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It Girl by [Tatano, Nic]
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Reviews for Wing Girl:

‘One of the top 20 books of 2013’ – I Heart Chick Lit

‘E-book novel of the year’ – Chick Lit Chloe

‘I truly adored this novel, I think Nic Tatano has written such a fabulous rom-com, with some truly unforgettable characters, all who had fantastic relationships… One of my favourite books this year, for sure.’ – Leah, Chick Lit Reviews

‘The heroine is sassy, the dialogue is razor-sharp and the romance is sweet. Well worth a read.’ – Chicklit Club

‘Wing Girl is straight up chick-lit, perfect for filming and being made into a rom-com cinema hit… fast and funny’ – Wondrous Reads

About the Author

I've always been a writer of some sort, having spent my career working as a reporter, anchor or producer in television news. Fiction is a lot more fun, since you don't have to deal with those pesky things known as facts. I grew up in the New York City metropolitan area and now live on the Gulf Coast where I will never shovel snow again. I'm happily married to a math teacher and we share our wonderful home with our tortoiseshell tabby cat, Gypsy.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1706 KB
  • Print Length: 286 pages
  • Publisher: HarperImpulse (26 Jun. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IM3XCB6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #257,086 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was a very fun read. Veronica works for a TV station and a big break comes up on the "Morning Show" as the lead female. The trouble is, she doesn't want the job because she's intelligent and not too "perky" in the early hours of the morning. The author had a career in TV so that part rang true. I couldn't stop thinking about my favorite morning show host (Robin Meade). I laughed out loud at the "leg chair."

But there is way more to the story. The reader gets to know and love Veronica and her friends long before the romantic interests begin. They have a lot of girl chats over delicious meals, trying to sort things out. These are women you'd love to hang with in real life.

I zipped through the book in one reading. Highly recommended for a smart and funny airplane or vacation read.
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'It Girl' has a fast paced, humorous, edgy plot. Veronica Summers is a strong heroine and the setting has great TV and Media detail. This book recaptures all the witty dialogue and romance of Wing Girl, Nic Tatano's first book, which I love.
All the characters are vividly portrayed and Veronica's friends and confidantes; Savannah and Layla are notable. The plot has a couple of unexpected outcomes, which make for an enjoyable read and there is a romantic hero who is not what he seems.
'It Girl' is a well written Rom Com from a sound knowledge base, which makes it both credible and a page turner.

I received a copy of this book from Harper Impulse via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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Nic Tatano is becoming one of my favourite authors for chicklit books – this book had me in stitches and I love the strong heroines! Especially the fiery spitfire redheads ^_^
I literally dropped all housework for the day to read this book in one sitting, I just had to!

This had me follow Veronica Summer the next It Girl – I loved her, sometimes she was too much, but that is her trade and I forgave her! I liked the chemistry she had with her best friend Scott – yes girls can have male best friends!! Her feisty attitude within journalism and her hilarious decisions in either trying to land the job, get rid off the job, or telling herself that she doesn’t ‘like the guy’. What I like about her as well, she has dreams and is not afraid to follow her dreams or even adjust those for the right reasons. She loves her job and loves what she’s doing and needs someone who can appreciate a woman’s career.
Dexter is a very likeable character – and because I live in UK and I am surrounded by the English accent (I am Dutch) I know what Veronica and her friends felt like when they are subject to his accent – it still makes me melt at times! Dexter certainly made me melt many times – I could’ve done with a bit more romance in the story, but that is not a negative. I just really loved their chemistry and the fact they didn’t fell in love with eachother instantly in the first couple of chapters!
I really liked reading about her female friends and Hal the newsstand person – they all filled their role and made me laugh and giggle loads! It such a feel-good book.

I love dancing and therefore this setting was perfect – I love it that Nic always adds news anchors or presidents use in the books.
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Veronica Summer absolutely loves her job of being a hard-hitting TV journalist, but when the job of being breakfast TV anchor comes along, she knows she can't turn it down. As she settles into the hideous routine of being up in the middle of the night , Veronica is thrown a curve ball by her bosses - she has to take part in the network's celebrity reality dance show 'Dance Off'. Veronica hates all reality shows, and her clashing with the show's British judge Dexter doesn't make for a good combination, and Veronica is sure if she's bad enough, she can get herself voted off the show. However, she doesn't count on a sizzling chemistry with her dance partner, and a competitive streak that won't let her give in. Will Veronica be able to keep her credibility, and dance her way to the glittery trophy?!

What I love about Nic's novels is that they all feature a strong woman in the lead role, and It Girl is definitely no different - in fact, I would probably say that Veronica is my favourite leading lady to date! I liked Veronica from the off, she was feisty, not afraid to put her career before her relationship because she's so determined to get what she wants and climb the career ladder. The book really got going for me when Veronica got the job of breakfast TV anchor alongside her old friend Scott, and she struggled to put up with the crazy schedule. It actually sounded like my worst nightmare, waking up at 2 and living like a nocturnal animal, and Veronica is brutally honest with how awful she finds it! It certainly led to lots of funny moments, and I did feel sorry for Veronica!

The dance show part of the novel was also really enjoyable, especially now the Strictly Come Dancing is upon us all (and the countdown to Christmas starts, yippeeee!).
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