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“A pink LadurÉe macaron of a novel.”—The New York Times
“Tinsley Mortimer's first book, Southern Charm, is just that: CHARMING! It’s like a mint julep—sweet, sassy and with a kick, all set against the glittering backdrop of the New York social scene—a modern day fashion fairy tale!”—Carson Kressley
“Southern Charm will remind you of who you were before you became a jaded New Yorker.”—Kelly Rutherford
“A delicious journey. . . . It was exactly the escape I was looking for. In the vein of Plum Syke's Bergdorf Blondes, Southern Charm gives a pinhole into a world most will only dream of or read about in Page Six.” (Examiner.com )
Tinsley Mortimer grew up in Richmond, Virginia and is a graduate of the Lawrenceville School and Columbia University. Known for her self-proclaimed “girly girl” style, Tinsley has since been featured on the pages of Vogue, WWD, Harper’s Bazaar, and Marie Claire magazine, to name a few. She is frequently featured in celebrity publications, such as Us Weekly, OK!, Life & Style, and In Touch. Tinsley has also served as a “Beauty Ambassador” for Christian Dior and helped to create a lip gloss called Tinsley Pink for the brand. She designs a line of handbags for the Japanese company Samantha Thavasa and is currently working on her own ready-to-wear line available only in Japan. She has starred in the reality television show High Society, and has appeared on Dr. Phil, America’s Next Top Model, Extra, Access Hollywood, E!, E True Hollywood Story “Society Girls,” Bravo’s The Fashion Show, Gossip Girl, Germany’s RTL, LXTV, Good Day New York, Good Day LA, and CW11 Morning News.See all Editorial Reviews
The writing was pretty poor. It wasn't very entertaining for me but I think it might suit a very young adult (10-14yrs) audience.Published 3 months ago by Stephanie Lee
Great read! Perfect, late night, fun book. Hoping Minty will have more adventures in the near future or a movie.Published 4 months ago by Melissa Anne Martischang
I loved this book from beginning to end. I finished it in less than 24 hrs!!
I would definitely recommend it.
This is basically a "fluff" book. Neither the plot nor the characters have any depth to them and you're never on the edge of your seat waiting with bated breath to find... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Loves To Read
This book was definitely light reading, which I enjoy now and then. I finished it quickly and did enjoy reading about the high society of NYC fashion world. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bonnie R. Stevens
As a current southerner who grew up right outside Manhattan, the author gets both views right!. She's spot on with her representation of the southerner's experience in NY! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cavegirl47
This was slow reading and boring. The characters were unappealing and unlikeable. It was a total waste of my time. I suggest that you not waste yours.Published 8 months ago by ShadowsMother