Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend Paperback – 5 Dec 2013
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Sheer indulgence from start to finish (Sophie Kinsella)
A Jenny Colgan novel is as essential for a week in the sun as Alka Seltzer, aftersun and far too many pairs of sandals (Heat)
A naturally funny, warm-hearted writer who creates characters to love and care about long after you've finished reading (Lisa Jewell)
The perfect summer sunbather, easy to read, packed with gags and truths (Irish News)
Sweeter than a bag of jelly beans . . . had us eating up every page (Cosmopolitan)
Fast-paced, funny, poignant and well observed (Daily Mail)
One for those lazy afternoons at the beach (Take a Break)
A delicious comedy (Red)
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The setting was mainly in London. It follows the story of Sophie Chesterton, a spoiled daughter of a wealthy man who spent most of her time partying, didn't like the characters of all the people but the book keeps drawing you in.
Sophie goes through very rough times after the death of her father, None of which is very predictable. I found I needed to keep reading.......
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Loved the story of riches to rags and how it proves money doesn't buy happiness. Shows who the true friends arePublished 13 months ago by Sammi Dew