MissFit

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Random House, 2005 - Career development - 374 pages
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Jimmy has big dreams for his daughter Charlie. Well, one big dream: a huge wedding to a rich and handsome Greek. Actually, scrub that. Any Greek will do. Charlie would rather drown in a maggot-infested swamp, but what's new? She's never fitted in with things at home. Work, though, is a different story. Charlie's been promoted. She's now the funky studio manager at The Zone, an exclusive Total Body Emporium (that's a gym to you and me) where pop stars and plebs alike walk in to work out. Things are looking good and with the arrival of Karl, a multi-talented dancer, her love life's on the up too. However, with The Zone about to become the focus of a Channel Four reality show, the pressure is on. Charlie realises she has to raise her game, but she doesn't know the half of it. She may indeed be getting shagged senseless, but she's also about to get screwed something rotten. MissFit is a hilarious tale of keeping fit, fitting in, and one massively devious fit-up. Oh, and a fat Greek dad.

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User Review  - Stella - Goodreads

Didn't think I was enjoying it, but got quite into it by the end. Quite a fun book and love the crazy Greek characters Read full review

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User Review  - Richard Mulholland - Goodreads

Great fun Read full review

About the author (2005)

Maria Beaumont used to be the bad-ass daughter of a working-class Cockney-Greek immigrant. She has since re-invented herself as a respectable middle-class housewife living in a posh North London suburb.

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