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Fabulously Fashionable: A Novel Paperback
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Fabulously Fashionable by Holly McQueen was a funny story, but at times a bit too farfetched for me. Fans of the Shopaholic series will appreciate the humorous situations the heroine constantly finds herself in, but it just wasn't enough to pull me along. I thought the story between Isabel and her possibly cheating boyfriend and then the following relationship with an odd character that I couldn't quite figure out until the end interested me more than Isabel trying to be a fashion designer. I thought this was a mediocre novel at best.
In the previous book Isabelle thought she could write a novel even though she had no experience and lied to many people about it and got into trouble. I did not even get to several pages of this book when I realized that this would be a repeat of the previous just substituting clothing design for writing.
Some others have likened Isabelle Bookbinder to Rebecca Brandon from Sophie Kingsella's Shopaholic series. While there is a slight resemblence between the two Rebecca seems to be more grounded than Isabelle. Isabelle seems to be the spoiled girl who thinks that even though she has no experience with something she can do better than others in the same field and make the big bucks.
There is also another Isabelle Bookbinder book coming out early next year. Only it will be wedding planning instead of writing or clothing. I dont think I will even bother. More than likly she will think that she is gods gift to wedding planning (probably after helping her friend get married to her brother) She will have all sorts of storys about how she will be the best thing out there in a few years, but will end just as it begain-trying to start over at the begining AGAIN. The first time it was cute, but after not so much.