Some Like It Haute

Some Like It Haute

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Some Like It Haute 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay babe
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im here waiting
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Female 16 talent is i guess is that when she has her lunar crystal with her (she always does) she can use power from the shadows and the moon to do all kinds of stuff (i.e. shadowball, NIGHTMARE MOON CRAP!) She is mostly in the form of a shadow or in the form of a draven
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only eight extra powerful shapeshifters were in the world of Ricaness. Anais was one..........They protect and fight each one have there own talent other then shapeshifting. Anias had the talent of beings..When sommoning enough emotion she can heal, hurt, or control anything. They were separated. We have located one in Africa, another in India, we are growing stronger we fight, we protect, we live...... Please i need ppl put your bios here and i will put you in thanks.........-Ss
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pushes
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I aint no slut you stubborn cheating jacka.ss takes my steal arrow ddips it in holy water and shoots you right in the temple making it go all the way through then takes my steal sword and soaks it in holy water and then cuts off your head "that should do it you demon" walks out again
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just a warning u have a bounty for ur head. :D no one messes with my freinds and gets away with it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Walks in eearing shorts and a t-shirt. "Hey." He said nodding.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She walks in wearing a short skirt, and sheer shirt with a pink lacy bra.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
For this review (and for personal interests), I chose to read Some Like It Haute by Julie K. L. Dam. In my opinion, this book was very cute. It was sappy, cutesy, girly and very fashion- geared. Combined with important female relationships such as mother- daughter and girlfriend- girlfriend, many women would find this book amusing and a good summer poolside read. For the true fashionista, however, I don¿t think that this book does the fashion world justice. The author frequently looks at the industry superficially, and despite the fact that it is a superficial industry, there is more behind the scenes work involved that most could imagine. Another issue that disturbed me (a fashion- designer- to- be) was the fact that, to the shock of some, designers do exist beyond the range of Christian Dior, Manolo Blahnik and Coco Chanel. I kind of hoped to see a broader range of styles and ideas on the fashion spectrum than the book granted me. However, for those who aren¿t designers and designer wannabes (and even some who are), the main character was funny and helpless and dorky (sometimes with a hint of attitude) just like the majority of the female population, and she was easy to relate to and laugh with. It was a quick, fun read that flowed well and was fun to keep up with.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Texas expatriate Alex Simons writes fashion articles for the London-based The Weekly. Currently she covers Fashion Week in Paris with it¿s Tuesday it¿s Chanel. However, she makes an unbecoming entrance when her face and the left breast of six foot Latvian model Kayarina collide in a catwalk incident that makes the news. Humiliated, Alex wants to hide, but her editor tells her to write it up and get back to covering the shows. --- Alex attends the debut gala of designer Luis-Heinz, whose talent has everyone salivating. She tries to interview the brilliant recluse, but he refuses to talk to the media. Instead American consultant Nick Snow, the anti-fashion centerfold hunk, distracts her. The New Yorker is in town as a reality TV show star trying to obtain dates with models. When she learns why he is in town, Alex distrusts him even though he dumped the six foot models for her. However, when Heinz vanishes, Alex begins a quest to find him hoping to be compensated with one of his magical designs. --- This lighthearted satire is fun to read starting with the boob accident and never losing one Manolo step along the way in spite of some strange seemingly out of the fashion mainstream sidebars like the appearance of the French teacher and the hunt for Heinz. The story line never takes itself serious using the cast (except Nick) to portray the graveyard dead seriousness of the industry for instance Alex uses Excel to dress properly. As the glaring exception Nick is a big dark stain on a white blouse. Fans of fashionable chick lit tales will enjoy this flippant reverence to fashion. --- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
While well written and fast paced, Dam takes her heroine, Alex, on a melee-filled romp through the Paris shows. OK, so picture running into your high school French teacher and remembering his face or even his name, and then running into a gorgeous guy who absolutely listens to your every word - right. That's what Ms. Dam has Alex doing. Implausible in your life, just a little to cute for this plot line. However, given that this book will be coming out at an appropos time for books of this genre, we can expect to see Alex in some form speeding by the shows, maybe not in Paris, but in...Bryant Park, of all places, for a sequel.