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Calm, Cool, and Adjusted

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Calm, Cool, and Adjusted

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3/5 (5 valoraciones)
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273 página
6 horas
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Publicado:
Mar 11, 2008
ISBN:
9781418571498
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Silicon Valley chiropractor Poppy Clayton is as calm, cool, and adjusted as they come . . . or is she?

Known for her bad fashion sense, a love for all things natural, and the inability to get a second date, Poppy is beginning to wonder if she might be misaligned herself.

Poppy's route to self discovery will be an unnatural one involving a plastic surgeon (of all people!), a condemned house in Santa Cruz, and a wedding date from the dark side. It's enough to send a girl and her gal pals running for their favorite spa!

Editorial:
Publicado:
Mar 11, 2008
ISBN:
9781418571498
Formato:
Libro

Sobre el autor

Kristin Billerbeck is the author of numerous Christian novels, hitting the CBA bestseller list and winning the coveted ACFW Book of the Year in 2004 for What a Girl Wants and again in 2006 for With this Ring, I’m Confused. She has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, World Magazine, the Atlanta Journal Constitition and been seen on the "Today Show" for her pioneering role in Christian Chick Lit. She has a bachelor’s degree in advertising from San Jose State University.

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    Plain-spoken chiropractor Poppy Clayton is the main character in this third book of Billerbeck's Spa Girls series. The most prickly personality of the three Spa Girls (and the last to get her own book), Poppy's lack of fashion sense and tact make her hard to like, even when she's undergoing all sorts of stress in her personal and professional life (and possibly discovering romance along the way). The plot here is less memorable than in the previous books in the series and the dialogue is occasionally stilted -- pick up this book only if you adored the first two.