Shopping With The Enemy

Shopping With The Enemy : (Annie Valentine Book 6)

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The opponents: mothers vs. daughters
The battle scene: a boutique changing room

Fashion-guru Annie's well-dressed world is falling apart - first she has lost her legendary sense of style, and now her daughter Lana seems to have become her worst enemy. Even her multi-millionairess friend, Svetlana, is having daughter trouble - she's at war with Elena over their business in New York.

A trip to a luxurious Italian spa seems like the perfect way to forget her problems. But celery juice and Pilates can't solve the disasters that are about to strike . . .

Will Annie rescue her passion for fashion?

And can mothers and daughters ever truly be friends?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 128 x 196 x 28mm | 299.37g
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Corgi Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0552163198
  • 9780552163194
  • 242,371

Review quote

- "Sexy and flirtatious. The most fun you can have with the lights on! --Katie Fforde - "As fun and frothy as a poolside pina colada!" --"Heat" - "Outrageously funny... filled with shopaholic fabulousness." --"Now"
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About Carmen Reid

Carmen Reid is the bestselling author of the Personal Shopper series, starring Annie Valentine.

She has worked as a newspaper journalist and columnist, but now writes fiction full-time. Carmen also writes a series for teen readers, Secrets at St Jude's.

Join Carmen online for all her latest news, competitions and exclusive content, plus Annie
Valentine's fabulous fashion blog!
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175 ratings
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4 35% (62)
3 27% (47)
2 6% (11)
1 2% (3)
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