sophie’s introduction. “The minute I finished writing the first Shopaholic book, I knew I wanted to write a second and I instantly knew I wanted to send Becky to . 21 Jun The wondrous adventures of Becky Bloomwood continue in this wonderful sequel to The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic. We continue from. Shopaholic Abroad [Sophie Kinsella] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. trade edition paperback, fine In stock shipped from our UK.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Rebecca is a Off the bat, I’m yet to warm up to Rebecca Bloomwood. If you haven’t started this series yet, please do. But then we are supposed to ignore his need to prove himself in America cause Becky gets her feelings hurt when they go to New York. Will travel broaden the mind…or loosen the purse strings?
I absolutely love Sophie Kinsella, with the exception of the Shopaholic series. I loved the first book in this series. Having said that, I do think it could be read without having read Confessions first, or after a long suopaholic as the story stands well enough on its own and Becky usefully fills in any background details that you need to know or might have forgotten!
And then gets by with it? When he asks why and starts to believe she has taken up Michael’s zhopaholic to live in Washington DC, Becky reveals her intent to return to New York to work at Barneys as a personal shopper. Overall, this book shpoaholic a fun, satisfying escape. I’m using this newfound knowledge to see if I can find some appreciation for the Shopaholic series after all, but so far, no. Published December 27th by Dell Publishing Company first published The Museum of Modern Art!
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Mine is hsopaholic shoe-related story but this time the shoes were for my then boyfriend now husband. Shopaholic takes Manhattan was a fun book to read.
This was a terrific, funny book. This is the second review in my Shopaholic Reading Challenge. I feel like she grew up a lot in this book, maybe even more than in the first, no matter how subtle it is. If you loved book 1 you’ll this one even more.
However, reading the sequel, I often felt like I was reading the exact same book over again, but w Love her or hate her, Rebecca Bloomwood is possibly one of shopaholiv most memorable characters in current fiction. If Becky gives up the Plaza, she’ll have to pay a penalty of a hundred thousand. She has regular TV appearances representing fashion styles, which gains her more than three times her viewers back. Becky is more aware of her tendencies, even though that doesn’t mean she doesn’t make mistakes again ’cause she makes A LOT of them 4.
Is Becky too dazzled to care?
But Luke Brandon – I just adore Luke. Pure dumb luck is the only thing that pulls her out of the strange and contradictory situations that this girl gets herself into.
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He thanks her, although Luke admits he was angry about it because she should have told him. Want to Read saving…. Whopaholic tells Becky the empty 2nd floor of the building he owns, will be the future home of a financial public relations business called “Bridges and Billington” and the Bank of London will be one of their future clients.
I know I know – I hated the first one, why read the second?
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She even loses her current job on Morning Coffee, and is replaced by her former co-worker Clare Edwards, who Becky never liked, being boring and smug. I wasn’t expecting to tear up while reading this, but a person’s life can’t always be great, even when it’s sjopaholic fictional character’s.
I would’ve cried into the book. Abdoad goes back to her overspending ways and retorts that NYC is her real home, the place she is destined to fulfill her dreams and spend the rest of her life in. Becky has convinced Luke to go off and take a mini-break to the country. There’s only drive, determination, and more drive.
This time, her crazy antics reached Manhattan, and Carrie Bradshaw was right to steer clear of her while she’s in town. Whether it’s what Becky’s saying or doing or simply the way it’s described, it’s hilarious and I love this series for making me decompress.