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Art-gallery assistant Jane Laine, recuperating after a failed love affair, really hates her odious martinet of a boss. So she is ready to go when famed sculptor Ian Rhys--Fitzsimmons conceives a project that will take him on a six-month tour. Assigned to accompany him and take care of gallery business, Jane becomes good friends with Ian, but continues to look for love in all the wrong places. This very Bridget Jones's Diary-like chick-lit novel turns laugh-out-loud funny when Jane's parents and their schnauzers are on the scene, especially during a Christmas dinner in Santa Fe during which schnauzer Elijah is the object of a bizarre ritual called "Pass the Schnauzer." Ian is an endearing character, kind and thoughtful in spite of his renown, and he is not even taken aback when Jane's aunt suggests he convert to the Lutheran faith and take up accounting. Andy Warhol quotes at the beginning of each chapter add to the alluring art-world ambience of Pace's novel. Diana Tixier Herald
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"A funny, feel-good fairy tale set improbably in the high-powered international art world." -- Pam Houston, author of Cowboys Are My Weakness and Sighthound
"A funny, snappy, beauty of a read I loved it!" -- Sarah Mlynowski, author of Milkrun and Bras and Broomsticks
"This book is GENIUS! I stayed up all night laughing hyena-style." -- Jill Kargman, co-author of The Right Address
I read the book while I was on holidays, and it almost made me want to stay in my hotel bedroom to finish it ! Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by Manuia
A vase of daisies and the perfect pair of black pants were not the ways in which Jane Laine expected to discover her relationship with the tall handsome Texan was over. Read morePublished on November 30, 2010 by Amazon Customer
I've been hearing about this book for what seems like awhile now. I'd never run across it until Ari from Emily and Her Little Pink Notes started talking it up as a diamond in the... Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by Angela Thompson
I enjoyed this book. The title is slightly misleading, but the story does take
place in the art world.
"If Andy Warhol Had a Girlfriend" is a fun, lighthearted story of a young woman finding her own identity with the help of her friends and strength that she finds within herself. Read morePublished on December 9, 2007 by L. Michalek
I throughly enjoyed this book! I loved the ending, it was really, really well done. :-) The only wish I had was that it would have shared a little more of that first kiss. Read morePublished on August 23, 2007 by Donna Strause
If Andy Warhol Had a Girlfriend is as close to a perfect example of contemporary romance as it's possible to be: a happily-ever-after fairy tale set in the modern world. Read morePublished on March 25, 2007 by D. K. Stokes
I had been looking for a book like this for quite some time. I loved it! It is light, funny and smart. Read morePublished on June 7, 2006 by Adriana Brady