Chick-Lit Stole My Life

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Kelly Stanford's life is turned upside down when she leaves a nightclub into a feeding frenzy of paparazzi and loses not only her lucky brooch, but her dignity too. Her friend wrote a chick-lit novel about kelly's involvement with a real life prince charming and now the world wants to know more. Will she survive this ordeal and more to the point, will the 'pap in the cap' spoil her new romance? More

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Words: 47,220
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476235493
About Maureen Reil

Maureen Reil was born in Liverpool, England but lives in Lancashire in the North West of Great Britain. She is married with three sons and a pet pooch. She is proud to call herself a chick-lit writer and writes her comedy romance novels in a ‘chatty’ conversational style while loving a good ‘happily-ever-after’ whether it is fiction or film. When the author is not writing books, she enjoys reading books (other peoples that is and not her own because that would be weird. Actually, strike that because it sounds like she steals them but she meant other authors). Anyway, moving on, she qualified in interior design and has a thing for beautiful gardens (not that you would know this judging by the state of her own home nowadays so blame it on the bad health rather than laziness). As Maureen Reil is currently working hard on another project which she hopes to bring to publication soon. Having found her calling at last for she finds it fun to write and hopes that her readers can see this in her work and enjoy reading her books as much as she enjoys writing them. Maureen Reil stresses that she will try her best to make readers smile, if not laugh-out-loud at her funny but lovable characters and their comical antics as hilarity ensues. All while they root for the main gal to get her goal, so happy reading.

Also in Series: Chick-Lit Trilogy

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