Glitz - Louise Bagshawe Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755336046 / Author: Louise Bagshawe / Genre: Fiction / All's fair in love and war - especially when there's atrust fund at ... more
Glitz - Louise Bagshawe ... stake...Haughty, social climber Juno,her ditzy, style-free sister Athena and their cousins, IT girl Hester and wannabe actress Helen are accustomed to living the high life, thanks toa trust fund set up by their super-rich, reclusiveUncle Clem. But when Uncle Clem summons his nieces to his mansion in the Seychelles to announce his engagement to Bai-Ling, a woman youngenough to be their baby sister, the four girls instantly knowtrouble's afoot...Can they stop the wedding? What happens when four pampered princesses have to cope without their trust fund? Who will learn to stand on their own two feet...and who will fall?
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Customer Glitz - Louise Bagshawe Reviews (4)
by - written on 24/01/09 (Very useful, 234 readings)
*Introduction* Having read all of Louise Bagshawe's previous books, Glitz is another one that I reserved from my local library before it was released. She was the first author of chic lit that I read and has got me well and truly addicted to it. Despite reading a variety of reviews saying that they were disappointed with the book, I thoroughly enjoyed it. *About the Author* Louise Bagshawe, 37 was born in London. She went to Christ Church, Oxford studying English literature. She is married and has three children. Louise specialises in chick literature, something which I believe her to be one of the best in her field at. She is also a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/09 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Glitz is the eleventh novel from author Louise Bagshawe. The version I read was the hardback which I managed to mooch from Bookmooch. Im not going to go into the authors background, but if you are interested then check out my review on her previous book Glamour. Glitz is the story of reclusive millionaire Clement Chambers who lives on a large estate in the Seychelles. He has four nieces, who are two sets of sisters - Diana and Venus, Juno and Athena. They are all very different and not particularly close. As things stand the Chambers girls recieve a £500,000 a year trust fund from their Uncle Clement and are set to inherit his mass fortune. Each Christmas they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/13, updated on 15/01/13 (Very useful, 23 readings)
After reading many of Tilly Bagshawe's books, I decided I might give her sister's (Lousie Bagshawe) books a go. On the cover Cosmoplitan quoted "If a novel were a glass of champagne, this would be it". So out of all the other Louise Bagshawe books, this one won the vote of being placed into my basket simply because it has been highly appraised and expected the same standard of writing skills as her sister. And after reading the book, I started to understand why this book was compared to a glass of champagne.... -Image- The image of this book looks glamorous without too much accessories, with a woman lying on a hammock, with a sunset background ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/09 (Useful, 55 readings)
Another corker from the brilliant Louise Bagshawe, Glitz tells the story of the four super rich Chamber girls. Snobbish Juno and her sister the scruffy academic Athena along with their cousins beautiful but lazy Diana and wannabe actress Venus, are all dependent on a trust fund set up by the reclusive and mysterious Uncle Clem. All they have to do for the money is turn up every Christmas to his place in the Seychelles and pretend to like each other for 2 weeks. But when he summons them unexpectedly to the Seychelles the girls smell trouble. And they are right - he announces his engagement to the very young Bai-Ling - and also announces that as she will be ... Read the complete review
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