Me and Miss M - Jemma Forte Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141038276 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jemma Forte / Paperback / 448 Pages / Book is published 2009-11-05 by Penguin
Newest Review: ... made it. She is now 29 and working in an office job for a PA company, she is unhappy in her work and is constantly attending ... more
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Struggling actress Fran has always had stars in her eyes but with ...
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by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I read a review on dooyoo about this book a while ago and decided I wanted to read it. Luckily some kind soul (my Mum) got it for me for Christmas! As I was halfway through another book I only started reading it at the weekend but finished it last night. For me thats a real achievement as it usually takes me weeks to get through a book! Another thing that attracted me to the book was the cover! It looks very similar to the cover of The Devil Wears Prada which I really enjoyed. On this cover, we see a fishnet tighted foot wearing a stiletto heel, however the shoe has stuck in bubblegum, perhaps suggesting that this person is not very lucky. The cover ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Francesca Massi has dreamt of being an actress since she was 9 years old but now, at 29, her only claim to fame is starring in a car insurance advert. When Fran gets the chance to be a PA to Caroline Mason - one half of Hollywood's most powerful couple, she jumps at the chance to have a springboard for her acting career. However being a celebrity PA is nothing like Fran imagined, in fact it's hell. As Fran starts losing her friends and potential Mr Right, she starts to wonder if it's really worth it. Will Fran salvage her relationships before it's too late? Jemma Forte's debut novel Me & Miss M caught my eye when I read somewhere, Amazon I think, that it ... Read the complete review
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