By Wendy Holden
A riotously funny romp set in the glittering world of glossy magazines
Champagne D'Vyne is a celebrity socialite with a charmed life - and a mania for men, money and fame. Jane is a journalist with an ordinary life - love stress, work stress and a spare tyre that won't go away. As their contrasting worlds become bizarrely intertwined, Jane realises that the blonde, busty and blatantly ambitious Champagne will let nothing come between her and what she wants. Least of all Jane.
Number one bestselling author Wendy Holden has written ten consecutive Sunday Times Top Ten bestsellers. A former journalist on the Sunday Times, Tatler and the Mail on Sunday, she contributes to a range of publications and is a TV and radio regular. She was a judge for the Costa 2013 Novel and Book of the Year Awards. Wendy lives with her husband and two children in Derbyshire.
Visit her on her website www.wendyholden.net, or follow her on Twitter @Wendy_Holden and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wendyholdenauthor.
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10 Feb 2008
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Praise for Wendy Holden: There are some fabulous one-liners and Ab-Fab style send ups of the more ludicrous side of journalism. Great fun — Woman's Journal
It is rare, outside Wodehouse, that comic novels live up to their titles, but Simply Divine is just that, to borrow from the Ab Fab critical lexicon. Wendy Holden writes a sort of profiterole prose, with paragraphs so funny and readable you worry about their calorie content — Sunday Times
Just the thing if you need something frothy, frivolous, and fun — Harpers & Queen
Wickedly witty — Esquire
A modern day Jilly Cooper — Glamour
Wendy's writing is brilliant — Jilly Cooper
Super-sharp... This hugely entertaining novel is chick lit at its best! — Closer
Irresistible rom-com meets devilish satire — In Style
Holden's satirical humor and adept writing shine through. Glitzy fun — Library Journal
With plenty of laughter, love, fun and characters you really care about, this is the perfect companion for a weekend spent curled up on the sofa — Heat