Cuban Heels - Emily Barr Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755301927 / Genre: Fiction
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Emily Barr Cuban Heels
Maggie moves to Brighton after splitting up with her long - term ...
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by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
This was the first book that I received through the "read it swap it" site so was keen to read it. I had not read anything by EMily Barr before but really like the information that was available on the book and thought that it would be good. The cover says "bored with you life - steal someone elses!" which sounded inviting. Characters Maggie - our heroine is a lap dancer living in Brighton following the breakdown of a long term relationship - she has to move away from Scotland where all of her friends are - and her family are in Norwich so she is very isolated there and fed up with her life. No boyfriend, no mates, no proper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I must admit that I usually turn my nose up at 'chick lit' but will occasionally take a certain guilty pleasure with a light and fluffy read if something catches my eye. This was one I spotted on holiday - having read the other books I'd brought and needing something for the return journey. I'd read one other Emily Barr book and enjoyed it so at just 1 euro this seemed like a safe bet! We meet Maggie, lonely and depressed, working as a lap dancer after the end of a boring relationship and trying desperately to convince herself and everyone around her that her life is great. When she accidentaly discovers she can hear her neighbours through their baby monitor ... Read the complete review
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