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She Who Shops Paperback – Bargain Price, June 7, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
Weslee meets several handsome men and one of them is Lana's cousin, Duncan. She also meets William, a friend of Lana's, and finds him attractive as well, but puts him on hold in favor of Duncan's charm, grace and good looks. In a very short time, she's head over heels in love and she begins to spend more and more money on clothes and shoes. Her carefully planned school budget takes a huge hit.
Joanne Skerrett has written a wonderfully suspenseful love story about a young woman who has a tendency to rush into relationships before she really gets to know the man. In addition, when things begin to go sour, she doesn't hesitate to blame herself. SHE WHO SHOPS is stunningly realistic and all of us have known someone like Weslee, or have even behaved this way ourselves. It is a book that can entice anyone who likes finger biting suspense.
Reviewed by alice Holman
of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
This novel is fun and engaging but don't let the "chiclet" packaging fool you. There's some serious themes in there as well and the main character ends up having to take a break from shopping designer labels and do some deep soul searching about who she is, what she wants out of life, and who she wants to spend her life with.
It's a vividly told story every woman who's ever tried to make it on her own - on her own terms - can relate to.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story line is very interesting. It's a good read but I wish it ended different. I at least wanted Weslee and William to get engaged. I think a part 2 would be good.Published on June 11, 2014 by NICHOLE BROWN
I was hoping thias was a good book because I like dthe cover lol well its not! the book was boring and I love to read but I stopped after like 30 pages because I got bored. Read morePublished on September 13, 2009 by IRA
First off let me say that I love chick lit and I love shopping so I figured I'd love this book. I was completely wrong. I couldn't relate to the main character of this book. Read morePublished on August 30, 2007 by Danielle
I just finished this book today, and I enjoyed it. I felt for Weslee. I could relate to the character, and it was good to see her go on her journey and how much she grew in the... Read morePublished on June 19, 2006 by S. I. Porter