Chasing Harry Winston

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Thorndike Press, 2008 - Fiction - 515 pages
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Leigh, Adriana and Emmy are best friends, all leading very different lives and about to make some extreme choices... Emmy has just split with her boyfriend of five years. A serial monogamist, she suddenly realises how much she's missed the thrill of single life. A new job travelling across the globe could offer her the one thing she is craving. Leigh, on the surface appears to have it all – a fantastic job and a gorgeous high–profile boyfriend. But buried deep down is a woman racked with nerves and a life–long ambition not yet realised. Adriana is breathtakingly beautiful and can have any man she wants, but prefers to play the field.Yet suddenly the excitement of yet another fling begins to lose its edge. Perhaps it is time for her to start thinking about settling down. The three girls meet for dinner one evening and make a pact – they each have to change one thing in their lives by the end of the year. But will they keep to their decisions ? And will their choices come at a high price ?

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User Review  - Dream24 - LibraryThing

I gave this book a try a few years back. Something about the book made it difficult for me to get into. To be honest, I gave it a few tries and days but ultimately never finished the book. Read full review

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User Review  - ErikaWasTaken - LibraryThing

So I don't like Weisberger's books. They lack the charm of Helen Fielding and her characters are much what I imagine the cast of the Hills grows up to be. It was good for a lazy, rainy day read or maybe while stuck on an airplane. But I won't be passing it around any time soon. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2008)

Lauren Weisberger was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania on March 28, 1977. She graduated from Cornell University in 1999 with a B.A. in English. After backpacking abroad she moved to Manhattan and worked as the assistant to the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue. Less than a year later Weisberger was writing reviews for Departures magazine and attending evening writing classes. Her New York Times bestseller "The Devil Wears Prada" was published in 2003 and made into a major motion picture starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway. Weisberger has also written the novels "Everyone Worth Knowing" and "Chasing Harry Winston".

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