ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT by Stacey Ballis

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Stacey Ballis has turned into one of my favorite authors, and luckily there are several more books I haven’t read yet.

Lily Allen is a Chicago interior designer who lands her dream job on a fictitious (for now?!) Bravo reality show called “Swap/Meet.” The premise of the show is that a man and a woman get two rooms of their homes made over, then they each get a makeover themselves, culminating in a party with all their friends in hopes of finding dates. A sort of mishmash of way too many reality shows.

Lily has relationship issues but luckily her two best friends are always available to point out all her mistakes. And to push her into more productive relationships. But first she must suffer fling after fling until she finds her happy ending, avoiding backstabbing co-workers, producers from hell, and great sex with not so great guys.

All in all, a fast fun read for this Bravo fan. Hope Andy Cohen is reading too!

1/17 Stacy Alesi, AKA the BookBitch™

ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT by Stacey Ballis. Berkley (June 6, 2006). ISBN 978-0425209820. 304p.

4 Responses to ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT by Stacey Ballis

  1. I like premise. And remember, there is no such thing as “too many reality shows.”

  2. Mary says:

    I’ve read a couple of her books so I’ll add this to my To Read list.

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