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How I stole her husband

Author: Liz Ireland
Publisher: New York : Strapless/Kensington Books, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Once upon a time, Alison Bell was a Dallas debutante good girl who always followed the rules. Then her dad's business went bust, her mom ran off with a jetsetter, and her high school boyfriend, Spence, was stolen just before prom by her arch-nemesis, Pepper McClintock. Ten years later, the good girl routine is so tired. In debt up to her ears, dropped by all her rich friends, Alison is hovering in the vicinity of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Love stories
Romance fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Liz Ireland
ISBN: 0758208375 9780758208378
OCLC Number: 57717369
Description: 359 pages ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Liz Ireland.

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Once upon a time, Alison Bell was a Dallas debutante good girl who always followed the rules. Then her dad's business went bust, her mom ran off with a jetsetter, and her high school boyfriend, Spence, was stolen just before prom by her arch-nemesis, Pepper McClintock. Ten years later, the good girl routine is so tired. In debt up to her ears, dropped by all her rich friends, Alison is hovering in the vicinity of rock-bottom, living for free outdoor concerts and two-for-one hamburger coupons. What she needs is a change. Then she sees her chance for redemption: a job as a live-in nanny for a Mr. & Mrs. Smith in New York City. Goodbye to humiliation, failure, and poverty; hello to... Pepper McClintock? Conniving, fake, boyfriend-stealing Pepper McClintock? With the kind of horrifying clarity usually reserved for trying on bikinis under fluorescent lighting, it comes to Alison: her new boss is none other than Mrs. Spence Smith--That Spence--and Alison is going to be working for the enemy and her dreamy husband. Now, caught up in the rarefied world of Park avenue nannies, New York tabloids, Barney's bags, and delicious dish on the rich and famous, Alison is learning a few new rules of survival. Rule number one? It's very simple: Sometimes, you just have to take what you want.

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