A night in with Audrey Hepburn Kindle Æ in with PDF

A night in with Audrey Hepburn Kindle Æ in with PDF

A night in with Audrey Hepburn [PDF / Epub] ☉ A night in with Audrey Hepburn By Lucy Holliday – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Hilarious heart warming and the perfect girl’s night in For fans of Sophie Kinsella and Lindsey Kelk ROFL funnyUnlucky in love failed actress Libby Lomax has retreated into the world of classic movi Hilarious heart warming and the in with PDF ↠ perfect girl’s night in For fans of Sophie Kinsella and Lindsey Kelk ROFL funnyUnlucky in love failed actress Libby Lomax has retreated into the world of classic movies where the immortal lives of the screen goddesses offer so much in the way of romance than her own lifeAfter a A night PDF \ terrible day on the set of a cult TV sci fi series where she has proved herself to be the antithesis of feminine poise and embarrassed herself in front of heartthrob actor Dillon O’Hara she plonks herself down in front of her trillionth viewing of Breakfast at Tiffany’s Relaxing on her battered old couch salvaged night in with Epub á from the props department by her best friend Olly Libby is gob smacked to find actual Screen Icon Audrey Hepburn sitting beside her Dressed in her little black dress wearing her trademark sunglasses Audrey proffers advice to the hapless Libby between ladylike puffs on her vintage cigarette holderAnd so Audrey becomes Libby’s confidante and friend – but has Libby got what it takes to turn her life from a Turkey to a Blockbuster With a little bit of Audrey Hepburn magic she might just pull it offA night in with Audrey Hepburn is the first in a series of three books following the life and loves of Libby Lomax as she blossoms from Z lister to A lister and all of the stages in between with a little bit of help from some very special friends.


About the Author: Lucy Holliday

Lucy Holliday’s first major work in with PDF ↠ a four line poem called ‘The Postman is Very Good’ was completed shortly before her fifth birthday It was such an enjoyable experience that she has wanted to be a writer ever sinceShe is married with a daughter and lives in Wimbledon.



10 thoughts on “A night in with Audrey Hepburn

  1. Fenia Fenia says:

    WOW What an amazing concept And there will be ?? YES PLEASE The golden age of Hollywood and its actors is one of my favourite things and i LOVE Audrey so this book was perfection I really liked the protagonist She had that spark but at the same time she was very scared of living her life the way she wanted and just carpe that diem But 'with a little help from my friends' even if that's a dead idol she kinda turned things around Can't wait to read what happens next D ♥


  2. Jan Jan says:

    Where have all the editors gone? long time passing I so wanted this to be better; it really had the potential and a great cover to go with it Libby is the loveable underachieving protagonist who finds herself in some outrageous situations not the least of which are her encounters with Audrey Hepburn the ghosthallucinationalter ego who for a never discovered reason chooses to guide encourage and jump start her young friend's life Libby grew with up little nurturing from either parent and legitimately earned her under dog status yet she is still a little too old for her futiley self preserving salty retorts; not that I can't relate to stalled maturity they just got a little wearing especially the ones directed at her goddess hero Audrey Her chronic doubts denials and lack of awareness of her own feelings and those of both Olly and Dillon stretched the limits of believability and caused the story to drag Her dad was shallow but unfortunately also flat; sister and mother characters were slightly better developed A good editor could have pulled the rest of the story out of Ms Holiday there is certainly to tell Still in all I'm holding out hope for the seuels Maybe if she improves and sells enough of Marilyn Lauren? Judy? she can come back to Audrey for a wrap that is truly deserving of the legendary star


  3. mina mina says:

    With SPOILERS Well this was torture Horrendous things happen to the main character it’s like the catastrophes all lined up waiting for their turn to happen and I guess it should be relatable and funny but it’s not Maybe it would’ve been if it had been written differently or by someone else entirelyNone of the characters are likable they are annoying and acting stupid no not acting because they are actors but legitimately being idiots Perhaps the only normal person is her friend Olly but he didn’t appear that much in the pages I’ve readOur main character Libby is so lovable and consistent with her opinions not really She’s talking about an actor Dillon O’Hara well she’s being rude and judgmental and talking shit about him one second and the next when she sees she’s been talking to the same actor she gushes how handsome he is and goes for a smoke with him When she’s not a smoker; it can be understandable why she does this but if you’re saying mean things about someone you don’t snap your fingers and be awed by him Another scene that bothered me so much was when O’Hara asks her to go with him to a party and she even though she has plans agrees and not only cancels her plans with Olly but she lies and says she’s sick


  4. Kerri Kerri says:

    Though some parts were very familiar and well worn I found this book genuinely funny and heartwarming


  5. Cathy Cathy says:

    Oh this is such a fun uirky little read It’s starts out a little slow but stick with it and it you won’t be disappointed If you are a fan of Audrey Hepburn and who isn’t? you will love it and you can’t help but start reading to yourself in her English accent every time she “appears” in this book Great read after you’ve had a hefty book and need a good laugh You will also have this great desire to go out shopping


  6. Jen Jen says:

    The new Becky Bloomwood This was such a cute read If only Audrey would show up on my couch


  7. Laura Harrison Laura Harrison says:

    It has been uite awhile since I read such a funny uirky book It was hilarious Great for breaks in between hard core deeper reads Just plain fun Read it


  8. Anthea Anthea says:

    Reads like a memoir of a twelve year old to be honestWhen I first started off this book I genuinely thought the protagonist was someone between mid to late teens It's only when I gotten further and realized to my astonishment that she is 29 There was no substance to the characters at all The sister Cass and her mother were typical bimbos chasing stardom And obviously the protagonist is the down to earth girl next door chick that a hot guy falls in love withThe only difference is that there was apparently a hallucination of Audrey Hepburn All the way to the end of the book it was unsure whether she actually is a figment of imagination or a real thing It keeps the readers guessing which I guess is fine when it comes to chick lit fantasy kind of thing What I am pissed about is view spoilerOLLY He was obviously the man for Libby He's there when she needs him to be and doesn't blow hot and cold like whatshisname And pardon me but Libby seems pretty fucking stupid to be falling for that movie star guy can't even recall his name when it's obvious it's all sweet talk Ishhh I am so pissed at the ending when Libby ends up with him instead of Olly hide spoiler


  9. Ashley Ashley says:

    This was on the recently returned display at my library and looked cute so I picked it up to tryHonestly the only reason I finished this book is because it counted for a spot on my library's summer reading bingo card It's not bad all the way through and the premise is cute but for awhile there the main character just makes so many bad decisions that I put it down in embarrassment and disgust The end of the book picks up a bit but not enough for me to read the rest of the books in the series Spoiler alert for something completely obvious Libby is actually in love with her best guy friend not the dashing actor and he's in love right back with her Either a they end up together in the end which I already know or b they don't in which case I don't want to read it But the amount of secondhand embarrassment it would take to get there is than I can handleAlso IDK if they Americanized the US edition or what but Libby doesn't sound like any of the Brits I know I even Googled the author to see if they were actually British because the phrasing and words used were so odd sounding to my ear And I think I have a pretty decent ear listening to 35 hours of British radio almost every weekday and having a number of BFFs be Brits from all over the country It was weird


  10. Shuhada Ramli Shuhada Ramli says:

    Review I am still in the mood of the “International Women’s Day” so I chose this book to be one of my March reading list It’s uite a hilarious fun and witty storyline when the author brought in the legendary Diva Audrey Hepburn in the set Despite all the series of catastrophic situation in Libby Lomax’s life hurting and disturbing my feelings along the journey she was enjoying her life with the slight fun that comes and go which made me enjoy it too It could have been better if Libby is a bit wiser than she is in this book so that she could save herself from those embarrassments Nevertheless those embarrassing moments have made her journey worthTo be honest it’s uite a relaxing experience in reading this Just the right book I was looking for after the tiring days I am going to continue to read for the second book I came across to this recommendation in Goodreads where one of the reviewers said that “If you love Sophie Kinsella you are going to love it this too” Yes Yes Yes Absolutely trueThis review is from my point of view We may have different opinions Feel free to share if there is any


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