Lipstick Jungle

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Little, Brown Book Group Limited, 2005 - Chick lit - 353 pages
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It's a jungle out there. Dress accordingly. In her fourth book, Candace Bushnell brings readers close to three powerful New York City women, each at the top of her field, each navigating her way through work, relationships, success, and scandal. Nico O'Neilly is the ultimate executive--glamorous and always in control--until her marriage loses steam, and she is tempted to find refuge in the arms of a younger man. Wendy Healy, president of Parador Pictures and mother of three children, may not be able to save her most important production--her family. And Victory Ford, a wildly successful fashion designer and girlfriend of a billionaire, begins to question love and money--why shouldn't a woman be as rich as a man?

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User Review  - mrsdanaalbasha - LibraryThing

Lipstick Jungle weaves the stories of Nico O'Neilly, Wendy Healy, and Victory Ford, numbers 8, 12, and 17 on The New York Post's list of "New York's 50 Most Powerful Women." But this is 21st Century ... Read full review

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User Review  - Judy.Welker.Frick - LibraryThing

Lipstick Jungle is the story of Victory, Nico, and Wendy and their lives in New York City. Written by the same author who wrote Sex and the City. This was a somewhat fun read, but not necessarily my kind of book. Read full review

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Candace Bushnell was born in Glastonbury, Connecticut on December 1, 1958. She attended Rice University and New York University. She worked as a freelancer and wrote pieces about women, relationships and dating for Mademoiselle, Self Magazine, and Esquire. In 1993, she began writing for the New York Observer and in November 1994, she created the column Sex and the City, which ran in the New York Observer for two years. The column was turned into a book in 1996, became a hit television series, and a blockbuster movie. She is also the author of 4 Blondes (2000), Trading Up (2003), Lipstick Jungle (2005), One Fifth Avenue (2008), The Carrie Diaries (2010), Summer and the City (2011), and Killing Monica (2105). She received the 2006 Matrix Award for books and the Albert Einstein Spirit of Achievement Award.

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