False Advertising

False Advertising Helen always tried to be a good person She recycles obeys the water restrictions she is even polite to telemarketers as a mother wife daughter and nurse Helen is used to putting everyone s needs

False beauty in advertising and the pressure to look good From smoothing skin and erasing wrinkles to enlarging muscles and slimming waists, airbrushing, or photoshopping, men and women to so called perfection is the norm in advertising Red Bull Red Bull is an energy drink sold by Red Bull GmbH, an Austrian company created in .Red Bull has the highest market share of any energy drink in the world, with . billion cans sold in a year as of Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschitz was inspired by an existing energy drink named Krating Daeng, which was first introduced and sold in Thailand by Chaleo Yoovidhya.

  • Title: False Advertising
  • Author: Dianne Blacklock
  • ISBN: 3748
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Helen always tried to be a good person She recycles, obeys the water restrictions, she is even polite to telemarketers as a mother, wife, daughter and nurse, Helen is used to putting everyone s needs before her own But it only takes one momentary lapse of concentration to shatter her life forever.There was no momentary lapse for Gemma Her customary recklessness leavesHelen always tried to be a good person She recycles, obeys the water restrictions, she is even polite to telemarketers as a mother, wife, daughter and nurse, Helen is used to putting everyone s needs before her own But it only takes one momentary lapse of concentration to shatter her life forever.There was no momentary lapse for Gemma Her customary recklessness leaves her pregnant, alone and estranged from her family with her one promising advertising career in tatters.So when Gemma barges unceremoniously into Helen s life, things will never be the same again for either of them Two very different women who have one thing in common their lives have fallen short of their expectations But is fate offering them a second chance

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    1. How have I missed reading Dianne Blacklock's stories? Real people, real events, real life. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

    2. First of all, I have to say I really like Dianne Blacklock, but wow was I glad to finish this particular book. It's one of her earlier ones, so obviously she has improved a lot. There's nothing wrong with the writing, but I couldn't warm to either of the characters. Gemma may have been halfway interesting in her "wild" days, but here she's a soon-to-be-mum and a total bore. Helen isn't much more interesting. The romantic interests were obvious, and I could see pretty early on who would end up wi [...]

    3. This was the first book I read on a Kindle and the first book I read after having a baby! So it fulfilled my need for light, no-thinking-required entertainment for a sleep-deprived mother. Still, I would only give it two stars because it was very clichéd in the Mills and Boons style.

    4. Its no secret that I really enjoy Dianne Blacklock's books, and this is the last one that I hadn't yet read, was hoping a new one would be on the way soon, but I'm led to believe it is a little way off yet.I really loved this story, I love the way Dianne makes the characters be so real. I felt for Helen, the young widow who still believes she is married, and I loved Gemma and her family, her OTT mother and her sister. Dianne weaves an interesting plot in this book and I really believe it would m [...]

    5. If you want something easy to read this books is for you. It is interesting and easy to pick up and continue

    6. Loved this book. Gemma's character was a breath of fresh air. If only men like 'Myers' and Charlie really existed. Plus, Noah was cute!

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