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Latest Accessory (Meet Me at the Bar #2)

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Evelyn, a lawyer with attitude and a penchant for Mr Wrongs has moved to a loft in Clerkenwell and her anxiety levels are way up. She's got problems with debt, with builders, with friends, with her love life and the usual problems at work. Add a stalker to the equation and there's disaster.
Paperback, 312 pages
Published June 4th 1999 by Trafalgar Square (first published 1997)
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Karschtl
Mar 26, 2008 Karschtl rated it did not like it
Started reading it, but I didn't like the first 50 pages (the style, the story). And since there are so many books sitting on my shelf I deciced not to finish it (which is a thing that does not happen very often, but I think I shouldn't waste my now precious reading time).
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Jul 22, 2014 mlle-cassis rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Le vrai résultat? Une catastrophe. Mal écrit, mal traduit, insultant et dégradant envers les femmes, réduites à un clitoris qui palpite et un usage hystérique de la carte de crédit, une caricature de chicklit dans le mauvais sens du terme. Gênant, très gênant.

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