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Soup in the City

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  4 reviews
When she's not abusing credit cards, caffeine and carbohydrates, Avery St. George wonders how to penetrate Manhattan's unforgiving outer shell. If she could just lose a few pounds and squeeze into the right labels, her friends might actually invite her to some of their A-list functions. But then Avery loses her lucrative hedge fund job and has much bigger questions to pond ...more
Paperback, 260 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Margate Media Group, LLC (first published June 25th 2008)
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Very fun story- full of interesting insights on life in New York. Story moves along at a good clip with good characters as the Avery learns to stand on her own feet.
April R
I LOVED IT. I just wish I had a better ending with Kevin and Avery!
Thad Osburn
I don't normally read glittery pink books, but this is a smart, funny read that belies its genre. I recommended it to my sister and mom, and they enjoyed it immensely.
This was a nice breezy read. Kelly has a style I like and the message was even better. Recommend.
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