099545756 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Holly McQueen / Paperback / 528 Pages / Book is published 2010-06-10 by Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 18/06/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
It's rare for a book to come with a money-back guarantee, but especially one like this. "As good as Sophie Kinsella or your money back" screams the sticker on the front. And, given the huge Shopaholic fan base out there, that's quite a claim to make. Still, if ever there was a heroine to dethrone Becky Bloomwood then it is one Isabel Bookbinder. Confetti Confidential is the third book in the Isabel series, but the first one I've read. Even without that grand claim on the front, you couldn't help but draw comparisons between Kinsella's series and this one from the very first page. The writing style is virtually identical - to the point where you do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Isabel Bookbinder is back and after failing as both a novelist and a fashion designer, this time she's determined to make her career choice work and has decided to become a wedding planner. Isabel manages to bag a job working for Pippa Everitt but after losing a couple of brides, she ends up losing her job. Isabel isn't deterred and instead decides to start up her own wedding planning business. Her first few clients include best friend Lara, who is marrying Matthew, Isabel's brother and Summer Shelley, an ex-pop star who's determined to have a lavish bash. But, with Isabel, life never runs smoothly; the question is, can she manage to get her brides up the aisle without .. Read the complete review
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