Is love really more important than lip gloss? Hannah Atkins - the girl most likely to be sporting streaky fake tan and a wobbly trail of liquid eyeliner - has bluffed her way into the position of beauty editor at "Gloss" magazine.
Just as she's carving a path into the gorgeous world of guerrilla air kisses, she reads about her boyfriend and another girl in the gossip pages of the local newspaper. Then she gets dumped. By text. Vowing to claw back some dignity and make her ex regret what he's done, Hannah adopts some hardcore rules - look fabulous, act fabulous, steer clear of unsuitable men.
But as her resolution starts to slip away, she finds herself having to decide on more important things than the perfect mascara.
The sassy and hilarious debut novel from a former Cosmo beauty editor, Air Kisses is the ultimate feel-good read about life, love and lipstick.
About the Author
Zoë Foster took off her WAG sash in 2009 after almost a decade in the world of football, and far too many pies and beers in the grandstands. She was the Beauty and Lifestyle Editor at Cosmopolitan magazine before becoming Beauty Director at Harper's BAZAAR.
Her first novel, Air Kisses, was published in 2008 and her dating book, Textbook Romance (written in conjunction with Hamish Blake) was published in 2009.
'The perfect accompaniment to a long flight or lazy Sunday afternoon cocktail' Grazia
Number Of Pages: 350
Published: 4th August 2009
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Dimensions (cm): 19.4 x 12.8 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 0.299