As Seen on TV

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Red Dress Ink, 2003 - Fiction - 381 pages
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When Sunny Langstein decides to pack up Florida life and move in with her boyfriend inManhattan, her big sister isn't thrilled. What modern-day twenty-four-year-old leave her promising career, fabulous friends and perfect underground parking spot with accompanying convertible for... a guy? Only, Sunny has an additional incentive; the chance to star on Party Girls, the latest reality-television show. True, she might become a national laughingstock and it pays nothing, BUT it's a job - a job in Manhattan. She'll get to be with her boyfriend, Steve. Okay, so she can't tell anyone she isn't single -- but with freebie designer clothes, alpha-beta peels and coconut-cream pedicures to make her transformation into a made-for-TV single girl complete... she can't lose! But when the show's premier plunges Sunny into a media frenzy of talk shows, tampon endorsements, TV heartthrobs and S&M toys, how long will it take for Sunny to lose track of where she ends and her alter ego, Sunny Lang the über Fashionista Single Superstar, begins?

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A chick flick of a book about a woman who moves to New York for her boyfriend but gets caught up in a reality show that blurs her moral compass and endangers her relationships. Read full review

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Section 1
44
Section 2
62
Section 3
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About the author (2003)

Sarah Mlynowski was born on January 4, 1977 in Montreal, Canada. She attended McGill University where she graduated with a degree in English Literature. She later moved to Toronto to work for Harlequin Enterprises Ltd. She used her romance publishing experiences to fuel her first novel Milkrun. She now writes full-time and her other works include Fishbowl, Monkey Business, Me Vs. Me, and Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn't Have). She also writes the Magic in Manhattan series. In 2014 her title, Bad Hair Day, made The New York Times Best Seller List.

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