Missfit - Maria Beaumont Reviews
Description:Genre: Fictio/Romance / Author: Maria Beaumont / Publication Date: 2005 / Publisher: Arrow Books
Newest Review: ... episode. Likable characters I liked a lot of the characters in the book, Charlie is mainly good and has an ethical view on ... more
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Maria Beaumont Missfit
Pages: 356, Edition: 1st BCA Edition, Paperback, Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 17/11/11 (Very useful, 29 readings)
This is a review of the 2005 book 'Miss Fit ' by Maria Beaumont. I had heard good reviews of this author's first book 'Marsha Mellow and Me' so was looking forward to reading this one. I was also drawn to the bright front cover which featured a prominent pink sheep amongst many white (normal) ones! Gym bunny The book follows "Charlie" who is half Greek and works at a posh gym (the Zone) as a reception manager. The book mainly focuses on what happens at work but it is all good fun and Charlie gets into many silly scrapes with her second in command, the quirky Daniel. Funny book This book has lots of comedic value and is has a ... Read the complete review
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