A NovelBook - 2003
Louise C. wants what Jackie O had ...
Unhappy with her looks, her life, and her empty marriage, Louise Canova needs help -- and she finds it in a secondhand bookstore. A forty-year-old encyclopedia of style titled Elegance, this slim volume by formidable French fashion expert Madame Dariaux promises to transform even the plainest of women into creatures of poise and grace. It is a fairy godmother in print, an A-to-Z manual with essential advice that Louise vows to take to heart. But within its pages lie not only clues from her past, but also powerful lessons for the future. And as the old Louise gives way to the stunning new, she's about to find out that there's more to every life than what appears on the surface ... and that everything, even elegance, has its price.
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Louise Canova finds a book called Elegance written by a French fashion expert Madame Dariaux. It is a guide to style that gives advice on husbands, friends, clothing and style and promises to turn plain women into graceful ones. Following the advice in the book Louise learns some surprising lessons.
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