Page Turner: ‘The Trade Off’ Is Check In!

Screen Shot 2016-02-19 at 4.13.48 PMThe dictionary define  the phrase trade off as follows:

tradeoff (noun) the exchange of one thing for another of more or less equal value,especially to effect a compromise.

The Trade Off byLouise Maniscalco and Susan  Rudin is a great winter read!

Go behind the window displays. Behind the racks. Two personal shoppers for Manhattan’s biggest department stores have written a wildly dishy novel that goes behind the dressing rooms of New York’s fashion elite. 
At Frankel’s New York, the wives of billionaires and Hollywood celebrities sip champagne while stylists and tailors cater to every whim. And one person has made it her career to help these Amex-wielding shoppers create the perfect look.

Bonnie Salerno Madden knows all of her client’s preferences, whims, and fantasies. She knows the price they paid to gain access to the salon where having Bonnie as their private shopper is a first-class ticket to being the toast of the New York high-fashion social scene.

But while Bonnie is all elegance on the outside, she’s barely keeping it together on the inside. A single mom to a special needs child, she needs her high-pressure job to care for her family. And when that job is put in jeopardy, Bonnie will need to make some of the riskiest choices of her life to guarantee a better future for her son, and for herself. With the opportunity to live in her own fairy tale, will Bonnie have what it takes to make the trade off?

The book is a page turner! You find yourself cheering for  the lead character Bonnie from start to finish. For the reader  it is an education to what goes on behind the racks.  It is a fast read that you will enjoy.I couldn’t put the book down. The character development and the story flow is great. You don’t feel like the authors are rushing to get to the ‘funny’ parts or the ‘cliches’.

The book is 290 page long. It is available in digital and paprback.

You should read!

 

 

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