Playing Her Cards Right

Playing Her Cards Right New year New life Fresh start Newly minted career girl Magenta Bright reluctantly finds herself growing up she s now a live in girlfriend a successful business owner and an obsessive desirer of clas

  • Title: Playing Her Cards Right
  • Author: Rosa Temple
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • New year New life Fresh start.Newly minted career girl Magenta Bright reluctantly finds herself growing up she s now a live in girlfriend, a successful business owner, and an obsessive desirer of classic leather handbags.But, fuelled by her creative talent, Magenta doesn t seem to know when to stop Between designing and launching a new range of bags, planning her pareNew year New life Fresh start.Newly minted career girl Magenta Bright reluctantly finds herself growing up she s now a live in girlfriend, a successful business owner, and an obsessive desirer of classic leather handbags.But, fuelled by her creative talent, Magenta doesn t seem to know when to stop Between designing and launching a new range of bags, planning her parents second wedding, and whisky binges with scary international model and best friend Anya, something s got to give, and it s not long before her relationship with shy artist Anthony is in the firing line.Will handbags lead to heartbreak for the unstoppable Magenta Bright

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    • ItaPixie says:

      I was so glad to see there was more to read about Magnta's life,troubles follow our heroine like bees with honey,but it's a pleasant experience to witness her growth page after page.Rosa Temple made an art of the perfect mix for lovely rom coms with a touch of thought provoking themes.I've really enjoyed the first book in the series and this wasn't differentill a win for me and I recommend it

    • Gaele says:

      When first I met Magenta in her upheaval of a life, she was frustrating, immature and more than a little selfish, but there was something there: a sense of humor and the willingness to move onward and upward, despite her setbacks. Or the copious amounts of liquor she consumes with her best friend, or the recurrent niggles of self-doubt nipping at her heels. Now, with some of her life settled, and designs for the bags she has come to create flying in from all directions, she’s a bit more focuse [...]

    • Crystal says:

      Thank you to Netgalley and HQ Digital for proving me with a copy of this book. This is a well written chick lit book that kept me turning the pages till the very end It was humorous, sweet and uplifting. Magenta was a likeable character, that I could relate to. Overall an enjoyable, pleasant read.

    • Deama says:

      DNF at 10%. I can't read any more of this. First of all, I didn't realise this was the second book in the series so the introduction of the character of Magenta was lost on me. And also I'm finding the narrative very telling and Magenta a tad immature. Just not the kind of chick-lit I look to read but might be fine for others, just not me. Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair review

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