Shoe Addicts Anonymous - Beth Harbison Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099514826 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Beth Harbison / Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2008-08-28 by Arrow Books Ltd
Newest Review: ... her self esteem is at an all time low. Sandra's only enjoyment in life is buying shoes online...after all, it doesn't matter ... more
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Lorna, Helene, Sandra, and Joss are four very different women; al ...
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by - written on 23/11/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
Lorna is a waitress with a passion for shoes and likes nothing better than splashing out on the latest pair of Jimmy Choo's or Manalo Blahnik's. When she arrives home one day to find that her electricity has been cut off, she's confused. Surely she paid the bill, didn't she? Well, no as it happens she didn't, she bought shoes instead. As she finally opens her bills the reality hits her. Lorna is in debt. $30,000 worth of debt....and she only has shoes to show for it. Lorna realises that if she wants to clear her debt shoes cannot feature in her immediate future. Feeling she can't go without her fix, she places an ad online for a weekly meet which she calls ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/08, updated on 01/12/08 (Useful, 152 readings)
**** Shoe Addicts Anonymous by Beth Harbison **** This book is about four very different woman who all have one thing in common .They all have the same shoe size and love shoes. **Characters** Lorna-Unfortunately this is a character i can relate to-she can't stop spending money even though she is in debt.She is the one that brings the group together as she wants to stop spending as much money on shoes but doesn't want to give them up and thinks that this is the perfect way to do so. Helene-This character shows that money does not buy happiness as she wants to leave her husband but doesn't know how she will manage without ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/08 (Very useful, 200 readings)
I am a book addict. I can't help it - no matter how many I have on my shelf to read, or how big the 'on-loan' pile from the library is, if I see another book that looks appealing to me, I have to have it. Depending on how much it appeals to me, it'll end up near the top of the pile and this book was one of those. My library pile was nicely ordered but when I finished my previous one, my next choice wasn't really that appealing, so I skipped down the pile a bit and pulled this book out. It sounded funny, which was just what I needed so I decided to give it a go, hoping it'd be another successful choice of mine! Lorna, Helene, Sandra and Joss all love shoes. ... Read the complete review
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