Lethally Blonde [NOOK Book]

Overview

Madison. Becca. Porsche. Alexa. Vanessa. Chloe.

The It Girls

They're rich, fabulous...and dangerously underestimated.

It Girl: Porsche Rothschild

Mission: Pose as Hollywood big shot Jeremy Reins's girlfriend and find out who's making threats against the movie star.

Being beautiful and rich simply wasn't enough -- I needed to get a life. Then...

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Lethally Blonde

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Overview

Madison. Becca. Porsche. Alexa. Vanessa. Chloe.

The It Girls

They're rich, fabulous...and dangerously underestimated.

It Girl: Porsche Rothschild

Mission: Pose as Hollywood big shot Jeremy Reins's girlfriend and find out who's making threats against the movie star.

Being beautiful and rich simply wasn't enough -- I needed to get a life. Then the Gotham Roses asked little-old-me to join their high-society crime-fighting team. But I'm so not sure about this first assignment -- baby-sitting Jeremy Reins and his crazy entourage in L.A. He's been getting death threats, but is this pretty-boy actor making up the stalker to get more attention? I thought so -- until the first bullet whizzed by me. At least my BFF, Marlena, is here. We'll ferret out the truth. Then it's back to important business -- like picking out my Oscar dress....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552543771
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 11/1/2007
  • Series: It Girls Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 922,194
  • File size: 225 KB

Meet the Author

Nancy Bartholomew began writing out of absolute desperation. Stuck in a cookie-cutter suburban subdivision with only toddlers and Thomas the Tank Engine to talk to, she began writing, filling her books with mayhem and mirth and catapulting herself into the middle of more trouble, mirth and mayhem than any soccer mom could handle.
Soon, feisty heroines, hunky heroes and assorted wacky relatives, friends and dogs began populating Nancy's imaginary worlds and finding their way onto publishers' desks. Nancy stole early morning quiet hours to write before the kids and work could interrupt. She baked chocolate chip cookies in the afternoons, invited a crowd of kids over to play and wrote at the kitchen table while the chaos swirled around her.
Now the boys are getting older and Nancy writes to avoid dealing with the reality of adolescence...you know... teenaged drivers, eye rolling, phrases like "Whatever!" and "I'll do it in a minute!"
She lives in North Carolina with her two boys, a large mutt named Bailey, a miniature schnauzer named Maggie who rules the roost, and a very confused bunny rabbit who seems to think she's a squirrel. If Nancy had spare time, her cottage garden wouldn't look like the horticultural equivalent of Girls Gone Wild, her funky, retro house would be halfway clean, and her paperwork would be all caught up. However, we all need something to aspire to, and a clean house is apparently not on her list of Lifetime Goals.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A delightful thriller

    The Gotham Roses recruited wealthy party animal and habitual boutique shopper Porsche Rothschild as an It Girl, a group of spoiled debutants with no meaning to their lives until they become trained to fight crime. Her first assignment is to protect Hollywood superstar Jeremy Reins and his girlfriend also without leaving the duo unprotected uncover the identity of who threatens to harm Jeremy................ In Los Angeles, Porsche assumes Jeremy is pulling a hoax to gain publicity. She writes off his claims of stalking as self promotion and wants off the baby-sitting assignment that is beneath her besides interfering with her shopping sprees. She changes her mind when she almost eats a bullet. In between hitting the designer stores, Porsche protects her charge, begins to dig into who wants to kill the idol, and even makes time with Jeremy¿s manager who she likes a lot................... The latest Gotham Roses thriller is a fun tale starring a spoiled little rich girl turned crime fighter. Fans will enjoy watching Porsche who seems like almost a spit personality between the haughty shopper and the persistent sleuth with a self deprecating sense of humor. She makes the story line whether she fights bad guys or bad store clerks in this latest lampooning of crime busters.............. Harriet Klausner

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