If Andy Warhol Had a Girlfriend

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Berkley Books, 2005 - Fiction - 285 pages
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She knows all about art, but does she know what she likes? Jane Laine used to know a lot about art. But that was before she started managing a prominent gallery, and long before she met 'it' artist Ian Rhys-Fitzsimmons. Jane can't seem to put a finger on what exactly is so "it" about his work. In fact, as far as she can tell, he's a big fraud and his fifteen minutes of fame should be over by now. Which could be kind of a problem-since Jane is the one who has to accompany him on a five-month international art fair tour. To get through it all, Jane figures she'll be a good sport and keep her critiques to herself. Until, traveling with this alleged genius from London to Rome and beyond, she starts to understand the connection between art and love-and the fact that in both, perspective is everything.

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User Review  - periwinklejane - LibraryThing

Sometimes, I just want to read a book about a smart but not overly pretty modern woman who's trying to find Mr. Right. Chick lit fills a niche, but I don't want it to be dumb. Pace is a lively, smart writer who represents the genre really well. I wish Meg Cabot wrote like this. Read full review

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User Review  - lalawe - LibraryThing

I loved the premise of the book - going on a 5 month round-the-world art tour - but was disappointed that the author handled large chunks of it with the literary equivalent of "flipping through the ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Alison Pace is the author of the novels If Andy Warhol Had A Girlfriend, Pug Hill, Through Thick And Thin, and City Dog. Her essays have been included in several anthologies including Howl: A Collection Of The Best Contemporary Dog Wit. She lives in New York City where she is at work on another book.

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