Secrets of a Shoe Addict

Secrets of a Shoe Addict

Every woman has a secret. The question is: How far will she go to make sure it stays secret? Abbey Walsh never wanted anyone to find out about her shady past. After all, she's the wife of a minister now, living an exemplary life. That is, until someone shows up from her past with blackmail in mind . . . Tiffany Vanderslice Dreyer never dreamed that she'd find herself up to her new de Every woman has a secret. The question is: How far will she go to make sure it stays secret? Abbey...

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Title:Secrets of a Shoe Addict
Author:Beth Harbison
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Genres:Womens Fiction
ISBN:Secrets of a shoe addict
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:340 pages pages

Secrets of a Shoe Addict Reviews

  • Christa
    Aug 06, 2008
    I found this to be an enjoyable book. I liked it better than the previous one, Shoe Addicts Anonymous. This book featured one of the four main characters from the previous story, Sandra Vanderslice, and introduced three other lead female characters. As in the first book, all of the mai...
  • Ramona
    Jun 24, 2008
    Hilarious! Fast paced and fun! It is about a group of Moms who go to Vegas for their school's band tournament and get into financial trouble. They use some unorthadox method to earn money all the while working on their relationships with the men in their lives. I highly recommend it! :...
  • Laurie Armstrong
    Jun 18, 2008
    Three friends to to Vegas on a trip with their very young children. The children are in the band. They each run into their own financial demise and come home each owing around $10,000 and are too embarrassed to admit what they have done. One accidentally hired a male prostitute, one pu...
  • Leslie
    Aug 19, 2008
    Cute enough. Light, simple, fun. A little dirty at times, as they take jobs as phone sex operators (as told on the inside jacket - not a spoiler, don't worry!). But cute enough ...
  • Anika
    May 27, 2008
    I read this book in order to review it for Library Journal. If I hadn't had a deadline, I would have never finished it. It is a sequel and I'm just thankful I didn't have to read the first one. Fluff, sex, and more fluff. Worse, there was an attempt to be deep that fails miserably. ...
  • Cecily
    May 03, 2009
    This was a quick, somewhat entertaining read, but I wouldn't recommend it because of explicit and quite crude language. I saw this on the "recent release" table at the library, read the blurb, and thought it'd be a good read--probably having to something to do with shoes, which I happe...
  • Heather
    Jul 10, 2008
    Fabulous! I literally just finished this book and loved it. I think it was even better than the first, with great characters and a great story line! Definitely a summer must! ...
  • Mary
    Jun 14, 2008
    Definitely a fun read. Even more funny because I've been joking with friends lately about becoming a phone sex operator to supplement my income (or lack of) from getting no money from Len! Good book, definitely recommend it! ...
  • Sonia
    Jul 29, 2008
    The author does a great job building characters and story line, but I just didn't like the graphic descriptions of their jobs. However, I laughed so hard during the date with the ventriloquist and I'm always a sucker for a happy ending. ...
  • Marissa
    Aug 09, 2008
    It was a good story about women overcoming some obstacles. However, if anyone else is interested in reading this, I should warn you that it was more graphic than the first one. Overall, not my favorite and not as much talk about shoes as in the last one. ...
  • Brenda
    Jul 04, 2008
    At first I thought this book would be about the shoe club from Harbison's previous book, "Shoe Addicts Anonymous", yet the plot thickened with additional characters and page-turning twists that held my interest until the final page. A sheer delight! ...
  • Angela
    Sep 18, 2018
    It was okay. I finished it, so I guess that makes it not totally horrible. ...
  • Dana
    Aug 14, 2008
    This was a great book. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. When ever I picked up the book I didn't want to put it down. It is a quick read and you can really dive into the characters and understand how they are feeling. ...
  • Jenny
    Jul 06, 2009
    Such a fun read! It really made me want to be a sex phone operator for extra cash. Unfortunately my husband put the kabosh on that :) ...
  • Renee
    Jul 22, 2012
    I read Harbison's prior Shoe Addict book back in 2008 and enjoyed it. I hadn't seen anything from her since then, until noticing that a friend on Goodreads tagged Harbison's newest novel as "to-read." When I went on my library's website to request it I learned that Harbison had been qu...
  • Amara
    May 08, 2019
    Well...I should have read the summary more carefully maybe? I had to keep skipping because they ALL become 1-900 number operators in this. I totally shouldn't have even tried to read it. I hope the author can think of something new for the other books in the series because I like her d...
  • Melanie Cannon
    Jul 19, 2019
    In this contemporary romance follow-up to Shoe Addicts Anonymous , Beth Harbison introduces us to Sandra Vanderslice's adopted sister Tiffany and her PTA friends Abbey and Loreen. This installment sees Tiffany and her friends turning to Sandra to bail them out of their money woes and ...
  • Melissa
    Oct 11, 2017
    I really enjoyed the first book in this series. Unfortunately this is more like a 2 1/2 stars. I liked the premise, several women who need money and band together to earn it. I just wasn't a fan of the route they chose. Even that wouldn't have been so bad if it wasn't spelled out with ...
  • Erin Carr
    Aug 05, 2012
    Hilarious chick lit at its best! ...
  • Cyndi
    Apr 22, 2015
    This is a kinda cute book. Character development went well. ...
  • Eliabeth Hawthorne
    Nov 06, 2012
    Laughed? Check. Cried? Check. When you find yourself sitting in a parked car, unable to leave because the CD isn't at a stopping point, you know it's a 5 star read. Secrets of a Shoe Addict was one of the funniest books I've ever read, but as I'm sure you figured out from the sum...
  • Joyce Reynolds-Ward
    Sep 08, 2017
    Fluffy chick lit that worked well for a hot and smoky late summer evening. ...
  • Myrna
    Nov 30, 2018
    A great follow up to Shoe Addicts Anonymous as told by Sandra's sister and her group of friends! I enjoyed this more than the first book though the content did not have much about designer shoe addiction. It contained more adult content than I expected and the title/genre suggested but...
  • Karen
    Mar 19, 2019
    This is one of the worst books I have ever read! I am a shoe addict and that is why I picked it up to read. This is Not about shoes! It went straight into the recycle at my house. ...
  • Karissa Mann
    Nov 16, 2017
    This book was okay. I didn?t read the first Shoe Addict book, but decided to read this one, so I was caught off guard on their ?legal scheme? to raise money. I wasn?t too impressed. I just don?t like that type of behavior and how it portrays women as sex objects. I did love t...
  • Tiffany
    Aug 03, 2012
    After devouring Beth Harbison's first novel, Shoe Addicts Anonymous, I was excited to find Secrets of a Shoe Addict at the bookstore and quickly purchased it. This novel is good; but it's definitely not as good a read as the initial Shoe Addict book. Secrets starts off with three PT...
  • Ellie Contursi
    Sep 10, 2018
    Love this author! Glad I discovered her! On to the next one ...
  • Elizabeth Hesseltine
    Apr 24, 2018
    What fun read! Great female characters building friendships and getting through tough times together. ...
  • Rebecca
    Jun 01, 2018
    This book was cute, an easy fast chic lit read. 3 moms join their students on a band trip in Las Vegas, they quickly find themselves in a heap of trouble and hilarity ensues. I don't say this often, but a few parts had me laughing right out loud - which I really appreciated. If you ...
  • Maggie61
    Jul 20, 2013
    Just finished this "sequel" to Shoe addicts anonymous that I read so long ago I didn't even remember much of it. Anyhow, it didn't matter as this book can stand on its own. I love Beth Harrison's books. They are totally enjoyable, little bit of fluff but not too much with plenty of l...