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Little White Lies

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  • Posted November 8, 2010

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    Fun/Romantic Chick-Lit

    I picked this book up because it was set in Bath. This book, her first, made me an immediate fan. It's a bit formulaic as are all chick lit books, but it's very enjoyable and an easy read. It can be devoured in a few sittings. Perfect beach/vacation read.

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  • Posted July 15, 2009

    Cute book

    This is the first book I have read by Townley and I have already moved onto my second. It was so cute and entertaining, I didn't want to put the book down. Def. read and get lost in it.

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  • Posted May 15, 2009

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    Cute book....

    Gemma Townley is one of my favorite writers of all times. Her books are gripping from the first page and laugh-out-loud hilarious. Every story has great characters, heartwarming plots, and hilarious dialoge. You'll fall in love with all the characters from the beginning and want to read every book she has ever written. You won't regret this buy!!!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    character driven tale

    Sick of living in Bath and wanting to taste swinging London, Natalie Raglan quits her job at an advertising firm and ends her relationship with her boyfriend. Once her ties to Bath end, she moves to London. --- However, just because she moved to the big city does not mean anything has changed except that Nat feels even more alone than ever. More embarrassing is that outside of bills, wrong numbers, and crank calls, the previous renter Cressida Langdon receives all the friendly calls and fun mail. However, the frustrating turning point occurs when Cressida receives an invitation to attend a gala at swanky Soho House. Unable to resist Nat decides to attend pretending she is Cressida. Rubbing elbows at bashes at the Soho House with the rich and famous is great, but it is dating investment banker Simon that makes Nat feels she is dancing on clouds for she loves him, but also feels part of her is in the pits of hell because he loves swinging urbane Cressida not mousy Natalie. --- This character driven tale centers on a lonely individual who remakes herself by ¿stealing¿ someone else¿s image. Natalie soon learns several life lessons on deception yet also believes that without it she would never have tasted love (¿far better to have loved ¿¿). Readers will empathize with Nat as she hobnobs with the elite, which was her dream until she met Simon who she believes fell in love with her Cressida persona not the real Natalie. Fans of contemporary fiction will appreciate Natalie¿s dilemma for she knows she must reveal the truth, but that will end her relationship with the man she loves as trust is important. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2005

    Couldnt put it down!

    I rarely get so excited about ready these kind of romantic stories but everything was wonderful! I read it in one day!!! Everyone should read this!

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