Inner beauty wants out. Eighteen-year-old Becky Randle is an ordinary girl who receives an impossible offer. She meets Tom Kelly, the world's top designer, and he promises to create three dresses to transform her from a nothing-special girl into the Most Beautiful Woman Who Ever Lived. Becky thinks Tom is a lunatic, or that he's producing a hidden camera show called Worl'd Most Gullible Poor People. But she accepts, and she's remade as Rebecca. When Becky looks in the mirror, she sees herself - an awkward mess of split ends and cankles. But when anyone else looks at Becky, they see pure five-alarm hotness. Soon Rebecca is on the cover of Vogue and the new Hollywood darling. She then meets Prince Gregory, heir to the British throne, and everything starts to crumble. Because Rebecca aside, Becky loves him. But to love her back, Gregory would have to look past the blinding Rebecca to see the real girl inside. And for that, there's not enough magic in the world. A screamingly defiant, hugely naughty, and impossibly fun free fall past catwalks, red carpets, and even the halls of Bucking-ham Palace, Gorgeous does the imposssible: It makes you see yourself clearly for the first time. Advisory: Contains strong language.
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by Julie Paschkis
by Erica Silverman
by Jenny Han
by K.A. Nuzum
by Elizabeth Lenhard
by Clay Carmichael
by Paul Griffin
"Becky Randle, a plain Missouri girl, receives a mysterious offer of a plane trip to New York City and the opportunity to become the most beautiful woman in the world: Rebecca Randle. Becky's adventure takes her from Missouri to New York and then to London--where she nearly become a member of the royal family. Elizabeth Morton tackles the narration with aplomb, using accents to give a sense of place, especially in the aristocratic British accent of Prince Gregory and the Missouri drawl of Becky's best friend. Morton capably reveals Becky's uncertainty even while she imbues Rebecca's words with bravado. The well-paced reading moves from emotional scenes to comical ones with ease, drawing the listener into Becky's fairy-tale world. E.N. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"
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