How Not To Shop - Carmen Reid Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552158852 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Carmen Reid / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2009-08-13 by Corgi Books
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by - written on 30/12/11 (Very useful, 2 readings)
This book continues the series that is about Annie Valentine. I have read all the books in this series, and like them. The style of book that this is is just the kind of book I go for, which is a normal kind of chick lit book. The book centres around Annie Valentine. Annie works as a personal shopper at a fancy department shop called The Store. Annie loves her job as she loves Fashion and helping people to look nice. Annie has quite a few loyal customers as well. Annie has the chance of appearing on Television as a fashion advisor on a prime time TV show. Annie is so excited. This will be her big break. However all is not what it seems. In Annie's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
After reading some of Reid's earlier books, I took the chance to read her latest offering when my friend bought it. It got mixed reviews in magazines, so I was keen to see what she'd done wrong... Annie Valentine is a personal shopper to the rich, or at least she was. She's decided to leave her job and become a TV star, presenting a show which shows people what to wear, and what looks terrible. She's enlisted the help of Svetlana, a client with more money then sense, who always seems to be getting married! It isn't as easy as Annie expected, however, and she struggles to balance a full time job with a shopping addiction and her family, husband Ed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Annie Valentine is a personal shopper at a major department store, but she's in the midst of a career move to become a television presenter for a new lifestyle show - along with her friend Svetlana. Her high hopes for the series don't play out as the planned debut on a big channel fails to materialise and the show ends up airing on a channel with not much of an audience and very little in the way of a wardrobe budget. As a personal shopper, this is a big blow for Annie but she soldiers on regardless, determined to do as a good a job as possible on what she's given. On top of this, she must balance her career with her family life. Partner Ed is making noises about having . Read the complete review
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