The Lipstick Chronicles (1-4)

The Lipstick Chronicles (1-4)

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by Kathryn Shay, Lynn Emery, Vivian Leiber, Fiona Kelly
     
 

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The hilariously sexy chronicle of five women at work, at play, and in love.

Together, Elyssa, Alix, Dana, Carole, and Robyn make up Allheart.com, the online greeting card company where romance is more than just business. With lives in progress and love in limbo, they aren't asking for much. Just a decent man, a good cocktail, and a close friend. In the meantime,

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The hilariously sexy chronicle of five women at work, at play, and in love.

Together, Elyssa, Alix, Dana, Carole, and Robyn make up Allheart.com, the online greeting card company where romance is more than just business. With lives in progress and love in limbo, they aren't asking for much. Just a decent man, a good cocktail, and a close friend. In the meantime, two out of three ain't bad.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425191750
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/04/2003
Series:
Lipstick Chronicles Series , #1
Pages:
448
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.00(d)

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Meet the Author

Kathryn Shay also writes under the name Kathryn Shaefer and has won many awards for her romantic novels. Fiona Kelly is the author of By a Nose, and writes historical and contemporary romances as Kinley MacGregor. Vivian Leiber writes as Arlynn Pressler and is the RITA Award-winning author of more than two dozen romance novels. Lynn Emery has written contemporary romance novels.

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The Lipstick Chronicles (Lipstick Chronicles Series #1) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is composed of four stories of how four very different collegues fall in love in very different ways. 'The Lipstick Chronicles' was a book i just couldn't put down. The steamy nights and the busy days are something every women can relate to. It's an amazing book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was good. It was a quick read but the book advertises 5 stories and there are only 4. Dana's story is not included although there is a intro to it on the back cover. They should also have let the reader know when and if 'Book Two' will be available.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I THOUGHT THIS BOOK WAS VERY GOOD i was a bit iffy at frist but it turned out good for me i would recommened this book.. i would rate this book A-... it would of been A+... BUT I THINK THERE IS A STORY MISSING...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Anyone who knows Elyssa Wentworth believes her significant other is her company, Allheart.com an online greeting service. Potential investor Joe Monteigne of Highwire Industries wants to put capital into her firm because he sees possibilities, but Elyssa wonders if her attraction to Joe distorts her opinion.

Elyssa¿s young personal assistant Robyn Barrett is struggling to get to work on the new ideas but her productivity has dropped. She is attracted to Steven Rood , a pianist she met at a club. She wants him, but she wonders if he can take her seriously as everyone knows she is a flit.

Saleswoman Carole Titus is quite good at bringing in business to Allheart, but has no faith in men after years with her ex. That is until she is rescued by senate staffer Mitch Evans who is on a delayed flight. They are attracted to one another though she frets over being almost a decade older than him.

Alix Harris is the only one with no male troubles as she lives with a stud and is as kind a person as anyone can be. However, Alix¿s perfect world of delicious breakfasts and weekend treks, etc. ends when she learns that her roommate is gay. However there is Marc Preston to consider.

The four novellas are actually one collaborative novel that has plenty of camaraderie and romance lighting up the DC skies. The four ¿tales¿ plus that of a fifth female employee that runs through each segment are a delight for romance readers. The authors insure each woman never loses their basic personality established relatively early. Thus the audience receives a warm tale of friendship and love.

Harriet Klausner