Helene Zaharis's politician husband keeps her on a tight leash and cancels her credit cards as a way of controlling her. Lorna Rafferty is up to her eyeballs in debt and can't stop her addiction to Ebay. Sandra Vanderslice, battling agoraphobia, pays her shoe bills by working as a phone sex operator. And Jocelyn Bowen is a nanny for the family from hell (who barely knows a sole from a heel but who will do anything to get out of the house).
On Tuesday nights, these women meet to trade shoes, and, in the process, form friendships that will help them each triumph over their problems--from secret pasts to blackmail, bankrupcy, and dating. Funny, emotional, and powerful, Shoe Addicts Anonymous is the perfect read for any woman who has ever struggled to find the perfect fit.
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Clearly, things have to change, but Lorna, loathe to give up the sensual and emotional pleasure she gets from acquiring shoes, places an ad on “Gregslist” to meet other enthusiasts who share her size and are willing to trade shoes.| Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
Light and breezy as a pair of summer sandals, this chick lit about four very different women drawn into friendship by their shared love of fine footwear makes for perfect beach listening.Aug 27 2007 | Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
Arriving just in time for beach-read season, the effervescent hardcover fiction debut of cookbook author and romance novelist Harbison features four D.C.-area women who meet weekly to swap and chat about...Feb 19 2007 | Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
She also places a blurb on "Greg's List" inviting other women, specifically size 7 1/2 shoe addicts, to join her on Tuesday evenings to swap shoes, stories and secrets.Jan 23 2011 | Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
In a sort of sequel to Beth Harbison's '07 debut, Shoe Addicts Anonymous, suburban moms Tiffany, Abbey, and Loreen become adult-hotline operators to pay off debts from a trip to Vegas with their kids' school band.Jun 06 2008 | Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
After seeing a quirky bulletin on ''Gregslist.biz,'' four lonely D.C.-area women meet weekly to swap footwear in Beth Harbison’s Shoe Addicts Anonymous.Jun 15 2007 | Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
Harbison has the gift to lighten the circumstances and have us all laughing out loud when the four friends get together to solve their problems.Â SHOE ADDICTS ANONYMOUS is a must have book by entertaining must read author Beth Harbison!Jul 30 2007 | Read Full Review of Shoe Addicts Anonymous
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