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Saturday, December 27, 2014

Girl Before a Mirror

Book #122 Read in 2014
Girl Before a Mirror by Liza Palmer

Anna Wyatt is in advertising.  She likes to control things (work, family, personal life).  Anna decides she wants to land a shower gel account and try to move up the ranks in the agency.  With help from artist Sasha, Anna heads to a romance books convention to try to land the account...and a cover model for the campaign.  Along the way, she meets Lincoln and that is more than she bargained for.  Anna begins to take stock of her life and realizes that control doesn't always mean happiness.

This was my first book by Palmer; I liked her writing style and read others by her.  This was more substantial than chick lit, which is sort of ironic since it is heavily set on romance novels and their readers.  Anna is a character women can relate to and understand. 

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review from the Amazon Vine program.

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