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Who Gets Fluffy?

3.18 of 5 stars 3.18  ·  rating details  ·  68 ratings  ·  8 reviews
For four years, investment analyst Annie has been married to would-be novelist Mark Curtis. One Christmas Day, the Curtises realise they have drifted apart, and decide to end their marriage. But when Mark claims sole custody of Fluffy, their adored dog, Annie is outraged.
Paperback, 270 pages
Published December 2nd 2008 by Penguin UK (first published November 27th 1992)
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Jun 04, 2011 Lauren rated it 1 of 5 stars
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First, an explanation: I was given this book at dog training class, and I was too polite to say burn it, burn it with fire.

So I took it home and it had been sitting on my bedside table for months and I finally ran out of books, so.

Second, a query: how in the world does this book have a such a high rating on here?

Anyway, it's terrible. Whatever vague handwaving at cleverness this book possesses was taken from somewhere else. The characters - including Fluffy - are all caricatures, and not one of
Annie Curtis has decided enough is enough with philanderer husband Mark, and on Christmas Day tells him their marriage is over.

They decide to carry on living together with their dog Fluffy in order to maintain an amicable divorce, but that is thrown into chaos when Mark decides to go for full custody of Fluffy.

Annie is outraged because to her, the dog is her baby. Annie is determined to win the battle between the pair as several shocking truths come out, and Annie’s life is turned upside down…

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E' ormai -purtroppo- lo stereotipo della donna moderna: bella - o quanto meno formosa -; esperta di moda; in carriera; incurante dell'orologio biologico; una frana con i bambini, e ancor di più in cucina, darebbe un anno di vita pur di non scheggiarsi le unghie appena laccate o di indossare le ultime Manolo Blahnik.
Questa è Annie, personal shopper all'Haines e Hampton, personaggio poco originale, che ricorda troppo la Becky kinselliana.
Il libro si apre con la causa di divorzio tra lei e Mark. Lu
Really enjoyed this, just a real nice, uncomplicated Christmas romance.

This book reminded me of the shopaholic series! Liked it very much!
A different divorce battle..........
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Judith Summers was born and brought up in London, England.

A journalist, novelist and historian,she has published five novels and five non-fiction titles.

Her memoir, My Life with George, and its sequel, The Badness of King George, both became international bestsellers, and her definitive history of Soho won the London Tourist Board Book of the Year award in 1990.

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