Tallulahland Despite the fact that Tallulah West has the desire and talent to succeed as a furniture designer she is determined not to pursue that path In fact she would rather do anything else than follow in he

  • Title: Tallulahland
  • Author: Lynn Messina
  • ISBN: 9780373250448
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback
  • Despite the fact that Tallulah West has the desire and talent to succeed as a furniture designer, she is determined not to pursue that path In fact, she would rather do anything else than follow in her father s footsteps Did we mention that he is America s most famous furniture designer Not only that, she hasn t really gotten on well with her father since her mother s dDespite the fact that Tallulah West has the desire and talent to succeed as a furniture designer, she is determined not to pursue that path In fact, she would rather do anything else than follow in her father s footsteps Did we mention that he is America s most famous furniture designer Not only that, she hasn t really gotten on well with her father since her mother s death four years ago So when Tallulah suddenly comes across a deed in her name to a plot of land left to her by her mother, she contemplates a different path altogether But can a girl from the big city settle in the country

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    About “Lynn Messina

    1. Lynn Messina says:

      Lynn Messina is author of ten novels, including the best selling Fashionistas, which has been translated into sixteen languages, and a series of Regency romance novels Her essays have appeared in Self, American Baby and the New York Times Modern Love column, and she s a regular contributor to the Times Motherlode blog She lives in New York City with her husband and sons.



    2 thoughts on “Tallulahland

    1. 'Tallulahland' by Lynn Messina is a chick-lit novel.Tallulah West is a 29-year-old aspiring furniture designer who lives in New York City. She's still struggling to cope with the death of her mother. Her father has recently remarried and Tallulah is upset with him for moving on so quickly.Tallulah's father is a famous designer and her dream is to follow in his footsteps and create her own furniture designs. In order to get revenge on him, she decided to settle as an assistant to Marcos Medici, t [...]

    2. I started this book 6 * before I finally was able to sink my teeth into it. The first few pages are a spoiled child's tirade over a father's choice to remarry and her selfish need to ask him at his wedding for funds to start a business she can't start on her own. Once I trudged through the first few pages though, the main character's underlying issues show a vulnerability with which we all can connect even if we have no idea about fashion, design, or families of notoriety.

    3. I thought the author was too busy trying to make up metaphors and deep, insightful writing to bother with a plot or character development. There was no real feeling, only an overly done description of feeling. It would've been a better story if I hadn't felt like the author was so pompous.

    4. Enjoyable, light entertainment. Tallulah was a bit whiny about her father & the Marcos thing was predictable, but it was very easy reading.

    5. Tallulahland was an instant favorite when I read it. Something about a character who finally gets over her personal hurdles and achieves her dreams really resonated with me.

    6. I liked this one and thought that Jason would have liked it with the design part of it but he wasn't interested, oddly enough.

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