Tan Lines: A Novel of Sex and Sunburn - J.J. Salem Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330453289 / Genre: Fiction / Author: J.J. Salem / Paperback / 359 Pages / Book is published 2008-05-02 by Pan Books
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J. J. Salem Tan Lines: A Novel of Sex and Sunburn
A stylish, sexy and scarily addictive summer bonkbuster
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Customer Tan Lines: A Novel of Sex and Sunburn - J.J. Salem Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Book reviews have never been a real strong point of mine but since I joined Dooyoo Ive read so many great book reviews that Ive ended up reading them myself and so I thought Id try my hand at reviewing a couple of them over the next few days starting with this one "Tan Lines By J.J Salem". I had never read any other books by this author before but it was recommended to me on amazon based on my older book purchases so I bought it a few weeks back and read it about 4 days ago. Tan Lines is the story of three women and revolves around what all three of them did one summer when they met up (as they do once a year) in the Hamptons. You are introduced to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/08 (Useful, 8 readings)
I took this book on holiday with me, not thinking id get chance to read it, and to be honest there wasnt really time, i just had to make the time once i had read the first few pages on the plane. THis book tells the story of 3 friends, who are all very different, yet now do the obligatory meet up each year. Each chapter is writeen from alternating perspectives of each of the 3 girls. THey all have there own story to tell which comes out in time, and they each interlink with the other in some sort of way. This book is a definate for any girl who reads the usual celeb magazines, and can mulitsak to an extent. One thing i did enjoy in particular was the fact i ... Read the complete review
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