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Two Great Novels: Career Girls, The Movie

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CAREER GIRLS Rowena Gordon, an upper-class young English girl, and Topaz Rossi, a feisty American, meet and become the best of friends at Oxford. Both are determined to succeed in their chosen careers - Topaz as a journalist and Rowena as a scout for the music industry. But their friendship turns to rivalry when they fall out over a man ... THE MOVIE Screenwriter Megan Sil ...more
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Redfox5
Jul 16, 2010 Redfox5 rated it really liked it
Shelves: chick-lit, fiction
Just finished Career Girls and loved it! This book actually couldn't go ten mins without a naughty bit and I don't think I've ever read a chick lit book which mentioned blow jobs quiet as much as this one. I loved how one min I was on Rowena's side and the next min on Topaz's. A fun read :) Now to start on the next book in this great double bill: The Movie!

Just finished The Movie. It did that awful thing to me where I really wanted to hate one of the characters but ended up feeling sorry for her
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these are great books its been a good few years since i read them but since i have have read most of louises books and love each and every one.
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Louise Daphne Bagshawe was born on 28 June 1971 in England, UK. She attended local all-girls Catholic schools near her family home in Surrey, before going to Oxford University in 1989. After graduating with a degree in Anglo Saxon and Norse, she worked as press officer with EMI records and then as a marketing official with Sony Music. On her 22nd birthday, her passion for writing was realised with ...more
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