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Pick Me Up

by Zoe Rice

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I'm so annoyed. The fifth book that is leaving me with this depressing question: Have I lost the ability to pick up a good book? The plots usually sound, if not ingenious, at least intriguing enough to pick up. These books on my currently reading list are inane fluff that can't seem to properly lasso a great dialogue or flowing action. I haven't become so disgusted by any of them enough to relegate them to the "probably won't finish" shelf, but I'm fast approaching that threshold. A book that might have been cute if things flowed better and the author didn't have this slow descent to "pure romance" book. The friendships could have been a great story, and instead they're explained in inconsequetial asides. GRrr...I need a good book. Dix, one of the friends, would have been a great story. Unfortunately, the book didn't do anything well, so Dix remained on the periphery. All in all this book was wasted effort. ( )
  Kace | Jan 30, 2010 |
Cute - Like a better version of "Lulu Meets God and Doubts Him". ( )
  Jac8604 | May 4, 2009 |
When New York gallery director Izzy Duncan meets two new men at the same time, she has trouble deciding which one to bet on. As it turns out, true love comes to find her. Hilarious and unique. Recommended. ( )
  Elishibai | Apr 28, 2008 |
Very cute chick lit story by first time writer Zoe Rice! I read it in 2 days - total page turner!! ( )
  ceylangul | Feb 17, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0451218442, Paperback)

Yesterday? My life was perfect. I was a full-fledged New York gallerista, gossiping all day about my favorite subject-art-while selling hundred-thousand-dollar paintings I would have died to own. The only thing better than my job at the Emerson Bond Gallery? The whopping promotion I was just about to get...

Today? Emerson Bond just dropped dead.
Now we may all be out of a job: my fabulous boss Freddie (love him!). Our absolutely adorable receptionist Kimmy (love her!). And devoted, well-meaning me (love me!).

Tomorrow? I can't even think about it...
...because I've definitely gotten off on the wrong foot with the insufferable star artist who's responsible for my professional future. And then there's the new blood at the Bond Gallery: Avery Devon, the man so gorgeous I can't even speak to him. The man now in charge of my whole life. The man who, if I'm really, really lucky, will teach me all about the art of love-and not just in my dreams...

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:13:58 -0400)

When Izzy Duncan meets two gorgeous guys in one week through her job at a glitzy New York art gallery, she has no hesitation which one to choose. However, she soon discovers Avery seems to have more than a few dark secrets - secrets only Grady knows the answers to.… (more)

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