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Humor
Author: Sue Margolis
ISBN: 0440509238
Subcategory: Humor
Pages 288 pages
Publisher Delta (October 9, 2001)
Language English
Category: Humor
Rating: 4.4
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by Sue Margolis


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. If he always has the headache, why should you suffer? In the bestselling tradition of Bridget Jones's Diary comes this outrageous.

Spin Cycle tells a wickedly funny, shamelessly erotic story of lovers and liars, exes and children, parents and other strangers. This hip and hilarious new novel by the acclaimed author of Neurotica introduces a heroine who never loses her sense of humor and who discovers, somewhere between the rinse and spin cycles, that love - and laughter - can truly conquer all. Отзывы - Написать отзыв. Пользовательский отзыв - SaraRomanceLove - LibraryThing

Sue Margolis is the author of nine books, which have more than half a million copies in print from Bantam Dell. She lives in England, where she's at work on her next novel. Customers Also Bought Items By. Sophie Kinsella.

Sue Margolis is the author of nine books, which have more than half a million copies in print from Bantam Dell.

Rachel said vacantly, picking a tiny Mothercare Babygro up off the shelf and holding it in front of Shelley. Shelley looked at the Babygro and screwed up her nose ght. See if they do it in lime. Rachel groaned and put it down.

Rachel Katz has been making people laugh since the moment she could speak inSue Margolis‘s novel. She can even see the funny side when her husband leaves her for a cosmetics demonstrator. Deciding to turn her talent for comedy into a career, Rachel becomes a professional stand-up comedian. But breaking into the big time is tough, and with a mortgage and a ten-year-old child to support, Rachel has to spend her mornings cleaning the houses of the rich and famous to make ends meet. Somehow life lacks a certain spark.

Sue Margolis’s novels. Apocalipstick . Sexy British romp. Spin Cycle . This delightful novel is filled with more than a few big laughs. Booklist . A funny, sexy British romp. Margolis’s characters have a candor and self-deprecation that lead to furiously funny moments. A riotous, ribald escapade sure to leave readers chuckling to the very end of this saucy adventure. Margolis is able to keep the witty one-liners spraying like bullets. Library Journal . Warm-hearted relationship farce. a nourishing delight. Publishers Weekly . Margolis does a good job of keeping several balls in the air at once.

A novel about a jilted bride who's about to discover that not marrying the wrong man can sometimes lead you to the right one. When Tallulah gets jilted at the altar, she gets very drunk and starts making passes at the male wedding guests. She even propositions the caterer. But in the next few weeks, reality comes crashing down around her. Her difficult mother becomes more impossible than ever. Her lesbian sister starts trying to have a baby. Nana Ida gets busy matchmaking.

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Her husband left her for another ma. er boyfriend may be cheating  . Sue Margolis is the author of nine books, which have more than half a million copies in print from Bantam Dell. Sue worked as a reporter for the BBC, before leaving broadcasting to write her first novel. She lives in London with her journalist husband Jonathan. They have three grown up children. Sue’s hobbies include napping, constantly i Sue Margolis is the author of nine books, which have more than half a million copies in print from Bantam Dell.

Her husband left her for another man.Her boyfriend may be cheating.Her mother’s got a secret.Is everyone having great sex but Rachel?Lately, stand-up comic Rachel Katz’s life has begun to resemble a not-so-funny comedy routine — the kind where nobody laughs and everybody inches toward the door. It began when her husband cheated ... with another man. Now she’s raising a ten-year-old son who’s fixated on Barbra Streisand and wondering if her dentist boyfriend — who won’t stop flossing long enough to make love to her — is having an affair.Enter Matt Clapton, a wickedly sexy washing machine repairman who likes Rachel’s jokes and makes her feel like a woman for the first time in ages — maybe in her entire life. With her mother busy planning a wedding Rachel isn’t sure she wants, her son dead set on inviting Barbra to the reception, and the groom-to-be in South Africa, working on someone else’s oral hygiene, the question is: What’s she going to do about it? Especially when fame and fortune beckon in a comedy contest that could put her on the map ... and change her life forever.Spin Cycle tells a wickedly funny, shamelessly erotic story of lovers and liars, exes and children, parents and other strangers. This hip and hilarious new novel by the acclaimed author of Neurotica introduces a heroine who never loses her sense of humor and who discovers, somewhere between the rinse and spin cycles, that love — and laughter — can truly conquer all.
Wizer
This isn't the side-splitting laughter book I expected like her first book, Neurotica, but it is funny, sweet, erotic and just plainly delightful!!
Rachel, a struggling stand-up comedian, was in the midst of a so-so relationship with a dentist when she met Matt, the washing machine repairman. And the story takes off from there, with parents whom she suspects are swingers in their "old age," an ex-husband who left her for another man, a son who is wildly in love with Barbra Streisland, a comedy competition that soured because someone stole her material .... and falling in love with Matt. It is an entertaining love story ... one that will linger in your mind after reading it.
Sue Margolis is known for her racy books injected with British humor, and this book doesn't disappoint!! I can't wait to read more of her books!! She is one British author I am keeping on the top of my list. If it's a gray and rainy day outside, then I'll be sure to pick up one of her books ~~ she's entertaining enough to keep the blahs away for a few hours!
Ericaz
...that someone who writes really funny comedy should decide to include hard-core adult scenes in their novel.
hulk
This book is incredibly hilarious. I just don't want to ruin anything by giving up jokes or much plotline. Suffice to say that it's about a woman struggling to be a stand-up comic, while most of her life is much funnier than her routine (maybe Seinfeld if he was a woman in London and with a lot more sex). There is some light erotica in between, refreshing and humorous, without the euphemisms and emotional bla-bla you often see in traditional romance novels.
Shak
Wasn't my type of book -- couldn't get past the first few chapters. Also it was written by an European author and the book was written in their phrases, etc. which made it hard for me to read.
Kagalkree
Thought it was a cute read. I enjoyed her other novels and thought this was a sweet book as well
Siralune
For me it was extremely difficult to get into this book, or even finish it! There was no suspense, the story wasn’t there, and there was no development. In the end I had to skip some pages because it was just too boring. The author tries to include some mysteries to add something to the non-existent story, involving the parents of the protagonist and the designers she works for, but in the end they are not very plausible and somewhat irritating.
This book is predictable and not in a good way, it is not just the end the whole book has a flat line from start to finish.

DO NOT GO FUTHER IF YOU STILL WANT TO READ THE BOOK

An elderly respectable couple doing a sex-help video??? Interior designers that hate modern design and only like traditional (and tacky) décor??? These lame explanations truly annoyed me.
Plus when the main part of a story is a person cheating in a couple it really annoys me when the author makes the other party cheat as well so that everything is solved!! Not realistic… too easy… in this book the end of a two years relationships and engagement takes place in a few pages of respective pleasantries. Boring.
(Also not a “clean” Chick-Lit)
Jugore
When my life feels more stressful than usual, I often reach for some lightweight, screwball romantic fiction as a distraction. No Oprah-dysfunction-angst, no complicated plots, just some escapism and a couple of laughs. "Spin Cycle" didn't meet even my minimal expectations. The author managed to put together a more clever bedroom farce in "Neurotica," a previous book, and many of the same themes are recycled in "Spin Cycle" (spunky Jewish gal with high-maintenance mother, steady relationship going lukewarm in the bedroom, infidelity). Lead character Rachel is a London stand-up comic in a steady relationship with compulsively-clean dentist Adam, but when their sex life fizzles, she finds herself drawn to Matt, who has come to fix the washing machine. Will Rachel realize she is truly in love with the Maytag repairman? Will she win the stand-up comedian contest and prove to everyone that she can make a living doing what she loves?
Margolis tries so hard to be funny and hip and snarky, but her parade of one-liners is just no substitute for good writing. Her characters lack any depth and are stereotypes of themselves; the plot is held together by ridiculous and contrived coincidence; and the graphic sex scenes just seem a little too bodice-ripper for a book aiming for the urban hipster crowd. Scene after scene feels like it was intended for a Seinfeld-esque sitcom but ended up on the cutting room floor. For me, an insurmountable flaw in a book is self-consciousness; if the book doesn't engage me, make me care about the characters and make me care what happens to them, well, why bother? And that says it all about "Spin Cycle": why bother?