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A little Change of Face by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

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A little Change of Face
Lauren Baratz-Logsted

Red Dress Ink
July 2005
304 pages
ISBN: 0373895259
EAN: 9780373895250
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$12.95
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Contemporary Chick Lit

I need to change my life.

On the surface, it doesn't look too bad.

Great body, check. Pretty face, check. Job, check.

Chicken pox. Check.

Stuck in her Danbury, Connecticut condo in self-imposed exile until she's contagion-free, Scarlett Jane Stein keeps circling around to a passing comment her friend Pam made: how everything (read: men) comes to Scarlett just because she's attractive.

Is it true? All her life she's thought that she was fun to be around, that people liked her. Was it only because she was pretty (say it -- because she's got incredible breasts)? Or is Pam, tired of playing second fiddle, now playing her? All Scarlett knows is that she's never found the man she believes is out there, her One True Love. So maybe Scarlett needs to change things up.

So it's goodbye, Scarlett and hello, dowdier, schlumpier Lettie Shaw. And with her new look, new name, new home, and new job, is there a chance that Lettie-nee-Scarlett will find someone who loves her for who she is inside? Or has Scarlett's little change of face turned into the biggest mistake of her life?

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