Dimension: 197 x 130 x 32. I'll probably read the sequel and decide for certain when that's done, but there was no real resolution or adequate explanation of events in the end. Speaking of the good sides of this novel, there is a fair amount of humour in it. In this captivating novel about men, makeovers, and multitasking, Hester Browne marries a classic comedy of manners with a hilarious comedy of errors. My landlord even installed a security camera in my shower. Just buy it, read it , love it, and join the fandom. Nevertheless or perhaps because of it, she is quite easy to relate to we were all naive at times and she is even likable to a degree, especially when she starts to develop some spine with the help of her alter ago persona Honey.
Book is in Used-Good condition. That is never something I enjoy reading, unless there's a decent resolution of the conflict towards the end, which there wasn't. The Little Lady Agency is one of those, and it completely fits the bill for a book that you can read a little bit at a time, and not find yourself confused when you pick it back up. Honey is a woman that people — especially men — respect. I don't mind reading light and fluffy books as long as they're fun and engaging, but I really just got through this one because I don This is one of those books hoping to ride the coattails of the Bridget Jones phenomenon. She couldn't see what was right in front of her. The protagonist of this novel is a very sweet girl Melissa.
About this Item: Hodder Paperbacks, 2005. This was a wandering inner monologue that meandered in every direction. A few confusing moments the father, for one but this was one of those rare stories where the woman was competent without being bossy or 'sassy' or just plain rude and the man was kind and considerate and a gentleman! I recommend this book to anyone that's in need of a good cry because you will definitely cry after suffering to get through this stupid, stupid book. When sweet, naive Melissa seeks a job with her old Home Economics teacher she is halfway through the interview before it dawns on her that Mrs McKinnon isn't interested in her cookery skills, but is in fact running an escort agency. The Little Lady Agency is the first in a three part series starring Melissa Romney-Jones, a girl who has been fired - once again - from her job and has no clue where to go from there.
This book is dirty and has significant shelf wear, however all text is there and readable, as such it is acceptable for sale, and is still a good read. Minimal signs of usage may include very minor creasing on the cover or on the spine. We're never told how old she is, but I would imagine early to mid twenties. Once the book picked up, I actually got into it. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. I love how it avoided a lot of the cliches so prevalent in chick-lit for example, the heavenly Nelson, our leading lady Melissa's flat-mate, is neither gay nor her former lover.
May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Through Honey, she can become more confident, feel sexy, and demand what she wants, but she doesn't think she can do this as Melissa. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed. Well written, jolly good fun. I would recommend it to all lovers of the romance and chick-lit genre, but not for others Although this book started a little slow, before long I was enchanted with Melissa, the main character. The best part of this book? Not her father, the prominent member of Parliament, and not her uptight and snobbish co-workers at the estate house. You never give the milk away for free, and all of that.
And for that, I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you put your devices down laptop, mobile phone, tablet for the last hour before you go to bed, studies show you sleep better anyway. Dust jacket is in good condition. It is British humour of the lighter kind, not the really dark one that I like so much, but still there are some funny moments in it. That was nice to see. About this Item: Hodder Paperbacks, 2005. More exciting st When sweet, naive Melissa seeks a job with her old Home Economics teacher she is halfway through the interview before it dawns on her that Mrs McKinnon isn't interested in her cookery skills, but is in fact running an escort agency.
The best part of this book? Bookseller: , Washington, United States U. Signed by the author on the title page. It reminded me strongly of Bridget Jones' Diary, but wher This is chicklit, pure and unadorned. It's atypical in that it's basically clean and talks a lot about Issues of Conscience. The only content we will consider removing is spam, slanderous attacks on other members, or extremely offensive content eg. I know, not always the best way to pick a book. .
Only flag comments that clearly need our attention. I tried to share my views about it, but instead of the conclusion, I will have to get very generic and say something along the lines. But none of that has helped her get far in life or in love. I enjoyed the book enough to go get the rest of the series. As a general rule we do not censor any content on the site. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.
She enjoys Scottish reeling, driving, baking, and trawling eBay for estate sale bargains. From United Kingdom to U. About this Item: Hodder Paperbacks, 2005. There are few books that I enjoy simply reading about the day-to-day life of the characters, and this was one of them. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges.
About this Item: Pocket Books. However, these attributes have not advanced her very far in her daily life or in finding love. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. The story has a good dose of romantic hijinx and scandal lurks below the surface all the time, but you're spared any in-your-face sex scenes. Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Ted gets set up with Honey who is gullible.