[KINDLE] ✓ Free Read ✓ Glamour : by Louise Bagshawe å #2020


  • Title: Glamour
  • Author: Louise Bagshawe
  • ISBN: 9781440699528
  • Page: 328
  • Format: ebook

  • Glamour By Louise Bagshawe The internationally bestselling author of Sparkles is back with an irresistibly juicy novel about three powerful women once best friends, now deadly rivals Texan honey Sally Lassiter, English rose Jane Morgan, and exotic Jordanian beauty Helen Yanna meet at an exclusive girls school in L.A and vow that nothing will ever tear them apart But when catastrophe strikes, twoThe internationally bestselling author of Sparkles is back with an irresistibly juicy novel about three powerful women once best friends, now deadly rivals Texan honey Sally Lassiter, English rose Jane Morgan, and exotic Jordanian beauty Helen Yanna meet at an exclusive girls school in L.A and vow that nothing will ever tear them apart But when catastrophe strikes, two of the young women find themselves grieving and penniless, and the third will be forced into a fate she could never have foreseen In their struggle to rebuild their lives, Helen, Sally, and Jane come together to create a high end department store called Glamour But as money and recognition rocket them into the spotlight, they quickly discover what happens to promises when money is no object, lust has no bounds, and glamour is worth everything in this seductive rags to riches saga.
    Louise Bagshawe
    Louise Daphne Bagshawe was born on 28 June 1971 in England, UK She attended local all girls Catholic schools near her family home in Surrey, before going to Oxford University in 1989 After graduating with a degree in Anglo Saxon and Norse, she worked as press officer with EMI records and then as a marketing official with Sony Music On her 22nd birthday, her passion for writing was realised with a major publishing deal as Louise Bagshawe She is the author of than fifteen novels, published in than eight languages She is sister of the also writer Tilly Bagshawe.Louise married Anthony LoCicero, and they had three children, but since June 2011, she is married with her second husband Peter Mensch She lives in Northamptonshire with her family, and has been the Parliamentary Candidate for Corby and East Northants since November 2006, and became the Member of Parliament for Corby after winning the seat at the 2010 general election.

    Glamour By Louise Bagshawe

    Commentaires:

    Arielle Walker
    This book is utterly ridiculous There is not a single thing I found authentic about any of the characters, and the actual plot was so implausible and non existent that I have no idea how anyone could think it makes any sense And yet, in some weird way, I found myself enjoying this Oh, I don t think Glamour is any good, but I personally liked reading a ridiculous rags to riches book for a change In another review where the book in question was far better than here, it must be said I mentioned tha [...]

    Johnny Hazelnut
    Is also a novel by a certain Louise Bagshawe and, in my quest for awful books full of derp and rage, I read it because the bumf on the back said she was a British answer to some American chick lit scribbler and given that I have a special loathing for chick lit, I just had to immerse myself in this wasteland of edgy, sophisticated women and handsome, powerful men as the bumf refers to it as.I wish I hadn t.Executive SummaryThe adventures of three nasty minded backstabbing wank baskets who everyo [...]

    ♥ Marlene♥
    Back in the days I did enjoy Louise Bagshawe s books I think she has some great books but also some flops I think this belongs to the latter category alas.To be fair I enjoyed the first half Young girls having to fight, but after a while it started to bore and annoy me.All 3 girls get rich All of them find a very strong harlequin kind of macho guy who are all very handsome and all 3 are controlling which the 3 women love They are interchangeable.Yes I love books about women and their struggles [...]

    Amy
    This was terrible, awful, no good Yeah, it had a plot, but that was about it That s all it felt like it had boring lurches from point A to point B I defy you to actually like or believe in any of the characters I don t know why I kept reading it and even finished it Should ve thrown it at the wall much sooner, rather than waiting until the end.If you want good sex scenes They re not here If you want wit Absent If you want actual glamour Not present I LIKE fluffy, cheesy, romance chick lit books [...]

    Sophie
    A story about how success can almost tear a friendshop apart Three friends who have been through rough times finally find each other after years apart and form a company But as the saying goes, you should never work with friends or family.It was ok, I didnt hate it but its not one of those books that stays in my mind after I have read it The author tried to cram too many years in the book and as a result it seemed confusing and rushed The romance unrealistic, who begs someone to marry them after [...]

    Bree
    I was under the impression that this would be like Bergdorf Blondes or Sex in the City so I wasn t ready to read something similar Lately I have been moving away from that Chick Lit stuff While this was still Chick Lit it told the story through 3 completely different girls Bagshawe took her time to tell the story of each girl There were times when I would have prefered to read about one girl over the other but i liked all three which is surprising to me I definitely suggest this if you wanna ste [...]

    Holly
    Another fabbie read from Louise Bagshawe As ever, three girls come from nowhere in this case, social disgrace after attending an elite LA school to prove themselves in business, getting their hearts broken and mended along the way If you ve ever read a Louise Bagshawe before, you ll know the way her stories work, and although they all follow the same formula, they re all as addictive and un put down able as ever One for those looking for a new chick lit author, and for fans who find her books FA [...]

    Vanessa James
    Really enjoyed reading this book from the first page There s so much to it It was so interesting following the paths of 3 young girls as they grow up, watching their friendship from a tender a age and what can happen when we grow up Some bits were hard to read and very sad, but so real as a lot of the hardships they go through have happened the world over to many people It was a real feel good book seeing how you can over come any obstacle that life throws your way It definitely made me feel ins [...]

    Sancta Fernandez
    Glamour is one among the best books that I have read It is a page turner and very motivating Although it may seem unrealistic and therefore not much appreciated, I don t see the point of reading fiction then Stories are all about a little bit of magic that makes one want to believe and move forward Glamour does that Compelling and a help during hard times Who knows maybe somebody somewhere rose to success just like these women Must read

    Ruth Soz
    The beginning of this was not good It read like poorly written YA fiction and the word chick was used entirely too much The poor editing was annoying too, like switching characters last names by accident However, around page 75 it started to get better and slowly worked its way up to a three star rating.

    Eloise
    Three girls go to Milton Academy and become friends Unfortunately, each experiences an event in her life that forces her to leave Milton Each is trying to compensate for the event during the life The women create a business, Glamour Glamour was a fun read and enjoyed the relationships and characters.

    Nu Suhaili
    One of my most favorite stories I read it first when I was in my early teens, and I ve been dreaming of reading it again for years The second time around, I do notice that the style of writing was not as mature as the first time around Mostly because it was over 5 years since I could get my hands on the book again However, the story stuck to me And it was worth the reread.

    Arrica Lee
    Flawless writing, flawless characters Three friends with diverse cultures and personalities blend together into one glamorous trio Aside from all the ichy bitchy bits, there are the sweet, cheesy moments that keep me glued to the book I can definitely see a movie production out of this book.

    Hani Norisham
    I enjoyed reading this book and can hardly put it down the moment I started to read it Despite the hardship and turmoils faced by the girls, I loved how Bagshawe sprinkled the elements of glamour, sparkles and style along with it.

    Shae
    I enjoyed this book, to an extent Some of it was a bit contrived, mostly the ending But I m glad it ended the way it did, nonetheless It was engaging, at the very least Kept me entertained on an airplane Picked it up at Texas Book Festival in October Finally got around to reading it.

    Kathryn
    I loved this book, and didn t even guess what was going to happen at the end I loved all 3 characters, and wouldn t have liked to have decided who should get it don t want to spoil the story.I have another Louise Bagshawe on my shelf can t wait to read it now

    Kirsten
    Fave trash read so far Utterly cliched with love interests for the texas blond bombshell, the english rose, and the middle east beauty Includes a baseball star, a billionaire, and royalty Heaps of cliched lines, I lapped it up.

    Lizzy Wallis
    I liked how this dealt with testing friendships against the rise of female success and fame.

    Z
    This book is genuinely awful I loved Sparkles and gave it credit for being chicklit with a little bit extra, but this book s like she didn t put any thought into it.

    Hollie
    A fabulous book of style, surviving and sisterhood My second read of this one and i enjoyed it just as much as i did the first time

    Joanne
    No brain power required Sit with coffee and relax.

    Beth
    It was pretty rubbish to be honest I didnt appreciate the style of writing but i suppose the general story was ok i found this book really cheesy and it sort of made me cringe in parts.

    Kathy Chung
    reviewed at Small Kucing Glamour by Louise Bagshawean easy reading but the ending was rather erupt

    Kimberly Fisher Boone
    Loved this fluffy, beach read The perfect trio of LA girls and how they survived the big city, life and all of its madness.

    Chloe. Chloe.
    Its awesome.

    Kinga
    Ok This was rather silly I file it under guilty pleasure.

    Shoaib
    It was a good read during a power outage The plot was not predictable at all Loved it.

    Shani
    Trash, easy reading, theme is you may be successful, but you need a man to be happy

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    Camille
    I enjoyed this book but I had to take a star for plausibility and then another for the nice, neat little bow of an ending I mean, these people had some tumultuous lives and then all of that just went away after some money was made Their problems became, does he like me He would like a girl like me, he s too fantastic and I m just a girl It was annoying and insulting that this was the background noise of three, powerful women Then, one part that really messed with me was when Chris and Sally went [...]

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      Published :2019-08-07T05:26:28+00:00