Just when all hope seems lost, Alex heard the word that an avant-garde fashion show is happening that night at a shady Parisian nightclub. She can keep her cover and get her story. When she finds both a love interest and perhaps the hottest new underground designer in town at the show, Alex can only wonder if it's all too good to be true.
"Dam whisks the reader into a melee of runway drama, intrigue, and snarkiness in her breathless, satiric debut....A gossamer-light read with sumptuous material and gentle ribbing." (Publishers Weekly)
What would have made Some Like It Haute better?
A story to tell.
Would you ever listen to anything by Julie K. L. Dam again?
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Carrington Macduffie?
Would not matter, it's a boring story whoever reads it
What character would you cut from Some Like It Haute?
The main character
Any additional comments?
Sorry to have spend my credit on this one
Might be more interesting as a soap opera on T.V
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