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PDF ñ BOOK Slave to Fashion FREE ↠ [KINDLE] ✽ Slave to Fashion Author Rebecca Campbell – Gwairsoft.co.uk Fashion college has taught Katie Castle everything she ever needed to know how to smoke cigarettes and drink; how to flirt with gay men and straight women; how to get into clubs without paying Possess Fashion college has taught Fashion college has taught Katie Castle everything she ever needed to know how to smoke cigarettes and drink; how to flirt with gay men and straight women; how to get into clubs without paying Possessed of a sharp eye and a stiletto tongue Katie talks her way into the job of her dreams Working for chic designer Penny Moss Katie snags not only a town house in Lo This was a really witty fun book Sometimes you just need to read something that makes you laugh all the way through You go from hating the main character to liking her to pitying her and sometimes even being ashamed of her The author did a good job of keeping it real There was no sugar coating on this one

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Ndon’s Primrose Hill but also a cute fiancé Ludo who happens to be Penny’s son But one act of libidinal folly with the company delivery driver costs Katie everything job boyfriend flat friends Will she be forced to move back with her sartorially challenged parents? Or can she maneuver a return to fashion that somehow doesn’t involve gasp retail?Rebecca C The Katie character ruined this story I couldn't like her She was close to everything I try not to be Didn't even feel that bad about her misfortunes Was hoping for a fun witty story but got racist self righteous ignorance instead I would not recommend this book to anyone

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Slave to FashionAmpbell has invented a wisecracking heroine who’ll keep you laughing right up to the last page Katie’s misfortune will be your delight as this irrepressible wit carpe diems herself into a set of adventures that once again propels her to the top Slave to Fashion marks the arrival of an uncommonly smart and very funny new writer From the Trade Paperback editi It wasn't as bad as I thought