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by Sophie Kinsella

eBook Shopaholic Ties The Knot: (Shopaholic Book 3) epub
  • ISBN: 0552999571
  • Author: Sophie Kinsella
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Women's Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Black Swan (July 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • ePUB size: 1554 kb
  • FB2 size 1737 kb
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However, Shopaholic Ties the Knot is definitely not her best.

However, Shopaholic Ties the Knot is definitely not her best. In the other Shopaholic books, protagonist Becky Bloomwood, is ditzy and self-indulgent, but basically a fun and sweet girl that you can sort of identify with. In this book, that mostly goes out the window. Sophie Kinsella first hit the UK bestseller lists in September 2000 with her first novel in the Shopaholic series – The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic (also published as Confessions of a Shopaholic).

Shopaholic - 3 ). Sophie Kinsella. The third book in the Shopaholic series. For Abigail, who would have found. the brilliant solution in a flash. Rebecca Bloomwood has the dream job. She's a personal shopper, so is able to spend other people’s money all day instead of her own. And she gets paid for doing it. The perfect job, the perfect man - gorgeous Luke Brandon - and no. he perfect wedding. Yes, Luke has proposed and wedding bells are in sight. No excuses are needed to start the shopping trip of all time.

Shopaholic ties the knot. Author: Sophie Kinsella. Publication date: 2004. She’s a personal shopper, so is able to spend other people’s money all day instead of her own.

Shopaholic ties the knot ( Shopaholic - 3 ) Sophie Kinsella Rebecca Bloomwood has the dream jo. The tureen? Arthur comes over, dapper in his jacket and tie. This is very special. Eighteenth-century silver.

Shopaholic ties the knot ( Shopaholic - 3 ) Sophie Kinsella Rebecca Bloomwood has the dream job. She's a personal shopper, so is able to spend other people’s money all day instead of he.

Sophie Kinsella is an international bestselling writer. She is the author of many number one bestsellers, including the hugely popular Shopaholic series. She has also written seven bestselling novels as Madeleine Wickham and several books for children

Sophie Kinsella is an international bestselling writer. She has also written seven bestselling novels as Madeleine Wickham and several books for children. She lives in the UK with her husband and family.

Shopaholic Ties the Knot is the third in the popular Shopaholic series. Becky living in blissful contentment with her boyfriend, businessman Luke Brandon, in Manhattan’s West Village, where her career as a personal shopper at Barneys has really taken off. While shopping for her best friend Suze’s upcoming nuptials, Becky can’t help but dream of a similar situation for herself, and they all come true when Luke proposes to her most romantically at Suze’s wedding in England.

Nobody does smart, screwball romantic comedy quite like Sophie Kinsella, New York Times bestselling author of the beloved Shopaholic series.

Let it go. ― Anonymous. Nobody does smart, screwball romantic comedy quite like Sophie Kinsella, New York Times bestselling author of the beloved Shopaholic series. In these four stand-alone novels, Kinsella’s charming heroines juggle work life, love life-and sometimes, e. The Best Little Book Club in Town.

Shopaholic Ties the Knot, . Part of Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella

Shopaholic Ties the Knot, . Part of Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella. Mum had bought me a commemorative book of photographs called Diana’s Big Day - and the next day I spent ages making my own version called Becky’s Big Day, with lots of drawings of me in a big frilly dress, wearing a crown. And, in some versions, carrying a magic wand. Maybe I’ve moved on a little since then.

Praise for Sophie Kinsella and Shopaholic Ties the Knot Kinsella has a genuine gift for comic writing . The Boston Globe Witty and hilarious. Another entertaining entry in Kinsella’s unabashedly fluffy Shopaholic series. Booklist Kinsella’s Bloomwood is plucky and funny. com and sent me 2 Shopaholic and Sisters - harumph!)

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It is a Shopaholic Series Novel. Total pages: 142. Start Reading.

Rebecca Bloomwood has the dream job. She's a personal shopper, so is able to spend other people's money all day instead of her own. And she gets paid for doing it. The perfect job, the perfect man - gorgeous Luke Brandon - and now...the perfect wedding. Yes, Luke has proposed and wedding bells are in sight. No excuses are needed to start the shopping trip of all time. And Becky's parents are just assuming that the wedding will be at home - a marquee in the garden and Becky in her mum's wedding dress, which she's been saving specially for the occasion. But Luke's mother has very different ideas - a huge affair in New York in a forest glade setting - or perhaps a Venetian Ball, or a fin de siecle extravagance? Now Becky's getting confused. She doesn't want to say 'no' to anyone. The plans are going ahead, and soon it will be too late to turn back - from either wedding...
Comments: (7)
Daigami
So, I'm totally in love with the Shopaholic series, but this book was the one I had the most difficulty relating to. I'm still giving it five stars because I think it was really well-done, but the conflict in this one was difficult for me to deal with--almost TOO scary! I'd like to say that nothing like that would ever happen to me, just like I'd like to say that I'd never get into debt and throw away my bills without reading them, but...it's like reading about all my worst fears! I don't want to say any more and spoil the plot, so you, dear reader, will have to read it yourself to find out just what was so nail-biting.

Which is one of the achievements of this series. It seems so lighthearted and glittery, and it is, but it uses its surface glitter to tap into deep-seated fears and problems. How do you deal with the fact that you have recurring patterns of behavior that you can't seem to control and that repeatedly cause problems for you and the people you love? How do you deal with the conflicting demands of your family, your in-laws, and your own desires? How do you stop things that you've innocently set into motion out of a desire not to make things bad, but that are now threatening to blow up in your face? Becky Bloomwood is peculiarly like a figure out of classical or Shakespearean tragedy (snobs, stop your howls of outrage!), caught up in the inevitability of her fate and her character, it's just that her problems come wrapped up in Vera Wang wedding dresses. Technically there's so much to love here, despite a certain repetition that keeps repeating itself (haha!) as the series goes on, and scholars of literary technique would do well to study the apparent lighthearted effortless that Kinsella imbues her plot with, even as she draws subtly on tricks from detective and horror fiction in order to keep the tension ramped up to high.
Biaemi
It's not that I expected much really. I did read the first two books - more out of curiosity than anything else - and I must say, contrary to what I thought, I quite liked them. I would't say they were the best I've read, but good enough to read something between things.
This book however, was just plain boring. I guess I got tired of Becky Bloomwood. In fact, I don't really like her. I didn't mind before but somehow, in this book, she really stared to annoy me. I must admit that I did wonder at some point how she was going to pull the wedding thing off, but other than that I found myself skipping pages because I just couldn't be bothered. Which is something I seldom do.

I was hoping that this book would surprise me as well, but, all in all not that great for me.
I guess I'll not read the next books :-)
Gietadia
This was a book I had to replace, my dogs ate the back off my library book....they are 12 and 13 years old, not puppies! But, reading the book already, it was quite funny, reminds me a bit of Lucille Ball, jumping from the frying pan into the fire. I have read several other of her books and recommend them to someone who already has way too many problems in their life and would love to relax with something they can laugh about and all things come out well in the end
Xanna
This is my second book from the Shopaholic series; I have yet to read the first one, Confessions of a Shopaholic, (somebody screwed up my order at Amazon.com and sent me 2 Shopaholic and Sisters - harumph!)
But it doesn't matter because the books stand on their own two designer clad feet! Rebecca Bloomwood is at her shopping best, she was able to find a job that actually pays her to shop for others and she gets to spend other people's money - isn't that the ultimate subjucation? Becky is in shopper's Heaven and the book is full of wonderful labels and descriptions of all sorts! Every day is filled to the brim with adventure for young Becky, and this story really is written with more suspense and turmoil when Becky finds she is having her wedding in two different countries on the same day. Oh, the vasillating!!!! Oh, the inner struggles!!! This book delves deeply into what matters the most when someone weds; is it truly a day for the bride and groom or is it a day for the parents of the bride and bridegroom? What makes a sentimental wedding versus a couture wedding? Which would you prefer? Nothing makes a woman's heart swoon and lift like the idea of a wedding. There is a section where Miss Becky has the lonely task of deciding which flavor to choose for her wedding cake....oooh! A chapter on cake - oh, to-die-for triple layered flavors such as passion-fruit mango, straberry and tangerine mouseline! Can you imagine washing down a slice of that cake with a sparkling glass of champagne? Or another triple layered wedding cake sample of caramel creme, pistachio and mocha truffle? OH WOW!
The descriptions in this book are so magical and unparralelled in novels these days. The author, Sophie Kinsella goes on for further descriptions of the lavish weddings and the wonderful wedding dresses and shoes and all the fabulous trappings of a whirlwind wedding party!!!
If anything, this book taught me to:
1. Write my will immmediately!
2. Go out and buy Bridal magazines to fill my visual appetite.
3. Think about my own children's weddings; whenever that may be, I'll be there to support them in the way they need it most!
This is a very thought-provoking book; it draws memories of one's own wedding and the wonderful memories, (as well as the not-so-pleasant ones.)
Weddings are a huge business worldwide and some of this was referred to in the novel, which is very funny at times and very perplexing at other times.
It forced me also to think of how I would solve Becky's ethical dilemma.
You know what? I did what she ended up doing in order to save face and save the day and even save the marriage.
I hope you give it a read. It's even better than Shopaholic takes Manhattan, and as I said before, I have yet to straighten out my order so that I can get the original Shopaholic in my hot little hands!
I have been shopping a bit more since reading these books, and I'd better cut it out!!!!
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