Saturday, January 12, 2008

The Interns: Fashionistas by Chloe Walsh

Four very different girls, Callie, Ava, Nadine, and Aynsley, have all landed a dream summer internship at Couture Magazine. All four are drastically different, but that is what makes the story click. Aynsley is the rich socialite who only got into the program because her mother is best friends with the editor. Nadine is a no mess Philly girl full of attitude and always up for a good party. Ava is the sweet quiet girl who's never had a boyfriend, and Callie is a designer in the making from Ohio, who is not too familiar with the city. The girls are thrown many a task, but nothing is too big for them. All summer long they compete with each other for the best assignment, summer love, and the glory.

For any fan of the Gossip Girl books this is a must read. Only one of the girls, Aynsley, is uber rich like the Gossip Girls, but the book has the same type of story line. The book was really cute and was a great read. If anyone has read A Girl Like Moi by Lisa Barham the interns are a lot like Imogene. The story ended with many questions left unanswered, the perfect set-up for the sequel which comes out mid-summer.
Interns Fashionistas doesn't come out until May, but keep your eyes posted here because I may have a contest soon and give it away!!


Chelsea said...

Nice review. I'm in the middle of reading this myself. And I was thinking of Gossip Girl while I was reading it, too! It has the same type of format and such.

Tasha said...

Hey, my name is Tasha, too! (even though this says Charley...) I just read this book as well. I'm not much of a teen series reader, but I had fun with this book. I didn't really understand the point of the Silver Fox, though? Ava was having an affair and then she dumped him? Is that it? End of story? Or did I miss something?

Tasha said...

I think that the Silver Fox's identity and purpose will be revealed in later books. I don't know why the author felt like she had to include the information that Ava was having an affair. O well, I still thought it was a really good book! Love how your name is Tasha too! I havn't many people with that name:)

Anonymous said...

I loved this book it was amazing i suggest it for people who love high fashion and know brands or else youd be lost they state a lot of brands and i love itt its the best book

Bookworm said...

I got this from Borders yesterday. It looks a bit shallow, but I'm still looking forward to reading it!


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