Alice wants her own art gallery. But at the moment. she’s running her nightmare boss Angelica’s, which is full of gold-sprayed wheelchairs, hairy pebbles, and heads made of frozen wee. Her love life’s just hit a major Blue Period as well. Worse, she has to cope with Zeb, a bad-boy artist whose works go for bazillions. But along comes Dan, a handsome, brilliant young portrait painter for whom life is far from easel. He’s single, skint, and scraping a living holding village hall life-drawing classes.
Adding colour is a pop star who will do anything to regain his former fame, plus a sex-crazed billionairess who expects a lot more than mere paintings from the artists she patronises.
©2010 Wendy Holden (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
I would listen to Gallery girl again, I have found with a lot of Wendy Holden's books they are re-readable and this one is no less so. Its a bit of a slow burn but the stories warm up and intertwine well in the end.
Alice as I could relate to her
She brings the story to life in a way I wouldn't have been able to in my mind!
A picture from the other side of the frame!
Loved the story and loved the audio book - would recommend if you like Marian Keyes and other chick lit writers
"Great fun highly addictive"
Just a real laugh she just takes the piss out of everything
It makes you laugh it makes you rollercoast from one funny storyline into the other
The wife of the singer of the ex boy band I forgotten her name and her journey in becoming the artist
There is a lot of rude language used sometimes a bit OTT but it did not border me
"What a strange ending"
I was really enjoying this book when it got to the end of part two....without a conclusion. Yes there were lots of stories but not one really finished...STRANGE ME THINKS! I will have another look to see if I should have downloaded part 3.....
"Gallery Girl, no ending"
This book has a very strange ending. Seems like it is missing the last chapter on two. Everything is left hanging.
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