By Wendy Holden
'Thank God for Wendy Holden. Beautiful People is exactly what a girl needs' Daily Mail
Alice loves art, but her gallery-owner boss Angelica is interested only in money. Alice also loves her boyfriend, but he's interested only in his career. Bad boy billionaire artist Zeb is interested in Alice, but then he's mainly interested in sex. Meanwhile, shy-but-brilliant painter Dan scrapes a living holding village-hall drawing classes. When bored rock wife Siobhan joins one, things get colourful. Will life for any of them be picture perfect? Or will they all make exhibitions of themselves?
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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19 Aug 2010
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Praise for Wendy Holden: Wendy Holden is slyly funny on the foibles of auctioneers, collectors and arrivisties, and absurdly inventive when it comes to capturing the decadent trappings of the art party scene — Marie Claire
This is an author guaranteed to lift your spirits — Grazia
Holden's trademark satire here acquires an extra bite — Guardian
More lovely tongue-in-cheek stuff, here ridiculing the modern art world — The Bookseller
Casts a wry glance at the perplexing, absurd and frantic world of contemporary art — Sunday Express
Wendy Holden is a brilliant writer... Great fun, filled with sparkling dialogue, witty asides and a fast-paced narrative. A real treat — Daily Mail
A fun, sexy romp — Heat
Up there with the best of Jilly Cooper — The Times
Super-sharp... This hugely entertaining novel is chick lit at its best! — Closer
Holden's satirical humor and adept writing shine through. Glitzy fun — Library Journal