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by Nancy Krulik

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ISBN:
0689867719
Author:
Nancy Krulik
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Simon Pulse (June 1, 2004)
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1998 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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471


If you purchased this book without a cover, you should be aware that this book is stolen property. And the name, the Beresford Arms, sounded very romantic, like a sophisticated New York version of an Italian pensione

If you purchased this book without a cover, you should be aware that this book is stolen property. It was reported as unsold and destroyed to the publisher, and neither the author nor the publisher has received any payment for this stripped book. And the name, the Beresford Arms, sounded very romantic, like a sophisticated New York version of an Italian pensione. Best of all, it was located at Forty-seventh Street and Tenth Avenue. Considering the Port Authority Bus Terminal was at Forty-second Street and Eighth Avenue, it couldn’t be far.

Ripped at the Seams book. Seeing as the backs of these Romantic Comedies usually provide too much or not accurate enough information, I try not to read them until I've read the book

Ripped at the Seams book. Seeing as the backs of these Romantic Comedies usually provide too much or not accurate enough information, I try not to read them until I've read the book. I did that with this one, and now see that the entire plot was on the back of the book. Only, for some odd reason, our heroine's hunk (Vin, for those of you wondering) on the front cover is NOT mentioned.

Ripped at the Seams (The Romantic Comedies). Enter the totally Hott, Vin. Now with a six pack like Nancy describes I've no idea how she could pass him up for Bruce. Yet when Bruce steals her designs she feels a little differently. Yet still can't seem to find the hottness of Vin irresistable. The combination of the main characters (Sami, Vin, and Rain) is a real up-lifting feeling. It'll put you in goos spirits and make you want to jump a plane to New York. Sami is an ambitious girl and I found her to be loveable. I found the book to be funny as well as romantic. I would kill to be in Sami's shoes. SHE'S GOT THE BEAT is a good mix of comedy, music, and romance. Miranda's different encounters with a few (very) different boys are funny and relateable at the same time. Miranda's different encounters with a few (very) different boys are funny and relateable at the same time series, and Royally Jacked.

Part of The Romantic Comedies. Nancy Krulik is the author of more than 150 books for children and young adults, including the New York Times best-seller Leonardo DiCaprio: A Biography. Her long list of biographies includes books about Hilary Duff, Raven, NSync's . Chasez, and the late TLC rapper Lisa Lopes.

Sami wished she could savor each moment, but she was so busy that she couldn’t take the time to commit all the excitement to memory. Her nights were spent with Franklin, attending fashion parties and high-profile charity events. Once or twice she’d even seen Ted Fromme at a few of the events

There's a new fashion designer in town, and "Fashion Don'ts" have never been more in style!

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Sami Granger is fresh off the bus from the Midwest when some crazy person in the bus terminal warns her that life in New York City won't be what she always dreamed o.

Sami Granger is fresh off the bus from the Midwest when some crazy person in the bus terminal warns her that life in New York City won't be what she always dreamed of. But Sami's determined to make it in an industry that is notoriously hard to break in to. Nothing she ever learned in her small town can prepare her for her first job working for a hot-shot designer: He steals her designs! Now the only place that will hire Sami is a trashy lingerie store that she's too embarrassed to tell her old-fashioned father about. Will a visit from her father land Sami on the catwalk, or out.

There's a new fashion designer in town, and "Fashion Don'ts" have never been more in style! Sami Granger is fresh off the bus from the Midwest when some crazy person in the bus terminal warns her that life in New York City won't be what she always dreamed of. But Sami's determined to make it in an industry that is notoriously hard to break in to. Nothing she ever learned in her small town can prepare her for her first job working for a hot-shot designer: He steals her designs! Now the only place that will hire Sami is a trashy lingerie store that she's too embarrassed to tell her old-fashioned father about. Will a visit from her father land Sami on the catwalk, or out on the sidewalk?
  • BoberMod
I've read this book so many times and I still absolutely love it! know I'll continue to read this :)
  • Mavegar
Review of: Ripped at the Seams

By: Andrea Barr

PART ONE: SUMMARY

Sammi Granger is a small-town girl from Elk Lake, Minnesota. As an aspiring clothes designer, Sammi takes a trip to New York, hoping to find a high-paying clothing design job. It turns out to be way harder than Sammi could have imagined. New York sends Sammi on an emotional roller coaster and changes her for good. She meets new people and has many new experiences as she learns the ways of the Big Apple. One day she gets a temporary job as a secretary of one of the huge clothing design names in New York. Sammi thinks this is her chance to make it big. Everything is going good for her: She has an apartment, a supermodel roommate, and a cute guy across the hallway. But soon everything goes downhill for Sammi as one of her Co-workers with connections, who promises Sammi fame and fortune, steals her designs and takes credit for them. Being determined, Sammi isn't down for long because soon she ties her new life together with old friends and takes New York by storm. At the end Sammi has finally put little Elk Lake on the map.

PART TWO: CHARACTER DESCRIPION AND RELATION

Sammi Granger, by the description of the book, looks like me but older and with darker hair. She is a bit gullible and naïve, but is still very determined and cheerful. Her personality is like mine in some ways, although she doesn't use much common sense. She is a very sweet person most of the time, and she believes in herself. Believing in herself, in the end, helped her get what she wanted and deserved.

PART THREE: MY OPINION OF THIS BOOK

I really love this book. It's funny and romantic with a sense of humor added. It teaches you to keep on going and believe in yourself even if you have made mistakes. I loved the way the story played out and the way it was written It is one of my favorite books, because it was interesting and I love romantic comedies. My favorite part was the end o the book, where Sammi has everything she had hoped for; Including the man of her dreams and a popular clothing line. This type of book is a good book, and I would recommend it only to a friend, not as a class read.
  • Bukus
Eighteen-year-old Sami Granger has left Elk Lake, Minnesota, the small town she has lived in her whole life, and moved to New York City to pursue her dream of becoming a fashion designer. But life in New York isn't exactly what she expected, and the only job she can get is working as a receptionist for a designer. Still, she hopes it will be a back way in - until a guy she thought she could trust steals her designs and claims them for his own. Now the only job she can get is at a trashy lingerie store - but it turns out to be a golden opportunity. Before she knows it, Sami is in demand as a nightgown designer. But the city has changed Sami, and she's not sure she likes the person she is becoming. And who is the right guy for her - Franklin, a famous fashion photographer, or dependable Vin, whose has always been there for her when she needed a friend?

I highly recommend this cute book to readers who enjoy teen romances. It's a really fun story and very enjoyable to read. Although the plot can be a bit predictable at times, it doesn't take away from the fun of reading about Sami's adventures as she tries to make her dreams come true.
  • Kardana
This book was about a girl(who just got out of college) from a small town in Minnesota. She moves to New York in the hope of becoming a fashion designer. Sami stays in a hotel for a couple of nights until there is a major crime there. She realizes she can't stay there and finds an apartment she can afford. Her roomate is named Rain G. and she is a fashion model.Rain introduces her to Vin- their next door neighboor.Sami finds a job at Ted Fromme's design company. There she mets a great guy named Bruce or so she thought. Bruce tells her he will show her designs to Ted Fromme. But Sami soon realizes that she was betrayed. Bruce showed Ted the designs but under his name. Sami quits her job and the only place she can find work is in a lingerie shop. She know her father wouldn't be proud but she needs the money to much. Sami realizes that she has a real problem. She will never be famous working at a lingerie shop. Sami begins to start designing nightgowns. People love them and she becomes famous. When she does a photography shoot for a magazine article she mets a guy named Franklin. She begins to date Franklin. Sami's pregant friend comes to see her along with her brother and dad.Her father isn't proud of her but Vin helps her get through it. The time with them was horibble but at the end she has her very own fashion show. It goes great and she realizes the the person she wants to be with was Vin all along. He was with her and he even helped her when her family was here. In the end, Sami realizes that she made a good desicion moving to New York.

I would reccomend this book to anyonoe who likes romance and accomplishment. Sami accomplished her goal of becoming a fashion designer and found love while doing it. I would also reccomend this book to teenaged girls because I am one and I loved it.