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Billie, Lexie, Ella and Natalie are all 14 years old, living in the fashionable and hip Notting Hill Gate. They’re as different to each other as all four of Sex and City friends, but that’s what makes them such good friends. Lexie’s the sporty, practical tomboy, Ella’s ever-so-sligthly ditzy, but creative fashionista, with a heart of gold; Nat’s the witty, self-depracting hopeless romantic and Billie’s the resident musician and Lily Allen in the making Each of them have their own set of issues – whether it’s school, parents or boys…and support is there, every week at their weekly breakfast catch up in their favourite cafe. In this first book, Billie’ s narrative takes the lead, as she and her mum are at loggerheads over Billie’s growing obsession with her music and her curiosity over her dad -who she hasn’t seen since she was a baby. On top of that, the girls’ favourite cafe has been bought up by property developers and the hunt is on for a new venue! Fashion, fun and friendship sorround some familiar issues in this fresh new tween series.


I definitely enjoyed this and would recommend it to teen or pre-teen girls looking for a light read.
It was a really pleasant surprise to read such an engaging book by an author I'd never heard of before...would recommend it to teen or pre-teen grils
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