The Immaculate Complexion

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Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2007 - Fiction - 326 pages
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A small-town temp lands a PR job with the world's largest cosmetics company and has to contend with high-concept product launches gone spectacularly awry, tainted Botox and vengeful Park Avenue Princesses--all while preserving her individuality and her fledgling romance with a cheese conoisseur who doesn't know she's lactose intolerant.

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User Review  - rockstarmama -

I loved this book! Marnie is sweet, sensitive and sassy; a true modern woman. Each chapter left me wanting more. I took it to Hawaii for our vacation to read on the beach and I couldn't put it down. I can't wait for the sequel! ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shana - Goodreads

Murder by makeup?! What could be more interesting?! I did not know how truly "political" it is for a woman to stop wearing make up or dying her hair- makes even the crunchiest granola's cringe-and speculate aloud- especially when they are older than you. Can't wait to read this. Read full review


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