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Chick Lit Fiction Books for Sale!

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Item(s): Chick Lit Fiction Books

Dealing method: Online transfer via Maybank2u or direct cash bank-in. Shipping and handling charges are NOT included. (No COD, sorry.) Shipping and handling charges- RM7 for Peninsular Malaysia, RM9 for Sarawak and RM10 for Sabah. Item will be sent via Pos Laju. Buyers are welcome to combine shipping and handling charges if more than one item is purchased. Shipping charge depends on the size and weight of the items, normally postage for second item is half price or free!

Location of seller: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Contact method/details: PM me for further details.

Age of item: All books are mostly read once or twice and being kept in good condition.

Please take note: All items sold are not refundable or exchangeable. If you are unsure of certain details, please ask for more information before confirming your purchase to avoid misunderstanding of the item's condition. Take note that some minor "flaws" might be missed. Seller will not be held responsible for any damage or items lost in post, though rest assured that all items will be packed well before being sent and tracking number will be provided once item is sent.

By purchasing, you acknowledge that you have read, understand and agree to all these terms and conditions.

Thank you for browsing and happy shopping..!

Edited by michellechen

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Little Black Dress Chick Lit book- Singletini by Amanda Trimble

Status: SOLD!

The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella

Status: SOLD!

The Woman Most Likely To by Jennifer Greene

Status: SOLD!

Hazing Meri Sugarman by M.Apostolina

Status: SOLD!

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Last Chance Saloon by Marian Keyes

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Synopsis: Amazon.com Review

Desperately single thirtysomething men and women populate Keyes's breezy novel. Childhood friends Tara, Katherine, and Fintan muddle along, dealing with the indignities and inconveniences we all face--and then some. Tara's perfectly horrible, freeloading boyfriend Thomas watches her diet like a hawk and remarks cruelly on the size of her posterior, comparing her unfavorably to younger, thinner women. Katherine is a professional success, but her personal life is nonexistent. Every one of her prior relationships--six in all--has ended disastrously, with Katherine getting dumped. Each time, she retreats further and further into her shell, until her most intimate relationship is with her remote control. Fashion industry insider Fintan has found true love with his Italian boyfriend, Sandro, but a health crisis threatens their happiness. Tara, Katherine, and Fintan, as well as their quirky cast of friends, live, love, and learn the hard way, the only way they can. Not quite as obsessive as Bridget Jones and that darn diary of hers, Keyes manages to convey a painfully accurate portrayal of what it means to be single today, tempered by a few of life's less humiliating and more important lessons, like the value of true friendship. Funny and irreverent, Keyes's Last Chance Saloon is a terrific vacation read.

Condition: Paperback in good condition, read once.

Price: RM28

Status: Available

Under the Duvet by Marian Keyes

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Synopsis: Library Journal Review

Romance writer Keyes reads these unpublished pieces and essays and articles from The Irish Tatler and other UK publications. The contents are often witty and almost confessional, ranging over dieting, house hunting, wedding plans, book tour escapades and tribulations, and other personal ruminations that give a good insight into the unglamorous life of the author. Keyes and her family, especially her husband, become endearing characters who transcend and explain their fictional counterparts. A highly entertaining alternative.

Condition: Paperback in average condition.

Price: RM15

Status: Available

Edited by michellechen

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Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner

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Synopsis: Publishers Weekly Review

It is temping at first but unwise to assume Candace Shapiro is yet another Bridget Jones. Feisty, funny and less self-hating than her predecessor, Cannie is a 28-year-old Philadelphia Examiner reporter preoccupied with her weight and men, but able to see the humor in even the most unpleasant of life's broadsides. Even she is floored, however, when she reads "Good in Bed," a new women's magazine column penned by her ex-boyfriend, pothead grad student Bruce Guberman. Three months earlier, Cannie suggested they take a break apparently, Bruce thought they were through and set about making such proclamations as, "Loving a larger woman is an act of courage in our world." Devastated by this public humiliation, Cannie takes comfort in tequila and her beloved dog, Nifkin. Bruce has let her down like another man in her life: Cannie's sadistic, plastic surgeon father emotionally abused her as a young girl, and eventually abandoned his wife and family, leaving no forwarding address. Cannie's siblings suffer, especially the youngest, Lucy, who has tried everything from phone sex to striptease. Their tough-as-nails mother managed to find love again with a woman, Tanya, the gravel-voiced owner of a two-ton loom. Somehow, Cannie stays strong for family and friends, joining a weight-loss group, selling her screenplay and gaining the maturity to ask for help when she faces something bigger than her fears. Weiner's witty, original, fast-moving debut features a lovable heroine, a solid cast, snappy dialogue and a poignant take on life's priorities. This is a must-read for any woman who struggles with body image, or for anyone who cares about someone who does.

Condition: Paperback in good condition, read once.

Price: RM25

Status: Available

Everyone Worth Knowing by Lauren Weisberger

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Synopsis: Amazon.com Review

Lauren Weisberger, whose bestselling debut The Devil Wears Prada outed the vicious antics of the magazine industry elite, is back at it with Everyone Worth Knowing, another cautionary tale of sex, power, and fame. This time around, the PR industry is her target, and Prada fans will recognize similar themes throughout this entertaining, if at times overly dramatic, exposé.

Bette Robinson is a twentysomething Emory graduate who shunned her parents' hippie ideals in favor of a high-paying yet excruciatingly boring job at a prestigious investment bank. One day, after a particularly condescending exchange with her boss (who sends her daily inspirational e-mails), Bette walks out on her job in a huff. After a few weeks of sleeping late, watching Dr. Phil and entertaining her dog Millington, Bette's uncle scores her a job at an up-and-coming public relations firm, where her entire job seems to revolve around staying out late partying and providing fodder for clandestine gossip columns. What follows is one episode after another of Bette climbing up the social ladder at the expense of her friends, family, and the one guy who actually seems worth pursuing.

Weisberger is clever enough to turn seemingly outrageous circumstances into amusing anecdotes, like the tale of a woman who was close to suicide until she found out she was only 18 months away from scoring a highly coveted Birkin bag ("You simply cannot kill yourself when you're that close ... it's just not an option."). This wit, combined a hint of voyeurism that most of us can't deny, is what makes Everyone Worth Knowing a guilty pleasure that's well worth the indulgence.

Condition: Paperback in average condition.

Price: RM25

Status: Available

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Besides selling, I don't mind swapping with paperback books in good condition for the titles below:

- Remember Me by Sophie Kinsella

- Something Blue by Emily Giffin

- Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin

- Rachel's Holiday by Marian Keyes

- Watermelon by Marian Keyes

- Lucy Sullivan is Getting Married by Marian Keyes

PM me if you have of those! Thanks. :)

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