Saturday, 31 October 2015

My Favourite Things About Halloween

1. Food. One of the few days no one can judge you for eating too many trick or treat sweets

2. Costumes. Because when else can I dress up like a pumpkin?

3. Films. Paranomal Activity to Hocus Pocus, there's no better excuse than watching scary films all day on Halloween! 

4. Actually being scared. Sounds weird, but sometimes it's actually pretty fun to be scared! I love making people jump and the adreniline you get. 

5. Celebrations. I really enjoy seeing how other countries and cultures spend Halloween. Especially the New York Village Halloween Parade!

What's your favourite thing about Halloween?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Thursday, 29 October 2015

OOTD Mustard Roll Neck and Leather Skirt

OOTD Mustard Roll Neck and Leather Skirt Primark Zara Warehouse Clarks Fashion Bloggers Outfit

Top: Primark
Coat: Warehouse
Shoes: Clarks

There's just something about a roll neck that shouts 'autumn is hear!' and I love this version from Primark. As usual, it was one of my Primark lunch breaks that I spotted this roll neck and just had to pick it up. It's kind of similar to my hair colour but I love how it makes my hair look even brighter and vibrant. 

Paired with my favourite a-line leather skirt and shiny new shoes from Clarks, and I've got another work outfit for the winter. I never thought I'd be a leather skirt kind of person but it's definitely one of my best buys this season, and for only £25.99 it's an investment that'll last for a few more seasons. 

What do you think of this outfit? Are you on the roll neck trend? 

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Halloween Inspiration

Every year Halloween just seems to get bigger and bigger in celebrations. Shops bring out the decorations, sweets and costumes from the beginning of October and everyone starts planning their parties and trick-or-treating.

Of course the best place for any holiday inspiration are Pinterest and Youtube, so I've picked out a few of my favourite recipes, craft DIYs and tutorials. Enjoy!

Besides the obvious dressing up and Halloween outfits, I do love a Halloween themed food. There are so many creative recipes for Halloween, but this recipe from Party Ideas Craft Gossip is my favourite. So easy to make and tasty too, they really do look like pumpkins! Follow the recipe here.

Halloween Inspiration 2015 Food DIY Crafts Costumes Make Up Tutorial Pinterest Youtube

Second to decorating the house for Christmas, there's so much out there to deck the halls with cobwebs! All those old jam and chutney jars you've just got lying around? Wrap it up in orange tissue paper and you've got a pumpkin or try wrapping round a bandage or cotton wool for a mummy. Follow the DIY steps here.

Go for a classic cat, witch or pumpkin style, but sometimes the simplest of outfits are the best. I spotted this on Pinterest and just had to share it on here! All you'll need is a blue hoodie, black sunglasses and pen and paper for a Mean Girls-stylie Halloween outfit. See 15 Fun, Unique DIY Halloween Outfits.

Makeup Tutorial
For me, Pixiwoo have the best makeup tutorial, Halloween or other. This year I loved Nic's Harley Quinn tutorial, not only is it super fast but you don't need a ton of products either! Watch it here.

Where do you get your halloween inspiration from?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Saturday, 24 October 2015

Why are women paid less than men?

Feminism is a controversial word. I personally see it as two spectrums: on a mild and general agreement level to the proactive and full-on feminist. My stance is that feminism is the campaign in equal rights across both genders. Some argue it's too vague, but I think it's the core starting point.

How do you fancy working for free from Wednesday 4th November until the end of the year? Due to the pay gap between men and women, this is the startling fact that even 45 years on from the Equal Pay Act in the UK, women are still paid lower than men.

A few facts that stood out for me from the November Cosmopolitan issue:
  • For every £1 men earn, a female equal earns 80p.
  • 92% of secretaries of woman but only 7% are engineers.
  • The UK is 26 out of 142 countries in the global equality ranking.
  • A quarter of women earn less than the living wage
I studied the suffragette movement at A Level History and it's hard to imagine that even in a 21st century, with all those modern technology and advances, that we're still not able to solve the historic problem of the pay gap.

Prime Minister David Cameron vows to eliminate the pay gap "within a generation". Do I honestly believe that? I don't know. If it's taken 8 years for the pay gap to go from 17.4% to 9.4% in 2015 (due partially to men's wages actually reducing) then will I even see the pay gap closed in my lifetime? The UN predicts it will take another 70 years to close the pay gap worldwide... now 2085.

But these facts do show positive movements. Government initiatives to create jobs for women in STEM roles (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) have increased in funding and opportunities. As well as that, companies with more than 250 employees are obliged to publish the average pay of male and female employees over the next few months.

Personally, I think it is also a change of attitudes which also needs to be addressed. Perhaps the reason why there are more female receptionists and childcare assistants than male is because others believe the job to be too feminine and soft for men? And vice versa for a career in mechanics or computing.

What's your opinion on the pay gap? Do you believe we'll see it eradicated in our lifetime?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Thursday, 22 October 2015

A letter to myself when I'm feeling a bit rubbish...

Dear future Rhiannon,

Hi. It is weird talking to you from the past? A bit like those Back To The Future films when they accidentally bump into their past self or family member. Lets not get too freaked out about this and try to remember the point of this letter is to actually make you feel better.

Some days you're going to come home and think 'this has been the worst day in my life' but has it really been that bad?! It's one day out of 365 this year that you're never going to get back, so file it away into your 'rubbish day' bank and move on to the next day.

Maybe your train was delayed or cancelled, perhaps you made a big mistake at work or maybe you forgot to pack your ipod and you're left listening to the oversharers on the train. But in the grand scheme of things, this really isn't a bad day. You'll probably have even forgotten about it by the time you've read this post.

Don't forget how amazing your family and friends are - remember those times? Don't forget how hard you've worked to get the career you've only just started - remember your first day at college? Don't forget that everyone else has been or will be in the same position and feeling the same things are you are - remember your first interview? Don't forget that you're actually pretty cool, funny (okay, funny to laugh at sometimes...!) and actually a fab person, and I don't care if that sounds big headed - remember that okay?

Now just have a bath, get your favourite hair and face mask, settle down with a book and your favourite One Direction album and just relax - okay? It's one day out of a million, so don't let this day change the other 999,999 days in your life. "Worrying will never change the outcome."

Yours truly,

Tuesday, 20 October 2015


#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping Every Tuesday evening, there's a buzz of excitement inside me when I see a new issue of Stylist magazine handed out at Victoria Station. Seconds after I've sat down on the train for my journey home, I've opened Stylist and began by can't-take-my-eyes-off-the-page read

As Stylist has grown over the years with a loyal and dedicated following, the magazine has leaped from strength to strength to create its own event, #StylistLive. Four days of fashion, beauty, food, inspiring talks, shopping and so much more at the Business Design Centre in Islington - it was magical. 

#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping Stylist magazine really put their mark on the day. Everything was well time tabled (even if there were hour long queues for talks and Q&A's...) and there was literally something for everyone. If you fancied getting your nails down, Ford Fiesta were doing gel manicures in the colour of their latest car models, add some volume and shape with Aveda's 15 Minute Hair Fix or relax with a Pukka Tea along the top gallery. 

#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping
The Stylist magazine team were on hand to answer any questions or queries you might have about the magazine. I spoke to Chloe Sharp, who designs the magazine and also Shannon Peter, who is the beauty assistant for Stylist - both girls were so friendly and helpful with my 100x questions about the magazine! You also got the opportunity to design your own magazine and view the most famous designs from the magazine.

#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping

#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping
Next up we had tickets to the Beauty Blogging & Creating A Brand with Sam and Nic Chapman Pixiwoo & Real Techniques talk, and if you haven't seen them on youtube, click here then come back after watching their videos! Hands down my favourite beauty tutorials are from these guys. They seriously know their stuff, so watching Sam do a classic smoky eye look was a bucket-list-dream ticked off! They also did a Q&A and spoke about their journey and difficulties doing Youtube. 

Then just by chance I stumbled across Lily Pebbles and Vivianna Does Makeup doing a Q&A session then a few photos afterwards. Another favourite youtube duo, these girls are just so genuine and relatable that it was a surreal moment meeting them after watching them on my laptop for so long. Both took a few minutes to talk to everyone individually, which was really nice, and we spoke about fan girling, comfy Primark socks and my ASOS shoes! 

#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping
#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping
After sitting in on a few talks and browsing the shops, we took full advantage of the free beauty treatments on offer and got out nails painted and hair curled. We visited the Ford Fiesta stand and the lovely team from Jessica who painted our nails with their gel formula, which I can say is chip free a few days later! 

Then we went to the Aveda stall and spoke to a hair stylist about our hair needs. Mine can get quite dry at the ends and have a few flyaways on top, so they added a leave-in treatment and used a low heat to enhance my natural curls - excuse the odd smile, I had to take an image subtly!

#StylistLive Stylist Live Magazine Event London Beauty Fashion Shopping

And finally there was enough time to have a little photoshoot with the Stylist front covers. Who can say they're been on the front of a Stylist magazine?! 

Overall it was a really fab day and I'm so glad I booked tickets way back in June. Hopefully this will be a yearly event from Stylist magazine as they had some great speakers and guests with inspiring talks and advice.  

Did you go to #StylistLive?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Sunday, 18 October 2015

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015

Usually I'm not one for the beauty boxes. I've tried various ones but always end up with products I either don't like or won't ever use. Thankfully The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 has a ton of products that I will use and ones that I'd never even think about trying before - but I guess that's why these beauty boxes work so well!

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

Originally when I saw this was included in the box, I was intrigued to see whether it would actually work with my skin. I do find these 'Sleeping Creams' and 'Sleeping Masks' a little bit gimicky, but I do love the texture of them! Almost like soft playdo, it melts into my skin like a dream and doesn't like it feeling sticky. It has a fab refreshing fruity smell and actually makes my skin look less tired and rundown the morning after!

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

I can't say too much about this as I've only used a few times, out of the fear of waking up with a bright orange face to match my hair. It has an odd smell which I can't quite put my finger on - ginger maybe?!

I just use this after my normal night time moisturiser, using a bean sized amount all across my face and making sure it's even (I don't quite fancy those streaky marks...) Saying that, the colour is very subtle which suits me just fine! There is a slight colour which is very natural and creates a healthy colour instead of my usual yellow and tried shade!

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

Now I've heard of masks for after using shampoo, but never before using shampoo. Simply wet your hair, add a good amount into the hair then cover with a plastic cap for 10-20 minutes before washing off. Personally I thought it was a lot of faff at first, then after blow-drying my hair I realise why people rave about it. My hair was so soft that it was almost an excuse to brush it again so I could just run my hands through its silkyness - is that weird?!

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

Mini makeup? As if I could resist. Eyeko have been on my 'to try' list for sometime now, as it's a brand I've seen many people raving about before. As the name suggests, it adds a bloomin' good curl to my lashes (even without eyelash curlers) and doesn't end up all clumpy. Only downside is that it can transfer and drop after 6+ hours but that doesn't bother me too much. I also love the packaging because the squeezy tube means you can get all the little bits out without wasting any!

Again, I thought this would be slightly gimicky but turns out this base coat beats all the others I've tried. Glides on super easy, even with a smallish brush and doesn't budge! Fab thing is when taking off my nail polish, it hasn't stained my nails!

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

Speaking of amazing nail polish brushes... the Rita Ora collection for Rimmel London do the perfect size brush for my nails (not too big and not too small!) The colour is a sugary pink, which is quite refreshing to break up from the dark navy and burgundy I wear during the autumn and winter. In terms of chipping, it doesn't last long without a top coat but can get me through the week with no major nail catastrophe.

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata

The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 Beauty review Garnier Rimmel London Eyeko NailsInc Philip Kingsley Kiko Vita Liberata  

I thought I'd combine these two, as I've swatched them together and this post is getting fairly long! Red lipstick isn't usually my safe territory, but to get into the festive season (I can officially talk about it now!) I've been trying it out. At first I didn't wear a lip liner, but soon realised my mistake. It packs an amazing colour in just one swipe and smells sweet of iced buns! Colour pay off is fab and I can't really fault it. 

Another scary colour is the Kiko Stick Blush. Anything that makes my life easier and quicker in the mornings gets a big thumbs up from me. I just dab this onto my cheeks, blend it in with my fingers and volia I am ready! You do have to be really gently with this blush, otherwise you can come out looking like a blushing Barbie Doll.

There's still a few available for just £18.99, worth £92.87! Shop here.

Have you tried The Glamour Beauty Power List 2015 box? What's your favourite product?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Saturday, 17 October 2015

BBC Tours Experience

BBC News Tours London

It's not every day you get to experience where national and international news is created for millions of people around the world to watch. But last weekend I headed up to the BBC Broadcasting House, near Oxford Circus Station, for a tour of the famous BBC studios.

We won the tickets in a raffle prize a few months back and being a trained journalist, I couldn't wait to get into the studios! Tickets are £15 each for an adult, which I think is a bargain compared to most London attractions, and the tour lasts for an hour and a half. It's not just the London studios who hold tours, but also Birmingham, Norwich, Cymru Wales and Northern Ireland to name a few!

There's 8 floors in the new BBC headquarters, 5 on ground level and 3 studios in the basement below. The BBC News is filmed on the ground floor, and you can just see the round studio on the right hand side of the image. It was quite as it was a Saturday on the day we went, but there's over 2,000 journalists working in this building each week, with the total staff amount at over 6,000. Wouldn't want to be in the canteen queue when they all come...

If you guys watch The One Show, the studio is actually tiny! Like there's enough room to swing a cat, but perhaps not a cow. Apparently it's all to do with the wide framed cameras and clever positioning which makes you think it is bigger than it actually is. Pretty cool to know that Joey from Friends has sat in the same seat I did!

The tour took us through a lot of different studios, we had a go at announcing the news and the weather - so much fun! Then had a go at recording a few BBC plays and creating the sound affects for them. We were shown where a few of the radio stations are played out, but we couldn't take photos in a lot of them which was annoying!

Obligatory photo opportunities of course...  

Overall I had a great time at the BBC Tours. The guides were fantastic and really made everyone get involved and interact and I'd definitely recommend it if you're interested in the media and news.

For more information on the BB Tours, please visit their website here

Have you visited the BBC studios before? 

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Thursday, 15 October 2015

OOTD: A-Line Skirt Fave and a Weather Ramble

 OOTD Fashion Blogger Statement Jumper A-Line Skirt Skater Shoes Topshop Primark ASOS F&F

OOTD Fashion Blogger Statement Jumper A-Line Skirt Skater Shoes Topshop Primark ASOS F&F

Jacket: Primark
Jumper: F&F
Skirt and Shoes: Topshop

It's reached that time of year now when you're stuck in a styling rut. Not exactly cold enough for the full on eskimo coat but you might just be able to get away with a denim jacket if the sun is out *praying emoji* It might sound really uncool, but one of the first things I check on my phone in the mornings is the weather, then plan my outfit around that. If the weather isn't great, then it'll be boots, jeans and a jumper - in fact, that'll be my uniform for most of the winter!!

Possibly my best fashion discovery of the year is a-line skirts. Who knew they would be so versatile and actually suit my boyish-with-no-curves shape?! I picked up a leather version from Zara, which you can see in this OOTD, and I know I'll be getting a lot of wear out of this seaon. For work I'll either add a smart shirt or statement sweatshirt like above, then throw on a pair of pumps or boots depending on the weather (see, it really does matter in the UK!)  

How much does the weather affect what you're wearing?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Book Review: Beauty by Louise Mensch

If you've been a regular reader for a while now, you may have noticed my addiction with any book related to New York. I don't know what it is about the city, but for me New York is young, vibrant and full of opportunites - which makes it a great setting for chic lit (ugh, hate that name!) books.

Dina Kane isn't loved by anyone except her brother. Her father works on a construction site and falls to his death and her mother refers to Dina as 'the mistake.' No college or future, Dina is determined to make her life in New York. After threatening her mum for money, she starts a life in New York, experiences a bad (and quite frankly pyscho) boyfriend but never stops working hard for her dreams. Someone is out to drag her down but she's ready and waiting for revenge.

It's girls kicking arse. That's probably why I like it so much, I hate any book with weak and feeble characters - like that's the only way women are supposed to be portrayed. Beauty has a dark side to it, murder, drugs, prostitution, the Mafia, are a few themes which arise throughout. But there's always something around the corner you just don't see coming.

Dina works tirelessy in beauty stores, selling and marketing products - so I'd totally recommend this to any beauty blogger. She spends about half a chaper talking through various products and their benefits and with a tag line Blend it. Scuplt it. Shape it. Use it... it's all about the beauty.

Have you read Beauty before?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Sunday, 11 October 2015

Instagram: 1D Concert, Autumn and The Coatagain

It's been a while since I've done an Instagram update, mainly because I've been cramming in so much since I got back from holiday there hasn't even been time to watch The Great British Bake Off properly (don't worry, I'm all caught up now!)

Instagram Lifestyle Post One Direction Concert London o2 September

 So it happened again. My sister and I managed to grab a few tickets to One Direction's last UK tour (for the foreseeable future...) Luckily we had an amazing view at the o2 and the band put a lot of effort into the show, considering this was their sixth and last night! Of course my favourites of Little White Lies and Stockholm Syndrome were played, as well as their new track, Drag Me Down. A highlight of my year!

On another adventure note, I visited the BBC last week! We won two tickets to attend the BBC Tours and spent our day in the One Show Studios, visiting radio stations and presenting the news and weather. Blog post on the day coming next week!

The coatagan is officially back now that the summer has gone. It's the perfect in between of going from a denim jacket to a full on ski coat when it turns really cold. The fabric is more cardigan than coat, but the shape still makes it smart enough for work. Full OOTD post here.

Instagram Lifestyle Post London Park Summer Sunshine

Aww, now isn't this a great shot? Usually I'm rubbish that those spur of the moment pictures, but I managed to dig out my phone just at the right time. Sunny days like this almost make autumn and winter bearable!

What's been your highlight this week?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Saturday, 10 October 2015

Beauty Brand Highlight: Korres

Only two years ago, I had never heard of a brand called Korres (and I still can't pronounce it properly!) but it has certainly changed my skincare routine. Beforehand I stuck to brands like Simple and Garnier for my skincare products or Soap & Glory for shower gel and MAC for makeup.

Korres is a Greek brand, started in the 1960s as the first homeopathic pharmacy in Greece. Using natural ingredients, science and research to create effective and eco-friendly products.

Korres Greek Beauty Brand Review Lip Butters CC Cream Shower Gel Cleanser Face Cream  

Korres sent me four Lip Butters and their Wild Rosie CC Cream back in July to review, of course all opinions are my own. Having only tried their skincare products, I was unsure of their makeup products but I was soon reassured after testing their lip butters and CC cream for a few weeks. 

Their Lip Butters provide a wash of colour - nothing too strong or wishy washy - and hydration throughout the day. These are hands down my favourite tinted lip balm, and there's a colour for every occasion! Protecting my skin whilst wearing makeup is my main task, so the added SPF 30 in the Wild Rose CC Cream ticked a major brownie point. It's light weight and colour correcting, with a slight floral scent. Perfect for those 'good skin'  and no-makeup-makeup days.

Full review here

Korres Greek Beauty Brand Review Lip Butters CC Cream Shower Gel Cleanser Face Cream


Along with the Lip Butters and CC Cream, Korres also sent along their latest bodycare collection: Water Lily. If you could smell this range, then you'd be transported straight to a fresh waterlily garden from first sniff. I also had the  Body Milk to match but used up every last bit of it last month! Not over drying, gently cleansing and refreshing shower gel for the mornings.

Full review here.


It's featured many times in my skincare related posts, but the White Tea Fluid Gel Cleanser is really something to try. It doesn't claim to do anything fancy, but give your a good old clean without leaving it dry and tight. This really helps to balance out my skin and calm any redness, which is why it's my daily cleanser.

The classic Wild Rose Cream was my first Korres products - along with the Brightening Mask and Eye Cream, and also Korres's first ever skincare product. It's light in texture but works deep into the skin to reveal brighter and healthier skin by the mornings.

Cleanser review here and Wild Rose Cream review here.  

Korres products are available on ASOS, Feel Unique, Look Fantastic and Debenhams to name a few!

Have you tried any Korres products before? What's your favourite?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

This post is not sponsored by Korres. Some products are PR samples, but as always, all opinions are owned, written and thought of by me!

Thursday, 8 October 2015

OOTD: Coatagain and Sweatshirt

Coat, Bag and Shirt: ASOS
Jumper: F&F
Jeans: Marks and Spencer
Shoes: New Look

As it really starts to get cold, I'm so ready for autumn and winter. All my summer bikinis, shorts and dresses have been put away for the season and out comes the fluffy jumpers, boots and coats. One of my favourite coats is this coat-again from ASOS. It's a cross between a coat and cardigan as it's all knitted and not lined inside, but in a coat shape! Perfect for when the mornings are chilly but the afternoons turn out warm and sunny. 

Usually I'm a tuck-your-shirt-in kinda gal, but I've been loving having the ends poke out of jumpers. Shirts are the easiest way to smarten up a jumper or sweatshirt, it turns them from casual to sharp and tailored items. Add on a embellished jumper and printed pumps and the outfit is complete. No need for jewellery as the jumper does all the talking. If I'm ever in a rush or 'there's nothing to wear!' moment, then a sweatshirt and shirt are my go-tos.

Have you got your autumn/winter wardrobe ready?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Current Favourite Reads

Lets face it, if there isn't a book in my hand then there's something seriously wrong. I've found a few reading gems over the past year - you know, the ones that you HAVE to read. Generally I don't read crime or thrillers (too many nightmares...) but I enjoy lighthearted books with a serious and meaningful undertone.

1. Summer At Shell Cottage by Lucy Diamond. The new author I've discovered this year - and I'm so pleased I did! Summer At Shell Cottage revolves around the Tarrant family's escape to the a seaside holiday in Devon. There's widow Olivia who discovers her husbands big secret, Freya who is struggling with work and family life and Harriet who's daughter and husband both have their fair share of secrets.... It's one of those 'I did not see that happening!' kind of books. Full book review here.

2.  Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.
Probablythe closest to a thriller or crime book, Rebecca tells the story of a lady's companion being whisked away by Max de Winter, a handsome widower, with a sudden marriage proposal. Returning to de Winter's home, Manderley, the character discovers that she doesn't quite know everything about Max.... Full book review here.

3. The Little Coffee Shop Of Kabul by Deborah Rodriguez.
On recommendation from my Mum, I picked up The Little Coffee Shop Of Kabul without much expectation. The story features five very different women from varied backgrounds to how they can work together to keep the little coffee shop in Kabul, Afghanistan alive in one of the most dangerous places in the world. Full book review here.

4. Beauty by Louise Mensch.
It's hard to believe where Dina Kane came from dragging herself up in poverty to living the lifestyle in Park Avenue, New York. But beauty is the key to her success, not matter who or what gets in her way, Dina Kane will get her revenge and glory. I've just finished reading this but I've got to say, I loved it! Review coming soon.

What's your current favourite book? Anything I should be reading?

Thanks for reading!
Rhiannon x

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