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Sage advice, but will girls take it?!
on 11 February 2016
It must have been difficult to arrive on the Made in Chelsea scene,where the others all knew each other. She seemed very odd at first and was given a very hard time. Bloggers nicknamed her 'Robot Lucy' because she showed little emotion or variation of facial expression. She grew on me though, because she is straight-talking and sticks to her guns. After or maybe even alongside Binky, she is probably my second ( or joint first) MiC favourite.
The book has a very simple style and is full of useful advice for girls. The main focus seems to be trying to help young girls not to be played by players. This is not a misandrist (man-hating) bible, because Lucy has clearly loved men, even those who didn't treat her well. It does advise about warning signs, dos and don'ts, how to sections (how to plan first date, break up, get over someone). The advice is clear and precise. Of course, girls (and boys) in love always feel that their relationship is unique and special and may not be interested in the advice of a minor celebtity. However if one girl avoids tears or heartache or even just avoids SOME of the pain, this book has served its purpose.