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Rebecca Bloomwood has the dream job. She's a personal shopper, so is able to spend other people's money all day instead of her own. And she gets paid for doing it. The perfect job, the perfect man - go...

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Great characters, we get to see a different side o...

some people may not like Kinsellas work

Shopaholic Ties the Knot is a Modern Fiction (Chic Lit) book written by Author Sophie Kinsella - who has also written other books using the name Madeline Wickham. Kinsella is probably more well known for her Shopaholic Series of books; one of which was made into a film more recently; Confessions...

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Excellent

“* Becky Ties The Knot! *”

published 08/10/2009

Funny , Plot , Characters

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I have really got into Sophie Kinsella's Shopaholic Book series lately! The most recent one I've read is 'Shopaholic Ties The Knot'. For those of you who don't know the Shopaholic Series is based on a character named Becky Bloomwood , who is really obsessed with shopping! Actually , she's more...

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Excellent

“Going To the Chapel”

published 21/05/2011

great

none

Shopaholic Ties the Knot by Sophie Kinsella Shopaholic Ties the Knot is the third book from the Shopaholic series by Sophie Kinsella and I have read one other in this series but I began with the one that actually follows this one. The first one I borrowed from the library and this particular one...

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Excellent

Sharp, witty, light reading

Quite a girly book; not for those looking for inte...

Becky Bloomwood is a certified shopaholic. After finally dragging herself out of the red and back into the black, she has moved to New York with her gorgeous (and unbelievably rich) boyfriend, Luke, and landed her dream job as a personal shopper (spending other people's money and getting paid for...

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Excellent

“Bridezilla rides again”

published 15/04/2004

Very funny

It's too short - I need more

This novel is a bit hard to catagorise as it could fall under Modern Fiction, Chick lit or comedy, depending on your viewpoint. The book is well written, and offers an insight into the female shopping psyche. The main character of this book is Becky Bloomwood, who is a spendthrift of the highest...

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Excellent

“Shopaholic Gets Hitched”

published 18/11/2012

A great read

Stressful at times

This is the third in the series of Shopaholic books by Sophie Kinsella. I have recently read the second one (Shopaholic Abroad) and this one is just as excellent as that one was. This book features main character Becky Bloomwood who, as the title suggests, is a shopaholic. She is living in New...

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Excellent

Funny, continues the shopaholic series, light-hear...

Not one if you're not a fan of chick-lit

"Shopaholic ties the knot" is one of a series of books by the very successful chick-lit writer Sophie Kinsella. Although each of the books can be read as a stand alone book for the best understanding and enjoyment of the books you should read them in order. If you want to do this the first in the...

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“BECKY THE BRIDE”

published 03/12/2011

still a good book in the shopaholic series

not quite as good as the 1st 2 in my eyes

This is the 3rd book in the Shopaholic series written by Sophie Kinsella. I've just finished re-reading this one, and although it is a good enough book, it not as good as the previous 2 and I'm not looking at it through different eyes. So, the book centres around Becky Bloomwood. She is getting...

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Excellent

“Rebecca's Getting Married!!”

published 04/10/2007

Had me hooked, I could not put it down

Rebecca sometimes annoyed me

Rebecca Bloomwood is back and this time she is getting married. The only thing is her future mother-in-law is paying for an expensive luxurious wedding in New York and Rebecca's mother is planning (and paying for) a wedding in England. If that's not bad enough Luke (Rebecca's fiancé) seems to be...

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Excellent

“Sophie succeeds again”

published 21/01/2003

Funny, easy read

Laughing out load in public is embarassing

The third in the delightful series of books written by Sophie Kinsella. Reasonly priced book (especially if you can find it at the local supermarket for a little under £4.00 like I did). Becky is the main character again and what a girl she is. She is just a girl who still can't say no - whether...

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Excellent

I couldnt put it down

I wanted it to go on for longer

Shopaholic Ties the Knot by Sophie Kinsella is the third one in the Shopaholic series and I found it utterly addictive from beginning to end. Many chick lit books are drivel with unimaginative story lines but even though the Shopaholic ones have the usual characters etc that you would expect to...

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Excellent

“A seriously good book”

published 05/11/2002

unputdownable,easy to understand

none that i can think of

What Is The Book About Shopaholic Ties the Knot is about a woman called Becky Bloomwood who absolutely adores shopping.One of her favourite places is the antique store near her and she is forever buying useless things much to the annoyance of her boyfriend Luke.She is going to her best friends...

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Excellent

Hilarious, the best series of books ever!

I never get anything done cos I'm always reading t...

Ok, so for any of you who don't know the Shopoholic series by Sophie Kinsella-let me get you started!! There are four books currently in the series: 1. Secret dreamworld of a shopoholic 2. Shopoholic abroad 3. Shopoholic ties the knot 4. Shopoholic and sister So this is the third book in the...

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Excellent

“You'll be laughing out loud!”

published 17/12/2003

Funny, light-hearted easy-read

None

I was in Waterstones with my husband who was buying himself a couple of books which were included in a 3 for 2 offer. I was reading The Lord of the Rings, so I wasn't really interested in buying myself another book at the time. But Richie insisted, so I picked this one off the shelf and paid for...

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Excellent

“wedding bells”

published 04/04/2005

funny

none

I didn't think Sophie kinsella could keep up the whole Becky Bloomwood shopaholic thing, as what else is there to write about shopping? And the fact that she stayed clear, (well, almost) of the over spending thing, made this book the success i think it is. This book goes more into depth with her...

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