Sunday, 21 February 2016

Blog Tour Review: The Stylist - Rosie Nixon


When fashion boutique worker Amber Green is mistakenly offered a job as assistant to infamous, jet-setting 'stylist to the stars' Mona Armstrong, she hits the ground running, helping to style some of Hollywood's hottest (and craziest) starlets. As awards season spins into action Mona is in hot demand and Amber's life turned upside down. Suddenly she catching the attention of two very different suitors, TV producer Rob and Hollywood bad boy rising star Liam. How will Amber keep her head? And what the hell will everyone wear? The Stylist is a fast-paced, fun-packed rummage through the ultimate dressing up box. 

My thoughts:
A chic-lit style of book, I have missed those. The humour, the lightness, all fun you know. I need those kind of books. They make me happy.

To the story!
Amber does have a good eye, but she is not super into everything. I guess she is more the artistic type of person. She does like fashion, and gossip. And I did like her, she was normal.

And who could say no when a famous stylist asks you to help out! Money, glitz, glamour and Hollywood! Nope, even I could not say no, and I know nothing about fashion. Amber at least works in boutique and knows her labels.

The book is divided into 5 big events, Globes, Baftas, Oscars, and well you will see. We get to see how the world of styling is crazy and very stressful. And you certainly do not want your client to end up on the worst dressed list. That would break you. I would so never work in this world, insaaane.

But...Amber's boss is weird and the world might just be too stressful.

As for romance if you are wondering, well, there is not really any romance. I would more call it flirting, hey you meet a cute guy and you flirt. So that is that. She is too busy with anything else. But that is ok, I liked the focus where it was.

A nice book that I could read fast.

Conclusion:
Funny, fashion and fabulous. 

Hardcover, 416 pages
Published February 11th 2016 by Mira
Chic lit/women's fiction
For review

Author bio:
Rosie Nixon has been joint Editor of HELLO! magazine for the past five years where she relishes the role of hands-on editor with a love of all things celebrity, royal and fashion-related. She previously held senior positions at glossy women's magazines including Grazia, Glamour and Red. In her career she has been lucky enough to attend a multitude of glamorous award ceremonies, premieres and showbiz weddings all around the world. The Stylist is her debut novel.

Social info: 
#TheStylist



36 comments:

  1. I love good chick lit from time to time.

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  2. I just read a chick-lit recently as well, and was a little disappointed there wasn't romance. I thought that was a staple. Lol.

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    1. LOL, I hear ya. I mean yes there was flirting and thinking and a bit at the end. But it was not the main focus

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  3. Lots of people I know are reading this at the moment - it sounds like it's a fun, light read?

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  4. This sounds good, and I like mixing in chick-lit now and again.

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  5. Glad to hear that it was a fast read, but sad about no romance

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  6. Oh that sounds fun! It does seem like there would be more romance though so thanks for the heads up

    Karen @For What It's Worth

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    1. Enough romance for those who crave a little at least

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  7. I do love those books you can read quickly.

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  8. Nothing beats a good chick lit. :)

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  9. Yeah, a good chic-lit is needed sometimes. This sounds like fun.

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  10. Yeah, I'd be totally stressed out in that world.

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  11. it's always nice to have a book like that!

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  12. Sounds interesting, especially given the author's background - it's clear that she knows a thing or two about the world she explores in her novel. I'm curious to find out more :) As always, a wonderful review, Linda - I miss your style!!! Hope you are well... Hugs

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  13. Fun, sounds like a good beach read.

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  14. I do love my chick-lit! Adding this to my list.

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  15. Sounds cute! But no romance? Not so fun!

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