Bicoastal Babe

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New American Library, 2006 - Fiction - 313 pages
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A stylish debut novel that asks: How many frequent flyer miles does it take to land Mr. Right?

Not exactly what you'd call a goddess of cutting edge culture, Lindsey Miller is shocked when she's offered the über-hip job of writing "The Pulse," a newsletter that tracks white-hot trends in everything from fashion to cosmetics to entertainment. Before long, Lindsey finds herself on a whirlwind bicoastal romp as she jet-sets between New York and Los Angeles, fumbling to uncover what's cool today-and what will be the next big thing tomorrow.

The grit and glamour of Manhattan is electrifying -and so is Victor Ragsdale, the slick Wall Street broker who charms her with his street-smart savvy manner. But the warmth and sunshine of L.A. is bliss-and so is Danny Wynn, the dreamy blonde surfer who sweeps her into his strong, suntanned arms.

Lindsey's two lives are both so exciting-and both so different. But disaster strikes when her evil trend-spotting partner begins to expose Lindsey for what she really is: tragically un-hip and only one dirty martini away from being found out and fired.

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Reviewed by: Angie Book provided by: Publisher Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Bicoastal Babe is one humorous read. Poor Lindsay isn’t recovering from a recent breakup with the man she ... Read full review

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User Review  - ennie - LibraryThing

Next to New York City, evil Hollywood is my setting of choice, and this book has both. Lindsey gets paid to alternate living in NYC and LA and track and write about trends. The job seems amorphous and ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2006)

Cynthia Langston travels regularly between California and New York for her own market research company. Her writing has appeared in Playboy, Scholastic Inc., and Film Journal International.

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