Victory Ford is the darling of the fashion world. Single, attractive, and iconoclastic, she has worked for years to create her own signature line. As Victory struggles to keep her company afloat, she learns crucial lessons about what she really wants in a relationship.
Nico ONeilly is the glamorous, brilliant editor of Bonfire Magazine -- the pop-culture bible for fashion, show business, and politics. Considered one of the most powerful women in publishing, she seems to have it all. But in a mid-life crisis, she suddenly realizes this isnt enough.
Wendy Healys chutzpah has propelled her to the very top of the cut-throat movie industry. When it becomes clear that a competitor is trying to oust her, something has to give -- and Wendy must decide between her career and her marriage.
In Lipstick Jungle, Bushnell once again delivers an addictive page-turner of sex and scandal that will keep readers enthralled and guessing to the very last page....Continua
Another amazing novel from Candence Bushnell. The woman is so so descriptive that you feel that you are living as a fly ion the wall in these other womens homes. Such a great book with lots of laughs and a occasional cry.
There are two reading keys for this book. You can appreciate the author's ability to build up three stories of successful women, effectively entwining the plot and leaving no chance to bump into dull moments. Or you can realize that years of female emancipation have brought women and men to play the same game with the same rules and one goal: be extraordinary rich, possibly with a terrace over Central Park. So depressing....Continua
Easy and interesting. Bushnell wrote it in simple and straight forward language. I like the three main characters, the successfull businesswomen in their early forty.
But Bushnell seldom linked them together, making the whole book like three separate and independent stories. She also used too much confusing flashbacks....Continua