Follow Me (Quick Reads 2011) - Sheila O'Flanagan Reviews
Description:ISBN 755359313 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sheila O'Flanagan / Paperback / 128 Pages / Book is published 2011-02-18 by Headline Review
Newest Review: ... book.The story follows career girl Pippa Jones who is in her late twenties, single , living in London and works as a ... more
Customer Follow Me (Quick Reads 2011) - Sheila O'Flanagan Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/01/12 (Useful, 58 readings)
I am an avid book reader especially in the winter with the long cold evenings and nothing on TV.However I do find that continuous book reading can become a bit daunting at times. So when I am `between books` I like to read a short story. Follow Me ,by Sheila O`Flanagan,published in2011, is one of the Galaxy Quick Reads series and is the right sort of story for a short book.The story follows career girl Pippa Jones who is in her late twenties, single , living in London and works as a saleswoman for a computer security firm.She is very ambitious , good at her job and is trying to win her firm`s in house competition for the best salesperson of the year, with a trip ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Follow Me by Sheila O'Flanagan is the second book of my six book challenge from the library. www.sixbookchallenge.org.uk This is not really a book a would normally read, the only time I read romance type books is if someone gives one to me, however this book is what they call a quick read and is only 111 pages long of fairly large type so if you are not sure if these books are for you it's the perfect place to start. The book is set in current time Birmingham and introduces you to a young women who is a bit of a go getter in the business sales department. Having been crushed by a recent boyfriend partly due to her work demands, she pushes ... Read the complete review
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