Book Reviews of Hardly Working (Red Dress Ink)

Hardly Working (Red Dress Ink)
Hardly Working - Red Dress Ink
Author: Betsy Burke
ISBN-13: 9780373895427
ISBN-10: 0373895429
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 331
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Red Dress Ink
Book Type: Paperback
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I finished this one, but just barely. There was something about it that just bored me. I think it may have been the womens job and how much of it was involved in the book. Red Dress Ink books are usually predictable, which is fine. But they need to have interesting , funny, characters to carry the story. This one didn't.
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Typical chick lit by Red Dress Ink, a young career woman gets involved with an unlikely match from work. A fun book with an adventurous main character.
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CAUTION! Dangerous waters ahead! Dinah Nichols, PR chick for Green World International, knows how to spin a story. She has to, otherwise how else would rescuing loons get the media attention it deserves? But a visit from Higher Management guru Ian Trutch means she'll have to put some spin on the "fabulous work" she and the staff have been doing. Sure, her latest hobby of haranguing a cocky colleague is worthwhile, but it isn't part of GWI's mission statement or anything. So how to convince the higher-ups she and the others are working hard for their higher purpose? Hmm. Dating Trutch seemed the obvious move, but now she's not so sure he is what he says he is, and the office is turned upside down as acts of local ecoterrorism are suddenly on the rise, and Dinah's famed mother--a bona fide well-known Jacques Cousteau type--makes an unforgettable appearance, putting Dinah's entire career in jeopardy. Will Dinah navigate her eclectic crew to safety, or will they have to swim for it?